Francesc Lordan

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The advent of Cloud computing has given to researchers the ability to access resources that satisfy their growing needs, which could not be satisfied by traditional computing resources such as PCs and locally managed clusters. On the other side, such ability, has opened new challenges for the execution of their computational work and the managing of massive(More)
Recently cloud services have been evaluated by scientific communities as a viable solution to satisfy their computing needs, reducing the cost of ownership and operation to the minimum. The analysis on the adoption of the cloud computing model for eScience has identified several areas of improvement as federation management and interoper-ability between(More)
—While object-oriented programming (OOP) and parallelism originated as separate areas, there have been many attempts to bring those paradigms together. Few of them, though, meet the challenge of programming for parallel archi-tectures and distributed platforms: offering good development expressiveness while not hindering application performance. This work(More)
The rise of virtualized and distributed infrastructures has led to new challenges to accomplish the effective use of compute resources through the design and orchestration of distributed applications. As legacy, monolithic applications are replaced with service-oriented applications, questions arise about the steps to be taken in order to maximize the(More)
—The paper argues the need to provide novel methods and tools to support software developers aiming to optimise energy efficiency and minimise the carbon footprint resulting from designing, developing, deploying and running software in Clouds, while maintaining other quality aspects of software to adequate and agreed levels. A cloud architecture to support(More)
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