mF2C 4th Newsletter – Winter 2018
mF2C delivers its 4th newsletter to share latest news about project achievements. mF2C aims to let a wide audience (academia, industry, scientific communities and general public) stay tuned of the project advances in the area of fog to cloud computing, sharing resources and allowing business scalability to improve the exploitation of existent infrastructures. This newsletter presents the progress made by the mF2C team to release the second iteration of the mF2C management framework.
- Review Results
- GDPR compliance
- Latest achievements
- mF2C at ICT 2018
- mF2C is Open Source!
Previous newsletters are also available in our website.
Last July mF2C has its first review meeting in order to show its first iteration (IT-1) results.
After an intensive and fruitful day where mF2C presented the results achieved in the first year and a half of the project, including the first version of the implemented architecture, the development of the use cases and the foreseen impact of the results. The Commission appreciated the advanced release of the framework and the work done until the moment.
In May 2018 the new regulation for data protection was enforced. It brought more control over personal data to individuals and must be accomplished by all businesses.
|mF2C will soon release its IT-2 architecture that will leverage all existing, and potentially available, resources from edge to cloud when executing a service.
One of the main objectives of IT-2 is to give support for clouds transparently for the end users.
Business requirements have been also taken into account in order to offer a solution that can cover market expectations and needs.
Final architecture will be soon released, and its implementation will start in order to provide a ready-to-use coordinated management framework.
mF2C at ICT 2018
|F2C project actively participated in DG Connect ICT 2018 in Wien. Apart from attending to the different sessions, mF2C had a dedicated booth where to show visitors latest results and use cases demos. Students from the American International School in Wien attended to an alive demonstration of the Emergency Use Case demo in order to see how mF2C provides additional capabilities to an existent IoT platform. Mr. Pearse O’Donohue, Future Networks Director, also visited mF2C booth to get more information about the project and its technical details.
|Latest mF2C Exploitation Workshop
mF2C and Uniserver projects organized and exploitation workshop in November 2018 with the aim of supporting exploitators on developing the appropriate business strategy.
mF2C value proposition and use cases approach was discussed during the session and valuable feedback was gathered in order to feed the exploitation roadmap already defined within the context of the project.
The workshop ended with a panel of entrepreneurs showing different ways of making sustainability a reality in the innovation landscape.
mF2C at Smart City Expo World Congress
Worldsensing, owner of the Emergency Situation Management use case of mF2C, showed the benefits brought by the project to its already commercial products.
First mF2C Workshop at IEEE/ACM UCC 2018
The aim of this first workshop was to act as a reference forum for discussing about hot fog topics, such as capacity, applications, security and modelling of simulations. Participants were very active and valuable feedback was collected.
mF2C is Open Source!
mF2C fully supports the open source software development and thus, any component update is periodically released in our GitHub repository.
All components are available in the repository. Furthermore, it contains a README file with all the necessary recipes and files to deploy mF2C in any device, including different methods and instructions to select the most suitable one depending on this device.
Licensing information per component is also available.
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