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Cloud computing enables to deliver innovative services very agile and at world-scale. Even very small companies with access on first class cloud engineering knowledge can create exponential business growth. Companies like Instagram or Netflix proofed that impressively. But, operating cloud-native applications is extremely challenging and overburden...
All project results can be found here: https://cosa.fh-luebeck.de/en/cloud/projects/cloud-transit Current state of the art cloud based software services are often characterized by a highly implicit technological dependency on underlying hosting cloud infrastructures. The project Cloud TRANSIT investigates, how to design cloud based software services to reduce technological dependencies on underlying cloud infrastructures. By designing and developing a generic cloud service description language, it should be possible to define secure, transferable and elastic services of typical complexity being deployable to any IaaS cloud infrastructure. Furthermore, it should be possible to migrate these services from one private or public cloud infrastructure to another (not necessary compatible) cloud infrastructure. This kind of transferability reduces cloud infrastructure related technical vendor lock-in problems for small and medium sized enterprises.