It is all about OpenTOSCA

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The development of the OpenTOSCA Research Prototype is partially funded by the following projects and the German government.

The DiStOPT Project aims to monitor distributed dynamic environments in a decentralized manner in order to adapt processes involving several participants and modeled in the form of choreographies automatically and globally at runtime.
The Rational Decomposition and Orchestration for Serverless Computing (RADON) Project aims to offer an advanced DevOps framework to help the European software industry to adopt serverless FaaS technology, while avoiding lock-in within a specific FaaS provider. The RADON framework consists of an integrated methodology and an open source toolchain, to define, evolve, and operate event-centric applications that consume serverless functions, allowing a high-degree of reuse and automation of functions, services and associated data pipelines.
The SustainLife Project aims to sustain living digital systems in the humanities.
The ADDCompliance Project aims to ensure compliance of architectural design decisions and implementations.
The Industrial Communication for Factories (IC4F) Project aims to develop secure, robust, and real-time capable communication solutions for the manufacturing industry.
The Service Platform for intelligently optimizing Applications in Production and Manufacturing (SePiA.Pro) Project aims to develop a service platform for intelligently optimizing applications in production and manufacturing.
The SmartOrchestra Project aims for the development of an open platform for automating the orchestration of cyber-physical applications based on TOSCA.

The Smart Service World is a technology programme launched by the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy, regarding internet-based business services.

The CloudCycle Project aims for the provisioning and management of portable cloud-services with guaranteed security and compliance throughout their complete lifecycle.
The MIGRATE! project aims to develop new methods for the targeted and systematic migration of current ICT systems to energy-efficient clouds.
The Trusted Cloud label identifies trusted cloud services in commerce, particularly for medium-sized companies and was initiated by the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy.