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Project Presentation and Web Portal
The deliverable D5.1 "Project Presentation and Web Portal" contains the project presentation and the project website. This comprises the main dissemination and exploitation channel for communicating and promoting the project.
Data Management Plan
The ACTiCLOUD Data Management Plan (DMP) describes what kind of data is generated or collected in the ACTiCLOUD project and outlines the Consortium’s policy regarding how this data will be curated, preserved and made accessible. The DMP is a “living” document that will evolve through the ACTiCLOUD project lifespan, in order to reflect both the evolution in the type and form of generated data sets as well as changes in the Consortium’s policies.
Deliverable D1.2 “ACTiCLOUD Architecture” reports the refined and final ACTiCLOUD architecture that comprises a set of core system components and the relevant APIs, based on the strategic objectives of the project that focus on improving cloud resource efficiency and enabling large, in-memory database applications on cloud offerings.
Distributed cloud resource manager v1.0
Deliverable D2.2 provides the initial version of ACTiCLOUD's cloud resource manager, named as ACTiManager. The deliverable consists of the software source code and its documentation.
Hyperscale JVM v1.0
Deliverable D3.2 provides the initial version of ACTiCLOUD's custom Java Virtual Machine implementation, named as Hyperscale JVM. The deliverable consists of the software source code and its documentation.
MonetDB ACTiCLOUD extensions v1.0
In this deliverable we present three extensions developed in the context of ACTiCLOUD to advance the columnar database MonetDB towards an ACTiCLOUD-enabled data center: i) MALCOM, an incremental memory footprint estimation tool for MonetDB; ii) MonetDBLite-Java, an embedded version of MonetDB for JVM; and iii) MonetDB’s support for distributed query processing. For each extension, we first describe its initial design and implementation; then we discuss some initial assessments of its functionality/performance; finally we make plans for future work.