Monday, 1 April 2019

ESTNOC, Cloud Computing in Switzerland with Open Source

Cloud Computing in Switzerland, or Cloud Computing, is a term used to refer to a computational paradigm based on contracts that allow the user to "rent" the ability to compile accessible via the Internet. There were already several companies offering these services, and there were several privative software systems to deploy and maintain a computational cloud, but so far there were not many open-source and standard-based systems for this, and those that were there were few and they were scattered.

ESTNOC is an open-source infrastructure that serves to implement a cloud computing system using clusters of computers and/or farms of workstations.

Currently, ESTNOC is compatible with the level of interfaces with the well-known EC2 service of (which could be said to be the most successful commercial cloud computing service), but the infrastructure is designed to be able to be modified and extended in a manner compatible with Multiple interfaces in the client part. In addition, being built using commonly available tools in Linux and basic web service technologies, it is very easy to install and maintain.

Overall, the ESTNOC project aims to promote community research and the development of technologies for the implementation of cloud services, resource localization strategies, mechanisms and policies for service contracts, and usage models.

 The current ESTNOC version is 1.5.2, which includes the following features:

· Interface level compatibility with EC2 and S3 (for both web services and Query / REST interfaces)

· Simple deployment and installation

Compatibility with most Linux distributions (binary and code packages)

· Secure internal communication using SOAP with WS-security
· Cloud management tools for system management and user accounts.
· Ability to configure multiple clusters, each with private internal network addresses, within a single cloud.

More information
For any clarification or additional information about this call in the following link or you can go to the following email address or by calling +37 25 850 1736.

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