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The implementation of the blueprint and integration tests for the SODALITE platform stack


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SODALITE is member of the Heterogeneity Alliance

SODALITE is already part of this group of experts, challenged by the evolutions of software infrastructures to combine more and better all the existing technologies on cloud and edge to provide the industry with strong and efficient software programs.

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Here you can find all the code development of the SODALITE project.

The project aims to simplify modelling of application and infrastructure with a focus on performance of deployed applications.


The SODALITE value

  • Effectiveness

    increase, by means of optimisation, applications’ effectiveness, that is, the ratio between performance of abstracted and deployed application.

  • Flexibility

     flexibility means simplicity to deploy an application onto different compute targets (e.g., x86, arm, gpu, fpga) and with response times for actual deployment

  • Deployment Continuity

    enabling static optimisation of the so-abstracted applications onto specific infrastructures
  • Speed

    from the software providers perspective, reduce the times for software development, packaging, and deployment of applications requiring software-defined heterogeneous HPC.



In recent years, the global market has seen a tremendous rise in utility computing, which serves as the back-end for practically any new technology, methodology or advancement from healthcare to aerospace. As part of that market, however, many trends, such  as Industry 4.0 and Internet of Things (IoT), promise to push the resources of the EU off the rails if these trends’ requirements are not properly managed and supported by needed specific ICT software technology.

SODALITE vision is to support Digital Transformation of European Industry through increasing design and runtime effectiveness of software-defined infrastructures, to ensure high-performance execution over dynamic heterogeneous execution environments; increasing simplicity of modelling applications and infrastructures, to improve manageability, collaboration, and time to market. This  is achieved by providing application developers and infrastructure operators with tools that abstract their application and infrastructure requirements to  enable simpler and faster development, deployment, operation, and execution of heterogeneous applications reflecting diverse circumstances over heterogeneous, software-defined, high-performance, cloud infrastructures, with a particular focus on performance, quality, manageability, and reliability.


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This year 2020, our meetings seem to turn into virtual arrangements. This month of June, the General Assembly of the project SODALITE took place.
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This is the second webinar of SODALITE, this time the objective is showing the tools used to deploy and make it possible the solution to easy developers processes.
In this webinar, the main advantages of SODALITE will be outlined as well as its solution which aims to easy the way developers can deploy applications in HPC, Cloud and Edge complex context.

The External Advisory Board

An External Point of View

The scope of the EAB is to cover all aspects of the project, from technology development to market strategy and business modelling, to securing IPR and developing short to medium term postproject strategies.

Nicolas Ferry
Senior Research Scientist at SINTEF Digital Linkedin
SODALITE has the potential to deliver solid innovations, validated in large pilots, towards the deployment and operation of the next generation of applications that will run on heterogeneous HPC and Cloud resources.
Andreas Metzger
U. Duisburg-Essen
Head of Adaptive Systems and Big Data Applications at paluno; Deputy Secretary General at BDVA; NESSI SC Vice Chair Linkedin
The SODALITE outcomes are an impressive next step to facilitate efficiently deploying and operating complex, adaptive software across the whole compute continuum.
Mark Parsons
Professor at EPCC at The University of Edinburgh Linkedin