As part of CloudWave's Feedback Driven Development (FDD), IBM is developing an advanced methodology for fuzz testing that leverages the power of static analysis combined with genetic mutation techniques.
CloudWave is an EU-funded research project that is enabling a next generation of cloud infrastructure operations and agile development for their hosted applications.
Our approach dynamically adapts cloud services to their environment, resulting in improved service quality and optimized resource use. This is supported with an enhanced cloud monitoring that provides holistic analytics of IaaS and SaaS layer services running on the cloud, leading to CloudWave’s innovative, automated adaptation of the infrastructure and application, as well as enabling DevOps-like data and interfaces for the developer.
What's New in CloudWave
Engaged in CloudWave project, Jürgen Cito (currently a PhD student at University of Zurich) together with Vincenzo Ferme (a Ph.D. candidate at the Università della Svizzera Italiana) have presented a tutorial on how to use Docker for reproducible science at the International Conference on Web Engineering in Lugano.
The CloudWave-funded paper "Towards Quality Gates in Continuous Delivery and Deployment” has received the Best Short Paper award at this year’s International Conference on Program Comprehension (ICPC). Gerald Schermann from CloudWave partner University of Zurich has presented the paper in Austin, TX.
IBM Haifa is introducing novel combinatorial coverage based metrics for deciding upon automated Cloud infrastructure adaptation. Our approach utilizes a Combinatorial Testing engine, traditionally used for testing at the development phase, in order to measure the load behavior of a system in production.
Net Futures is an event organized by European Commission and it aims at promoting ICT research and innovation in Europe, disseminating R&D projects, boosting the start-ups and entrepreneurial scene. The last edition of Net Futures was organized in Brussels on the 20th and 21st of April, 2016 and attracted around 1 000 participants.
Cloud Expo Europe (http://www.cloudexpoeurope.de), taken place during the 23rd and 24th of November in Frankfurt, was the chosen venue for a new showcase of the CloudWave project.
As a member of the Cluster on Software Engineering for Cloud Services and Applications, CloudWave was represented on the booth organized by the cluster.
CloudWave paper "Runtime Metric Meets Developer", authored by Jürgen Cito and colleagues at University of Zurich and SAP, has been getting a lot of notice around the web lately!
This week CloudWave is at Cloud Expo Europe in Frankfurt, organizing a booth showcase and stakeholder workshop in collaboration with the Software Engineering for Services and Applications cluster of EU-funded research.
The Second Workshop on Seamless Adaptive Multi-cloud Management of Service-based Applications took place on September 15th, 2015 in Taormina, co-located with the Fourth European Conference on Service-Oriented and Cloud Computing (ESOCC).