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Title: Microservices Validation: Methodology and Implementation
Authors: Savchenko, D.
Radchenko, G.
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: Уральский федеральный университет
Citation: Savchenko D. Microservices Validation: Methodology and Implementation / D. Savchenko, G. Radchenko // Proceedings of the 1st Ural Workshop on Parallel, Distributed, and Cloud Computing for Young Scientists (Ural-PDC 2015). — Yekaterinburg, 2015. — P. 21-28. — (CEUR Workshop Proceedings ; vol. 1513).
Abstract: Due to the wide spread of cloud computing, arises actual question about architecture, design and implementation of cloud applications. The microservice model describes the design and development of loosely coupled cloud applications when computing resources are provided on the basis of automated IaaS and PaaS cloud platforms. Such applications consist of hundreds and thousands of service instances, so automated validation and testing of cloud applications developed on the basis of microservice model is a pressing issue. There are constantly developing new methods of testing both individual microservices and cloud applications at a whole. This article presents our vision of a framework for the validation of the microservice cloud applications, providing an integrated approach for the implementation of various testing methods of such applications, from basic unit tests to continuous stability testing.
Keywords: MICROSERVICES
ONTOLOGIES
CLOUD COMPUTING
VALIDATION
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10995/35996
Conference name: 1st Ural Workshop on Parallel, Distributed, and Cloud Computing for Young Scientists (Ural-PDC 2015)
Conference date: 17.11.2015
ISSN: 1613-0073
Origin: CEUR Workshop Proceedings. Vol. 1513 : Proceedings of the 1st Ural Workshop on Parallel, Distributed, and Cloud Computing for Young Scientists (Ural-PDC 2015). — Yekaterinburg, 2015
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