Project deliverable Open Access
Felipe Huici; Gino Carrozzo; Ioan Constantin; Stephen Parker; Jesús Martín; Gaylor Bosson
The goal of the EU-funded UNICORE project is to develop a common code-base and toolchain that will enable software developers to rapidly create secure, portable, scalable, high-performance solutions starting from existing applications. The key to this is to compile an application into very light-weight virtual machines – known as unikernels – where there is no traditional operating system, only the specific bits of operating system functionality that the application needs. The resulting unikernels can then be deployed
and run on standard high-volume servers or cloud computing infrastructure.
This deliverable defines the project’s data management plan. By and large, Unicore will not rely on any user or senstive data: where needed, tests will be run using already publicly available data sets or synthetic data; this deliverable explain, on a per use case basis, details regarding this. In addition, this deliverable details Unicore’s commitment to making most of its output, be it source code, presentations or scientific papers, publicly available.