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