Myriads is a joint team with Inria, CNRS, University Rennes 1,  Insa Rennes, and ENS Rennes. It is part of Irisa (D1 department on large scale systems) and Inria Rennes – Bretagne Atlantique.

The objective of Myriads is to design and implement systems and environments for autonomous service and resource management in distributed virtualized infrastructures. The team tackles the challenges of dependable application execution and efficient resource management in the future Internet of Services. We contribute to cloud computing, green computing, and  autonomous systems and applications programming. We address various application domains including smart cities, smart grids, real-time augmented reality, hyper-local advertising, science.

Our main research directions are as follows:

  • Dependability & interoperability in clouds

    • Multi-datacenter and multi-cloud environments
    • SLA definition and enforcement
    • Application auto-scaling and self-adaptation
    • Self-adaptable monitoring for security in clouds
  • Edge clouds

    • Distributed clouds
    • Mobile cloud computing
    • Fog computing
  • Efficient resource management in clouds

    • Heterogeneous resource management
    • FPGA virtualization
  • Data management and processing in the cloud
    •   Elastic MapReduce over multiple clouds
    •   Elastic stream processing
    •   Privacy and cloud computing
    •   IoT and clouds
  • Green Computing
    • Energy-efficient cloud infrastructures
    • Exploitation of renewable energy in clouds
    • Energy saving in networks
  • Unconventional programming models for autonomous systems
    • Chemical programming model and runtime
    • Chemical workflow engine
  • Experimentation platforms
    • Grid’5000

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