The third PHYSICS project General Assembly meeting 

Apr 14, 2022 | Blog, Israel

The third PHYSICS project General Assembly meeting was held March 30-31, 2022 in the Ra’anana office. 

PHYSICS stands for oPtimized HYbrid Space-time servIce Continuum in faaS. The project’s goal is to enable application developers to design, implement, and deploy advanced function-as-a-service (FaaS) applications in the scope of advanced cloud application design environments, leveraging proven design patterns and existing libraries of cloud/FaaS components. The project began in January 2021 with 14 international partners and is scheduled to end in December 2023.

PHYSICS project participants

10 project participants from Belgium, Greece, Germany, Italy attended the March 2022 meeting, which was hosted by Red Hat in Israel. During the meeting, partners had the opportunity to participate in person or join virtually to discuss the overall progress of the project. The agenda included a project overview as well as a technical overview, including work packages related to QoS and orchestration mechanisms and trust; smart contracts and decision support mechanisms; and integration, pilots, and evaluation. The group also discussed planning the next steps of the project.

The meeting also included a well-attended happy hour to allow associates to meet and enjoy hummus and drinks with PHYSICS project partners.

To learn more about the PHYSICS project, visit the PHYSICS project page.

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