The CORNET Program is a collaborative R&D program at European level specifically targetting Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs). In this blog, we illustrate how projects of this program and similar programs can successfully address SME needs through an iterative (...)
Appel UE - Matchmaking mid-caps and start-ups
An open source PaaS solution enables a developer to contribute and share his/her source code and his/her extensions with the community of developers. This kind of PaaS solutions allows users to have a well tailored PaaS to their requirements, and a good support from the open (...)
Based on the first part of this analysis, we propose to evaluate in this article the five PaaS solutions that we shortlisted (i.e. OpenShift Origin, Dokku, Deis, PaaSTA, and Flynn). To do this, we will install these solutions on the CETIC infrastructure and we will test (...)
Enterprises are increasingly in need of tools to effectively manage the volume and variety of data and the way to process them quickly. At CETIC we explore existing tools that provide solutions to this problem. We determine how their uses can be combined, and how to (...)
In the context of growing globalization, companies are increasingly dependent on their suppliers and subcontractors. The risks resulting from this evolution are currently poorly evaluated and managed.
As part of the project SimQRi, CETIC has developed a supplier risk (...)
Digitization is spreading in plants and along production lines. This trend is accompanied by a growing interest in data analysis.
The aim of the PRIMa-Q project is to propose a set of tools for a quantitative management of risks related to project management in small and medium enterprises. In order to learn about the current practices and needs, an online survey is now (...)
A clinical pathway is a multi-disciplinary view of the care process for a group of similar patients suffering from the same disease and with predictable evolution. While scheduling the care for a single patient is straightforward, scheduling the care for a group of patient, (...)
The management of procurement risks induced by suppliers and their impact on industrial processes chains is still arduously evaluated and handled by the companies today, in particular by SMEs. In the context of the CORNET SimQRi project, CETIC and the Institut Fraunhofer led (...)
OscaR is a software framework that includes the three major optimization engines that are commonly used in operational research, namely: constraint programming, constraint-based local search, and MIP. The goal of OscaR is to address industrial problems, by making these (...)
NweRIDE Consortium, NweRIDE Video on Pilot n°3, Ridesharing via Business Calendar, 2015.
The PaaSage project announces the publication of its first publicly available deliverable : Initial Requirements.
CETIC took part to the BonFIRE project’s first Open Call for experiments, one and a half year ago. Read more about our contribution to this project through the BonFIRE-ExSec experiment lead by our CETIC experts in Cloud Infrastructure Management.
Overall, the first two Open (...)
In the ComodIT project, every ways to boot virtual machines using OpenStack are tested. It happens that one of these methods is only available using VMs hypervised with XenServer. A documentation explains how to install and configure OpenStack in a Ubuntu DomU to control a (...)
The OLDES project, after peer review evaluation, has been selected as one of the 25 nominees for the IT @ NETWORKING AWARDS 2011 (IT @ 2011).
CETIC has joined the S-Cube Network of Excellence after successfully bidding for the Network’s call for Associate Membership.
Pr. Axel van Lamsweerde of Université catholique de Louvain (Belgium) has been awarded to decerned the highest software engineering distinction: the ACM SIGSOFT Outstanding Research Award.
CETIC has successfully bid a CoreGRID Research Exchange Programme proposal. Under the auspices of this REP award, Syed Naqvi of CETIC will visit the CYFRONET and AGH University of Science and Technology Krakow (Poland) for two weeks in April/May (...)
The Electronic System team developed a complete embedded platform based on an FPGA with a soft processor running Linux. The project codename is SAND, standing for Smart Adaptable Networking Device. This system offers strong prototyping capacities in various (...)
Syed Naqvi has joined CETIC for the first part of his coregrid fellowship. During 9 month from January 2006, he will work on studying requirements and design for a more secure GRID. He will then spend the following 9 month in CCLRC (UK) for the implementation (...)
CETIC has developed a general purpose FPGA board, which includes volatile memory (RAM), non-volatile memory (Flash), power and programmable input/output. This board is equipped with a programmable 32-bit processor, running (...)