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Title: An Overview of Self-Adaptive Techniques for Microservice Architectures
Authors: Baylov, Krasimir
Dimov, Aleksandar
Keywords: Self-Adaptive Systems
Software Architecture
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
Citation: Serdica Journal of Computing, Vol. 11, No 2, (2017), 115p-136p
Abstract: Contemporary software systems are continuously growing in size and a large number of users need to deal with new class of problems - complexity and evolution. To overcome this, new technologies and methods in software engineering emerge. One of them is the architectural style of microservices. It tends to provide solutions, however it introduces additional complexity in terms of administration, detecting fault behavior and applying fxes. Self-adaptive systems address the problems of complexity and evolution by providing mechanisms that allow systems to respond to external environmental changes without human interaction. Currently, there is a lack of understanding on how microservices can utilize the notion of self-adaptiveness and in this paper we make an overview of the current solutions in the feld. ACM Computing Classifiation Sstem (1998): C.2.4, D.2.11.
ISSN: 1312-6555
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