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    Design your own service choreography.
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    The Choreography Platform for IoT-Enabled Applications

    Develop and run innovative distributed applications integrating services and things.

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    Breakthrough Technologies for the Internet of Services

     New technologies for dynamic and secure choreographies of services.

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    Creating Markets and Job Opportunities

     A project rooted in down-to-earth market trends and business opportunities.

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    Large-Scale Research and Innovation Project

     A major H2020 project carried by a powerful consortium of eight project partners.

IoT is not just about connecting and managing devices and the data they generate, it is also about integrating them with existing information systems. Creative ways of doing just this are being developed. Here is CHOReVOLUTION, a new IDRE for developing IoT-enabled applications. CHOReVOLUTION helps create value in sectors such as Smart Manufacturing, Smart Mobility, Smart City, Smart Retail, through distributed applications integrating things and services. CHOReVOLUTION leverages the latest in EU-funded research on service choreographies, execution middleware and cloud deployment from a consortium of eight European organisations.
inria_nikolaos_georgantas.jpg Nikolaos Georgantas, INRIA Researcher

An automated tool chain to facilitate the integration of heterogeneous systems into choreographies

The CHOReVOLUTION platform & methodology certainly adheres to the philosophy of DevOps / SecOps, as it enables managing the whole lifecycle of secure service choreographies in an agile way. It automates most of the tedious and error-prone stages of choreography building, from expressing business objectives to running finally composed systems.

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CHOReVOLUTION Workshop, 6 Dec. 2017, Paris


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