About MiCADOscale

MiCADO is an auto-scaling framework for Docker applications. It supports autoscaling at two levels. At virtual machine (VM) level, a built-in Docker Swarm cluster is dynamically extended or reduced by adding/removing cloud virtual machines. At docker service level, the number of replicas implementing a Docker Service can be increased/decreased.

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About – COLA Project

Project COLA is an Innovation Action funded by the European Commission as part of the Horizon2020 Programme. The COLA project started in January 2017 and will last 30 months. The consortium includes 10 companies and 4 research organisations from 6 European countries, including the United Kingdom, Hungary, Sweden, Switzerland, Spain and Germany. The coordinator of the

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Project COLA was launched in January 2017 and will run until June 2019. Project COLA is an Innovation Action [project ID: 731574] supported by the European Commission’s HORIZON 2020 Programme. The main objective of COLA is to provide a reference implementation of a generic and pluggable framework that supports the optimal and secure deployment and

Automation of deployment processes What is “Infrastructure as Code”? IaC is a certain way to set up IT, it allows developers or operations teams to automatically manage and provision tech stacks for application trough software, for example MiCADOscale, instead of running manual process to configure discrete hardware and operating systems. Most of the time, IaCRead More →

ICT 2018 took place in Vienna on 4-6 December 2018. This research and innovation event focused on the European Union’s priorities in the digital transformation of society and industry. It presented an opportunity for the people involved in this transformation to share their experience and vision of Europe in the digital age. Prof. Tamas KissRead More →

MiCADO 0.6.1 has been officially released! MiCADO 0.6.1 is available through our GitHub repository. Please use our new and improved documentation service, to configure and deploy MiCADO accordingly to your needs. The new version of MiCADO fixes some raised issues, while adding new functionality to the framework. To review the differences, consider the release notesRead More →