List of SLALOM Public Deliverables
- D2.1 – PU – First draft of the terms for discussion in the consensus groups
Draft of terms and conditions taking into consideration common legal requirements.
- D2.2 – PU – Final Legal Terms for adoption
Revised draft of terms and conditions in the light of the opinions/feedback of the consensus groups from all tracks (technical, cloud providers and cloud adopters) and the policy makers.
You can also access a simplified version that only includes the legal clauses facilitating users that want to adopt our model terms. And we also provide the word version allowing its direct use according to our creative commons license.
- D2.3 – PU – Report on Jurisprudence and case law
Draft of memo concerning how the project dealt with the main legal issues in accordance with applicable law and regulation and case law. Much of the work herein correlates to T2.1 and done in the initial months of the project and interim versions will be prepared and circulated as dissemination. This formal deliverable will include updates following the actual codification and consensus tasks.
- D3.1 – PU – Initial position paper
This deliverable will provide a position paper identifying the key scenarios being developed by the projects with an absolute emphasis on their bearing on, requirements of, and assumptions of cloud contracts and SLAs. This deliverable is the starting point for the codification of these aspects into the SLALOM terms.
- D3.2 – PU – SLA specification and reference model (a, b and c)
This deliverable will provide report of the SLA specification. Updated versions of the deliverable will integrate the outcomes of the interaction with the community. This deliverable will provide the envisioned common SLA reference model. Updated versions of the deliverable will integrate the outcomes of the interaction with the community.
The first SLA specification and reference model v1 (24 SEP 2015) is here
D3.3 SLA specification and reference model
The document is the second one in the series of three deliverables of the SLALOM project that aims at proposing a specification for cloud Service Level Agreements (SLAs). The proposed SLA specification refers to the core SLA document that incorporates metrics (as specific objectives or quality attributes), parameters, rules as well as potential dependencies between rules. A JSON schema of the proposed SLA specification is also included in the document (aiming to provide a machine-readable format of the SLALOM proposition) along with practical examples of the proposed approach.
- D3.5 – PU – Guidance on including SLALOM in research
This report serves as a guide to project coordinators, policymakers, exploitation managers and cloud research heads as to how to incorporate the reality of the legal framework – including the SLALOM terms – into the research in order to maximize the value of the research and its exploitation.
- D3.6 Final SLA specification and reference model
The current document is the third and final one in the series of three deliverables of the SLALOM project that aim at proposing a specification for Cloud Service Level Agreements (SLAs).
- D4.1 – PU – Initial position paper
This deliverable will provide a position paper identifying the key restraints, concerns, business objectives and opinions of the provider segment with respect to cloud contracts and SLAs.
- D4.2 – PU – Initial position paper
This report summarizes the actions taken towards cloud providers with respect to the incorporated legal terms of the SLALOM SLA model and the SLA technical model, and the results of these. This is a public version of this deliverable where non-disclosure information has been removed so that other initiatives can be benefit from the work performed and results achieved.
- D5.1 – PU – Initial position paper
This deliverable will provide a position paper identifying the key restraints, concerns, business objectives and opinions of the adopters with respect to cloud contracts and SLAs.
- D5.2 – PU – Cloud Adopters' adoption assessment
This report will summarize the feedback from the cloud adopters with respect to the incorporated legal terms of the SLALOM SLA model. The provided information will be anonymized, will serve as a critical document for moving forward in the post-project phase, and will offer insight to the ECP and other policy groups.