Here you will find a selection of approved application examples from the field of “Cloud Transformation” from the past few years. Are you looking for more information? Just get in touch with us – our contact partners will be happy to answer your questions and talk to you.
The European standard for cloud offerings
The GAIA-X initiative has set itself the goal of creating a decentralized data infrastructure for the secure, open and sovereign use of data. Users of the GAIA-X standard can decide for themselves how and where data is applied and used within the data infrastructure. This enables cross-industry collaboration to create federated, interoperable services at the infrastructure level and makes data usage on cloud platforms traceable. Fraunhofer ISST is involved in various GAIA-X working groups and in the Technical Committee.
Cloud Data Hub
Cloud Data Hub in cooperation with Amazon Web Services (AWS) and BMW
The cooperation between BMW, AWS and Fraunhofer ISST makes it possible to work out requirements from the practice and to test developed prototypes in practical scenarios. In the use case supplied by BMW, data from the cloud data hub is made available via a connector and further developed with regard to requirements such as scalability and performance. This is where the expertise of AWS comes in to address these requirements with suitable cloud concepts.
SDaC: Smart Design and Construction in the building sector
The SDaC project aims to develop a platform for the use of artificial intelligence (AI) applications in the building sector. The SDaC platform will be cloud-native, based on a microservice architecture with Docker as the container technology, and organized via a Kubernetes cluster. SDaC is backed by a consortium of more than 40 projects partners from science and practice.
DKSR: Data Competence Center for Cities and Regions
The “Data Competence Center for Cities and Regions” (DKSR) enables cities and regions to use data to make living spaces more attractive, to achieve sustainability goals and to create added value for citizens. The digital platform relies on open source and includes components such as the DIVA data catalog and data space connectors. Data hosting takes place on the Open Telekom Cloud (OTC) while maintaining the communal data sovereignty in Germany.
GEC Enterprise Lab
Enterprise Lab in cooperation with the German Edge Cloud (GEC)
The "GEC Enterprise Lab" establishes a long-term cooperation between GEC and Fraunhofer ISST. The aim is to develop innovative technologies and process innovations and to accompany their use as prototypes. The content focuses on the topics of autonomous edge cloud, data sovereignty on the entire GEC technology stack, immersive shop floor and real-time.