From a RAINBOW to the Horizon

Open Horizon One of the RAINBOW project’s goals is to influence fog and edge applications of the future. One of the many ways of achieving this, is contributing to frameworks that bear huge potential for production use. Open Horizon [1] is an open-source platform for managing containerized application deployments and machine learning on edge nodes. The main goal is managing the […]

3rd International Workshop on Cyber-Security Threats, Trust and Privacy Management in Software-defined and Virtualized Infrastructures (SecSoft)

Co-hosted at 7th IEEE International Conference on Network Softwarization (NetSoft2021) that will be held from June 28 to July 2, 2021 in Tokyo, Japan.IEEE NetSoft has been created as a flagship conference aiming at addressing “Softwarization” of networks and systemic trends concerning the convergence of Cloud Computing, Software-Defined Networking (SDN), and Network Function Virtualization (NFV). The main purpose of the […]

RAINBOW project will co-chair the 3rd Workshop on Cyber-Security Arms Race (CYSARM 2021 – #CYSARM21) in collaboration with ASSURED, PUZZLE and C4IIoT

RAINBOW Project (with the collaboration of ASSURED, PUZZLE and C4IIoT) is happy to announce that will co-chair the 3rd Workshop on Cyber-Security Arms Race (CYSARM) at a prestigious venue as the ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security (CCS, South Korea, Hybrid Event), on November 19th, 2021. Although CYSARM is at the early phases (this year marks the third edition […]

RAINBOW in REGAIN Data Week

The RAINBOW project was among the supporting projects of the REGAIN Data Week “Big Data as key driver for circular digital transformation” workshop hosted under BDVA DataWeek2021. During the workshop Data and Web Science Lab (Datalab) & Suite5 Data Intelligence Solutions highlighted the example of RAINBOW and the importance of EdgeComputing and FogComputing technologies acting as enablers for this transition. […]

RAINBOW’s 4th newsletter is now available

The Fourth issue of RAINBOW’s newsletter has just been published! Read it here and learn more about the mechanisms that RAINBOW provides to ensure security and trust for fog services. Also, check out RAINBOW attestation model & specification, and the collective attestation policy enablers of RAINBOW. In addition, take a look at the changes that have been made to our […]

RAINBOW 4th Plenary Meeting – Press release

28 May 2021 RAINBOW 4th Plenary Meeting The 4th Plenary Meeting of the RAINBOW project took place on 18-19th of May 2021. The event was carried out online and gathered together representatives of the 15 members of the RAINBOW consortium. The project coordinator, UBITECH Ltd, organized and supported the whole process during the 2-days meeting. In the meeting, all partners […]

Fog Orchestration Mechanisms: An Overview

1         State of the Art Many orchestrators assume that applications are executing in an environment with reliable nodes and fast network connections, e.g., a cloud. However, a fog typically consists of heterogeneous devices that have varying hardware capabilities and may move or fail without notice [1] [2]. Devices may range from drones with strict battery constraints, over smartphones, to small servers. Furthermore, […]

Key concepts driving the innovative technological axes of the RAINBOW project: Scalable trust establishment & attestation and Geo-distributed data processing

Scalable trust establishment and attestation RAINBOW will include the provision of secure, robust, and efficient run-time behavioural attestation and verification methods to check the internal state of an untrusted fog-based environment towards establishing its trustworthiness and privacy. The endmost goal is to establish “fog/edge node communities of trust”. To do so, RAINBOW will develop a trusted framework for attestation and […]

Key concepts driving the innovative technological axes of the RAINBOW project: Fog/Edge Computing and Service Graph Topology Descriptions

Fog/Edge Computing In recent years, with the proliferation of the Internet of Things (IoT) and the wide penetration of wireless networks, the number of edge devices and the data generated  from the edge have been growing rapidly [1]. Data mitigation is becoming a bottleneck constraining the cloud computing paradigm for delay-sensitive IoT services. Fog Computing promises lower response times for […]

Performance Comparison of Distributed Database Systems for Fog Analytics

One of the vital software components of RAINBOW is the Distributed Data Storage and Sharing Service. Its role is to provide persistent and in-memory data storage capabilities to nodes scattered across the fog continuum to ensure in-time access to recently collected monitoring data by collaborating entities (i.e., analytics, orchestration, routing). Data that are stored locally on fog nodes need to […]

Methodologies and techniques for extracting functional and non-functional requirements used for RAINBOW project

The intention behind the requirement elicitation, is to identify quality user requirements that can be implemented into software development projects. The requirements the engineering method follows ISO/IEC/IEEE 29148:2018 and describes two main processes or practices: Stakeholder Requirements Definition Process. The purpose here is to define the requirements for a system that can provide the services needed by users and other […]

Federated Cloud Reference Architecture Position Paper

The Future Cloud Cluster (FCC), a pan-European committee of experts in Cloud Computing, has released its new position paper entitled “Federated Cloud Reference Architecture”. With this paper, the FCC inputs to the European Commission its vision and rationale for realizing federated clouds comprised of multiple and heterogeneous cloud and edge computing layers, while also highlighting necessary building blocks and features. […]

RAINBOW’s 3rd newsletter is now available

The Third issue of RAINBOW’s newsletter has just been published! Read it here and learn more about the three use cases that RAINBOW will run to test and validate its fog computing platform. In addition, we can meet the esteemed members of our advisory board and also read about the new collaborations that RAINBOW has established. Do not neglect to […]

Technology axes of the emerging Fog Computing landscape

Technology axes of the emerging Fog Computing landscape With cloud computing becoming widely adopted, recent computing trends such as edge and fog computing have been introduced and gaining adoption as they fit better on cases where data is generated at “peripheral” devices. Edge computing is about the delivery of computing capabilities to the logical edges of a network in order […]

RAINBOW’s 2nd newsletter is now available

The Second issue of RAINBOW’s newsletter has just been published! Read here all about our research challenges, the RAINBOW technological axes, architecture, components, and the synergies RAINBOW has established with other projects. Do not forget to follow us on social media and subscribe to our newsletter!

1st Workshop on Dependability and Safety Emerging Cloud and Fog Systems (DeSECSys)

RAINBOW’s partners Technical University of Denmark and UBITECH are members of the organizing committee of the 1st Workshop on Dependability and Safety Emerging Cloud and Fog Systems (DeSECSys) that will take place in September 17-18, 2020, in Guildford, United Kingdom, co-located with the 25th European Symposium on Research in Computer Security (ESORICS 2020). Given that information security and privacy have already been established as some of […]

RAINBOW’s 1st newsletter is now available

The first issue of the  RAINBOW’s newsletter is now available! Read here all about our motivation and challenges, the mission and vision of RAINBOW, our stakeholders and the use cases we will use to validate our platform.   Do not forget to subscribe to our newsletter and get notified when new issues are available!

RAINBOW Stakeholder Survey

RAINBOW stakeholder survey! RAINBOW has created a stakeholder survey to collect the needs and requirements of the cloud community regarding edge & fog computing. For us it is really important to understand how the people that actually utilize the cloud in their business, provide and/or develop cloud-based services, are thinking. Whether you are a business executive or a developer (or both!) […]

RAINBOW 1st Plenary Meeting

RAINBOW project 1st Plenary Meeting! The 1st Plenary Meeting of RAINBOW took place on 26-27th of May 2020. The event was carried out online, and gathered together representatives of the 15 partners, effectively constructing a strong consortium! Special thanks to the Ubitech team for supporting the whole process! During the event, partners had the chance to present the progress of […]

RAINBOW project was kicked-off in Athens, Greece on February 2020

RAINBOW project was kicked off! The project has finally taken off in Athens during a two-day kick-off. The meeting of RAINBOW took place on 4-5th of February 2020 in Athens, Greece. The event was hosted by Ubitech, and gathered together representatives of the 15 partners, effectively constructing a strong consortium! Special thanks to the Ubitech team for hosting us! During […]

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