"The federation of resources provided by institutions in both sides of the Atlantic and supported by the federation middleware developed and adapted by the EUBrazilCC team enabled the successful execution of the project's three very challenging uses cases. Moreover, the fact that RNP is considering the use of fogbow as a federation middleware for its cloud initiative will make it in many ways interoperable with the EGI FedCloud, giving a good prospect of sustainable collaborations between Brazilian and European researchers using these distributed infrastructures."
Francisco Brasileiro joined the Computing and Systems Department of UFCG in 1989, where now he is an Assistant Professor. He holds a PhD in Computer Science from the University of Newcastle upon Tyne (UK). Since 2002 he has been actively involved in grid and cloud computing projects, concerning both the development of distributed computing infrastructures (DCIs), as well as the use of these DCIs to support e-Science. Prof. Brasileiro has more than 15 years of experience in coordination of RD&I projects, including projects such as JiT Clouds, involving a large consortium.
He has also been actively involved in a number of EC co-funded projects, such as EELA, EELA2, GISELA, and DEGISCO. Prof. Brasileiro has provided consultancy in cloud computing for the elaboration of the “TI Maior” programme of the Brazilian Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation, and is currently a member of the Brazilian Inter-ministry Committee for Cloud Computing. He is author/co-author of more than 170 scientific papers published on journals and conference proceedings.
Professor Brasileiro is the Brazilian Coordinator of EUBrazil Cloud Connect project.