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In this deliverable, we report on the implementation progress in the second year of the project, its culmination in the second prototype of the SODALITE platform, and the evaluation of the release through a combination of technical KPI assessment and validation by the project’s three demonstratin
The SODALITE Framework is the software system that includes all SODALITE stable components. This deliverable includes the description of the software that makes up the SODALITE stack, while the actual software is available through the GitHub SODALITE repository (https://github.com/SODALITE-EU).
This deliverable reports on the status of the development, at M24, of the SODALITE Runtime Layer and the integration of its components with the rest of the SODALITE platform. This is the second of three deliverables in this series, to be released annually during the project lifetime.
The purpose of this deliverable is to present the status of the IaC Management Layer at the end of the second year of the SODALITE project.
This deliverable is the continuation of deliverable D2.1 and provides the consolidated evolution of requirements, KPIs, evaluation plan and architecture over the second year.
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