Work Package 1 is concerned with project management including data management, conflict management, and coordination among partners.
Work Package 2 deals with dissemination and exploitation. It monitors the goals and progress with respect to these aspects.
Work Package 3 is concerned with the use cases including requirements analysis, use case adaptation, and validation of the platform against requirements and use case features.
Work Package 4 is focused on the definition and integration of the architecture of the RECAP system.
Work Package 5 is designed to provide a foundation for workload modelling (WP6), simulation (WP7) and application modelling (WP8), and its primary objective is to deliver the tools required for managing and refining the data needed for this work.
This work package provides models for decomposition, classification, and prediction of workloads; as well as models describing how load propagates in applications (i.e. between nodes in distributed systems, both in terms of paths and in terms of load vs performance trade-offs) and how applications as scaled to workloads (elasticity) and remediated when they deviate from desired application behaviour. The work package has the following main objectives:
Work Package 7 builds on the results from WPs4-6 and addresses modelling and simulation of infrastructure resources and their administration.
Work Package 8 is concerned with the integration of the technical work packages and the demonstration of results. This includes definition of the system architecture, provisioning of an integration strategy, supervision of test-cases for test-driven development, and release management of the project. In particular, this work package will provide releases for the use case partners that will be used for platform validation.