WP1 Case Studies – defines a set of use cases to generate more detailed requirements for the other five technical work packages (WP2, WP3, WP4, WP5 and WP6). The use cases will also be used to check the applicability and interoperability of our technical results across different domains. Details of the use cases are described in Appendix 1.
WP2 Methodology and Integration – This work package will be used as an integration point for the use cases and the technical work. It will also create a methodology for use of the technical results.
WP3 Recovery: Methods and Tools – This work package deal with the REMICS Recovery phase, focusing on the extraction of service components from legacy applications and information systems. Innovation resides on the multi-facet extraction (business rules…) to guarantee the renewing of the system towards its implementation in the cloud.
WP4 Migrate: Methods and Tools – This work package deal with the REMICS Migrate phase. It will focus on methods – design patters and transformations applied to architecture models in SoaML and PIM4Cloud for migration to service clouds platform.
WP5 Model Driven Interoperability for services – This work package will develop mediation modelling as an extension to SoaML, along with transformations for turning these models into executable mediation services.
WP6 Validate, Control and Supervise – This work package will develop methods and tools for applications validation at design and runtime. Model checking, model-based testing and Models@Runtime technologies will be enhanced and adopted for the REMICS context.
WP7 Standardisation, Dissemination and Exploitation – Deals with defining and executing standardisation, dissemination and exploitation plans so that the results of the project will be successfully adopted, both for the duration of the project and afterwards. The work package will use extra efforts in standardisation towards the OMG PIM4Cloud initiative and extensions to SoaML.
WP8 Project management – This work package is concerned with the management of the project as a whole and with the capacity of the management organisation to change orientations and priorities whenever required