Foggy – a platform for Fog Computing workload orchestration
Foggy is a software platform that effectively negotiates resources and orchestrates computational workload in a multi-tier, decentralised and heterogeneous fog computing environment. According to an embedded smart reasoning, Foggy computes whether the application components should be placed in an edge gateway, a cloudlet, or in the backend cloud. Foggy relies on Open Stack, Docker and Kubernetes.
NetStratos – Multi-Layer Application-Centric Transport Network Orchestration
NetStratos is a multi-layer network orchestrator based on the ONF ONOS framework that exposes an intent-based northbound interface to business applications through which these can communicate high-level needs (e.g. bandwidth, latency, availability, security, etc.) that are translated by an internal computation engine into optimized network configurations implemented by multiple southbound protocols.
Yamato – Optical Network control and slicing
Yamato is an optical network control plane providing an interface to the network operator to perform setup, teardown and monitoring of WDM, Flexi-grid and SDM connections. Yamato includes the unique functionality of creating and managing (by means of a GUI) optical networks slices, computing the most appropriate resource assignment for each tenant, and ensuring resiliency of tenant slices against network failures.