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Subject: Re: [tosca] Request For Information - TOSCA Implementations and Academic Papers

Hello Jeremy, all!!

I couldn’t speak out loud during the meeting since I was on the train but I commit to help however I can!! 

First, TOSCA implementations. As far as I know, the ones on the wiki are currently the major ones, certainly I would add OpenTOSCA from Frank Leymann and his group (see here: http://www.opentosca.org/) this is a basic Runtime for TOSCA-Based Cloud Applications. Also, I can mention CELAR, which is similar but provides an Eclipse-based (partial) implementation (see here: http://linc.ucy.ac.cy/CELAR/icwe2014/)

Second, academic papers. I would definitely link these below:

“Portable Cloud Services Using TOSCA” https://www.computer.org/csdl/mags/ic/2012/03/mic2012030080.pdf
“Finding available services in TOSCA-compliant clouds” http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0167642315002634
“Towards a model-driven design tool for big data architectures” http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=2896835
"Model-driven continuous deployment for quality DevOps” http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=2945417

there’s going to be more coming, even from our own TOSCA playground, I’ll let you know as more come through, stay tuned!



On 08 Sep 2016, at 19:47, Jeremy Hess <jeremy@gigaspaces.com> wrote:

Hi Everyone,

For all who joined the call today, you are now familiar with the TM&E's work on the TOSCA Wiki.

The first order of business is to get known TOSCA implementations on the wiki. This can then be used as a great tool to show how TOSCA is being used in the real world and growing. Please send your implementations with a one or two line explainer, along with a link, and I will happily post it.

Second, is the Academic Paper section. I am not very familiar yet with the formal papers out there on TOSCA. Please send any links to Academic Papers and I will add those to a new page.

If you have ideas for links or information that you think should be put on the homepage of the wiki, please let us know.


Damian Andrew Tamburri, Ph.D. 
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