Frustrated with black-box computation? Constrained by the size of your experimentation cluster? Need to control the conditions of your application? Let BonFIRE help!
Following two successful Open Calls that have given academic researchers, developers and SMEs access to the Cloud infrastructures in BonFIRE, we launched the Open Access initiative to give more people the opportunity to get involved and test innovative ideas for free!
Please note that the Open Access initiative is currently not open!
BonFIRE provides access to a multi-site Cloud facility for applications, services and systems experimentation:
For more information about what BonFIRE offers, please see our services and infrastructure pages!
The Open Access initiative has already been hugely successful, supporting over 20 organisations in running novel experiments on BonFIRE to test software prototypes and validating multi-Cloud application scenarios! For example, see the video below for the TurboCloud experiment, which was conducted by two SMEs, RedZink and Cloudium Systems, utilising the controlled networking features in BonFIRE to validate and tune their products for new business models.
BonFIRE has previously funded innovative Cloud and Internet of Service experiments through two Open Calls. Each call had a particular focus and successful applicants became members of the BonFIRE consortium. For more information about these Open Calls, see the 1st Open Call Results and the 2nd Open Call Results.
To find out more about past and current experiment in BonFIRE see our experiments page!