Monthly Archives: April 2021

Key concepts driving the innovative technological axes of the RAINBOW project: Fog/Edge Computing and Service Graph Topology Descriptions

Below you can read a blog post authored by K3Y and originally published at the RAINBOW website. Fog/Edge Computing In recent years, with the proliferation of the Internet of Things (IoT) and the wide penetration of wireless networks, the number of edge devices and the data generated  from the edge have been growing rapidly [1]. […]

SANCUS Project presentation in the H2020 European research projects on Cybersecurity – a showcase webinar

SANCUS was presented , by Nikolaos Tsampieris, INFITHEON Technologies in the H2020 European research projects on Cybersecurity – a showcase webinar on Monday the 29th of March. The webinar was part of a series of events organized by NSCR ‘ Demokritos’ – The Institute of Informatics & Telecommunications (ΙIT) to raise awareness about Cyber & […]

RAINBOW’s Techniques for the Requirements Elicitation

Techniques for the Requirements Elicitation Eliciting requirements is very important in product development lifecycle. As such, the requirements must be complete, clear, correct, and consistent as they are providing critical solutions to the business needs. International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA) published BABOK, a collection of standard business analysis practices which assists analysts develop an […]