Hardware- and Network-Enhanced Software Systems for Cloud Computing
The HARNESS Project (2012-2015) developed a new generation of cloud computing platform that incorporates non-traditional and heterogeneous computational, networking and storage resources into the data centre stack to provide vastly increased performance at lower cost. The project demonstrated its results via extensions to OpenStack.
Take a look at what HARNESS will mean for a cloud user in the Mike’s Story video below. Find out more about these featured technologies.
Our code is on GitHub. You can view our demos here.
Prof. Alex Wolf, our project coordinator, gives a summary of the HARNESS project results at the ICS Cloud and Big Data conference, held at Frankfurt, Germany, on September 30, 2015. Interview by Ad Emmen, Primeur Magazine. Read the article here.
Mike’s story video, featuring HARNESS technologies such as aspect-oriented dataflow designs, heterogeneous computation resources, on-path data aggregation, configuration optimisations, and heterogeneous storage technologies. You can enable subtitles using the icon to the bottom right.