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Grant Agreement

N° FP7-318484

Ref. Ares(2015)5639418 - 07/12/2015

Title:

MODAClouds evaluation report – Final version

Authors:

Nicolas Ferry, Arnor Solberg (SINTEF), Pooyan Jamshidi, Rasha Osman, Weikun Wang (Imperial), Stepqn Seycek (BOC), Vanessa Gligor (Siemens), Roi Sucasa (ATOS), Antonin Abhervé (SOFTEAM)

Editor:

Nicolas Ferry (SINTEF)

Reviewers:

Daniel Pop (IeAT), Roman Sosa (ATOS)

Identifier:

Deliverable # D3.7.2

Nature:

Report

Version:

2

Date:

04 November 2015

Status:

Final

Diss. level:

Public

Executive Summary This report describes to which extent the MODAClouds tools and methods fulfil the requirements identified by the case studies and at WP level. The deliverable is based on the outcomes of the evaluation methodology developed in the Evaluation plan (D3.6), which is based on the Basili's Goal Question Metric (GQM) method and software testing techniques. The evaluation assesses one by one the goals defined in the Evaluation plan for each MODAClouds artefact. Compared to the initial Evaluation report, new goals and questions have been identified and evaluated by the case study partners and at the WP level. Finally, the MODAClouds main objectives and the Key Performance Indicators (KPI) as defined in the DoW are evaluated.

Copyright © 2015 by the MODAClouds consortium – All rights reserved. The research leading to these results has received funding from the European Community's Seventh Framework Programme [FP7/2007-2013] under grant agreement n° 318484 (MODAClouds).

MODAClouds MOdel-Driven Approach for design and execution of applications on multiple Clouds

Deliverable # D3.7.2

Members of the MODAClouds consortium: Politecnico di Milano

Italy

Stiftelsen Sintef

Norway

Institutul E-Austria Timisoara

Romania

Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine

United Kingdom

SOFTEAM

France

Siemens SRL

Romania

BOC Information Systems GMBH

Austria

Flexiant Limited

United Kingdom

ATOS Spain S.A.

Spain

CA Technologies Development Spain S.A.

Spain

Published MODAClouds documents These documents are all available from the project website located at http://www.modaclouds.eu/

Public final version 2.0, 04/11/2015

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MODAClouds MOdel-Driven Approach for design and execution of applications on multiple Clouds

Deliverable # D3.7.2

Contents CONTENTS  .........................................................................................................................................................  3   1  

INTRODUCTION  ......................................................................................................................................  5   1.1   1.2  

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CONTEXT  AND  OBJECTIVES  ..................................................................................................................................  5   STRUCTURE  OF  THE  DOCUMENT  .........................................................................................................................  5  

MODACLOUDS  SOFTWARE  ARTEFACTS  EVALUATION  ..............................................................  5   2.1   VENUES  4CLOUDS  .................................................................................................................................................  6   2.2   CREATOR  4CLOUDS  ...........................................................................................................................