Public Deliverables

Deliverable 2.1 – Initial requirements & baselines

This report presents the key methods and tools that will be made available to the RADON end users and the requirements and usage scenarios for the RADON tools comprising the respective framework and for the three industrial use case scenarios that will be developed to validate them.

Deliverable 2.1 – Companion Document

This ισs the companion document to the RADON Initial requirements and baselines deliverable (D2.1).

Deliverable 2.2 – Final requirements

This is the final version of the requirements for the RADON tools, following the evolution and changes of the initial specifications that were introduced in Deliverable D2.1, through a flexible DevOps methodology that takes into account the typical characteristics of a DevOps approach to software development.

Deliverable 2.2 – Companion Document

This is the companion document of D2.2. that offers a static snapshot of the project requirements listed in the RADON Github repositories.

Deliverable 2.3 – Architecture & integration plan I

This is the first version of the RADON technical architecture, a delineation of the RADON components integration plan and a preliminary outline of the testing approach that will be adopted by the consortium for the RADON framework integration.

Deliverable 2.4 – Architecture & integration plan II

This is the final version of the RADON technical architecture and integration plan, which outlines the functionalities of the RADON components that have been updated during the latest project period, along with their interactions.

Deliverable 2.6 – RADON integrated framework I

This deliverable presents the first release of the RADON integrated framework (alpha version) and it consists of an integrated methodology and an open source toolchain, to define, evolve, and operate event-centric applications that consume serverless functions.

Deliverable 3.2 – Decomposition Tool I

The decomposition tool aims to help RADON users in finding the optimal decomposition solution for an application based on the microservices architectural style and the serverless FaaS paradigm.

Deliverable 3.4 – Continuous testing tool I

This document presents the first version of the Continuous Testing Tool (CTT), which supports the definition of an extensible set of test cases and infrastructures in TOSCA models via RADON’s Graphical Modeling Tool (GMT), as well as the deployment and execution of the CTT-generated tests using the TOSCA orchestrator xOpera.

Deliverable 3.6 – Defect prediction tool I

This document describes the first version of the defect prediction tool, which focuses on Infrastructure-as-Code (IaC) correctness.

Deliverable 4.1 – Constraint Definition Language

This deliverable presents the RADON Constraint Definition Language (CDL) and its associated Verification Tool (VT).

Deliverable 4.3 – RADON Models I

This document presents an initial version of RADON modeling approach consisting of abstract and deployable entity modeling layers that comprise a set of abstract and technology-specific modeling constructs addressing the RADON modeling challenges.

Deliverable 4.3 – Companion Document

This document presents an initial version of RADON modeling approach consisting of abstract and deployable entity modeling layers that comprise a set of abstract and technology-specific modeling constructs addressing the RADON modeling challenges.

Deliverable 4.4 – RADON Models II

This document presents the second iteration of the RADON modeling profile that focuses on representation of serverless application topologies and data flows using a set of abstract and concrete modeling constructs defined using the TOSCA cloud modeling language.

Deliverable 4.4 – Companion Document

This is the companion document of the RADON Models II deliverable (D4.4), which lists definitions of reusable types to cover the reference application level technologies agreed upon the consortium.

Deliverable 4.5 – Graphical Modelling Tools

This document is the milestone version of the deliverable which presents the results of the Graphical Modeling Tool (GMT) development and draws the connections with the previous deliverables, namely D2.1 “Initial requirements and baselines” and D4.3 “RADON Models I”.

Deliverable 5.1 – Runtime Environment 1

The aim of this deliverable is to provide a technical overview of the RADON tools that comprise the Runtime Environment.

Deliverable 5.3 – Technology Library

This deliverable introduces the technology library core concepts for handling the reusable content in DevOps and the necessary abstractions defined in RADON and designed according to the user requirements.

Deliverable 5.5 – Data pipeline orchestration I

This document presents an insight view of the initial version of RADON data pipeline orchestration.