Occopus is a software framework that supports the deployment and configuration (orchestration) of distributed applications built for running on clouds. The collaborative components running on virtual machines form a virtual infrastructure that can run on one or more cloud systems. The currently supported most used cloud interfaces and clouds are: EC2 (Amazon, Opennebula), Nova (Openstack), CloudSigma, CloudBroker. Occopus can be used by developers and operators of applications and services implemented by virtual infrastructure. Occopus is an open source software.
- József Kovács, Péter Kacsuk: Occopus: a Multi-Cloud Orchestrator to Deploy and Manage complex scientific infrastructures, Journal of Grid Computing (2018) 16:19