Welcome to xOpera’s documentation!
The following documentation explains the usage of xOpera TOSCA orchestrator. Want to try it right away? Just go to Examples or follow the Table of Contents below.
Bat Nejc et. al.: xOpera - Get your orchestra(tor) pitch perfect
Carbonell, Maria: xOpera - an agile orchestrator
Cankar, Matija et. al.: Auto-scaling Using TOSCA Infrastructure as Code
Luzar, Anže et. al.: Examination and Comparison of TOSCA Orchestration Tools
You can contact the xOpera team by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The list of xOpera contributors:
- Contacts for projects where xOpera is being or has been used:
Matija Cankar (https://github.com/cankarm/): RADON and PIACERE
Dragan Radolović (https://github.com/dradX/): SODALITE
- xOpera orchestration tool core development team:
Anže Luzar (https://github.com/anzoman/)
Sašo Stanovnik (https://github.com/sstanovnik/)
Matej Artač (https://github.com/matejart/)
Alexander Maslennikov (https://github.com/alexmaslenn/)
- Former xOpera team members and xOpera developers:
Tadej Borovšak (https://github.com/tadeboro/)
This project is being developed by XLAB’s xOpera team.
This work is has been supported by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme (grant no. 825040, RADON).
The work described here has been conducted within the Research & Innovation action SODALITE (project no. 825480), started in February 2019, and co-funded by the European Commission under the Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) theme of the H2020 framework programme (H2020-ICT-16-2018: Software Technologies)
This work is being supported by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme (grant no. 101000162, PIACERE).