Initially proposed to interconnect computers worldwide, the Internet has significantly evolved to become in two decades a key element in almost all our activities. This (r)evolution mainly relies on the progress that has been achieved in computation and communication fields and that has led to the well-known and widely spread Cloud Computing paradigm. With the emergence of the Internet of Things (IoT), stakeholders expect a new revolution that will push, once again, the limits of the Internet, in particular by favouring the convergence between physical and virtual worlds. This convergence is about to be made possible thanks to the development of minimalist sensors as well as complex industrial physical machines that can be connected to the Internet through edge computing infrastructures. Among the obstacles to this new generation of Internet services is the development of a convenient and powerful framework that should allow operators, and devops, to manage the life-cycle of both the digital infrastructures and the applications deployed on top of these infrastructures, throughout the cloud to IoT continuum. In this keynote, Frédéric Desprez and his colleague Adrien Lebre presented research issues and provide preliminary answers to identify whether the challenges brought by this new paradigm is an evolution or a revolution for our community.