The legal aspects of multi-cloud: DECIDEdly not unimportant! - Part 4 Other legal issues and Conclusions

In this fourth blog post, some of the remaining legal challenges are addressed and a conclusion is offered in regard to the current status of the project in M12 in legal terms.

Other legal issues

DECIDE – Making Multi Cloud Solutions Practical

Adopting Multi-Cloud solutions can be a difficult landscape to navigate. Politically there can be a reluctance to embrace changes, whether they are in processes or technology, and adopting new paradigms can generate operational challenges across the business.

The legal aspects of multi-cloud: DECIDEdly not unimportant! – Part 3 Controller and Processor Obligations and DECIDE’s role in this regard

This third blog post in the series of legal blog posts continues with the main assessment on GDPR for DECIDE: how does DECIDE interact with the legal obligations imposed by the GDPR. Without going into too much detail, this post tries to touch upon the most pressing matters of relevance.

Extra, extra! DECIDE Key Results first beta prototypes delivered!

The last 28th and 29th of November, all the DECIDE partners participated in the 4th General Assembly of DECIDE action. The two days duration meeting was held at AIMES premises in Liverpool. 

The legal aspects of multi-cloud: DECIDEdly not unimportant! Part 2 - GDPR Application

In this second blog post, arguably the main legal instruments relevant to DECIDE is addressed: the general data protection regulation (GDPR). The new European law on data protection is introduced and its application to the DECIDE project is clarified. The post continues to explain how the concepts of processor and controller can be mapped on the situation in DECIDE.

The legal aspects of multi-cloud: DECIDEdly not unimportant! Part 1 - The Sock Shop

As the DECIDE project is quickly taking shape, the consortium leaves no stone unturned to ensure that the project’s results can be exploited in a fast-paced production environment. One of the aspects that are being duly considered is the legal side of things.

Are we ready for the Multi-Cloud revolution?

The Multi-Cloud concept is part of the maelstrom of terms and technological trends that have arisen around the Cloud Computing in recent years: Cloud Brokerage, Cloud Orchestration, Cloud Bursting, etc.

DECIDE moves forward

We are nearing the end of the first project year, and DECIDE is progressing at a very good pace.

Work is focused on the definition of the general architecture for the different tools that are involved in the project, as well as for the framework that will orchestrate all these tools.


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