Cyclone moving into Amsterdam

23 May 2016

Members of the SixSq team will be in Amsterdam this week to participate in the H2020 Cyclone collaboration meeting. The CYCLONE project, part of the EU’s Horizon 2020 programme, is developing a solution for complete dynamic multi-cloud application management from existing, production-quality components. The solution will include automated application management, advanced networking, end-to-end security, and federated identity management. The project will validate and demonstrate the solution via real world applications, including bioinformatics and smart grid.

Participants at this week’s meeting will discuss, among other things, security infrastructure and use case requirements for authentication, authorisation and resource management.

The meeting will include a one-day workshop on SlipStream, SixSq’s application deployment platform, which is being used as the basis for automated application deployments and is being extended to include advanced networking and security features.

When? 24 to 26 May 2016

Where? Amsterdam Science Park, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Who? Interoute, QSC, SixSq, Technische Universität Berlin, University of Amsterdam, i2CAT, CNRS, the French Institute of Bioinformatics and LAL.

SixSq’s participation in the CYCLONE project is being supported by SEFRI

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For more information, please contact

Charles Loomis
SixSq CTO

cal@sixsq.com

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