MELODIC - multi-cloud management platform

How to get into Multicloud world?

MELODIC is cloud agnostic and optimized way to multicloud. It is multi-cloud management platform created within H2020 project with the same name. The MELODIC platform will enable and optimize data-intensive applications to run within defined security, cost, and performance boundaries seamlessly on geographically distributed and federated cloud infrastructures. Applications are modelled and deployed in cloud-agnostic manner. Optimization is done continuously using Reinforcement Learning algorithms. MELODIC is fully open-source, licensed under MPL.
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Key features

  • Automatic deployment of the application in the cloud
  • Ability optimally deploy an application based on its characteristics and defined utility
  • Support for major Big Data frameworks and data locality awareness
  • Secure platform by applying OAuth, ABAC and other state-of-the-art security technologies
  • Enterprise ready – Highly Available and Scalable
  • Fully open source, licensed under Mozilla Public License.

Added-Value for Enterprise

  • Unified and cloud agnostic modelling of applications and infrastructure
  • Optimization and migration of both applications and (big) data
  • Continuous selection and application of best deployment model determined based on its business value
  • High-level of platform security through the use of state-of-the-art security standards and technologies
  • Integration using ESB with BPM process orchestration – Enterprise level
  • Ability to use other cloud providers in case of lack of resources – flexibility
  • Ability to deploy applications in multiple clouds or across clouds

Optimization and automation

Use cases and success stories

Road traffic support

Melodic helps CE-Traffic calculate road traffic and people flow information.

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 731664.