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Tuesday, October 14 • 2:30pm - 3:20pm
The CloudScale Environment – An Engineering Framework for Building Scalable Cloud Applications - Jure Polutnik, XLAB

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Current cloud platforms provide limited support for customers in designing scalable and cost-
efficient applications. In this presentation, Jure Polutnik will show the use of the CloudScale Environment, an open-source solution oriented to tackle these problems by providing an engineering approach for building scalable cloud applications. Using a simple use-case, Jure will show how the CloudScale Environment can be used to improve the scalability and cost-efficiency of existing systems, how to use the tool during design time, and how to spot potential anti-patterns by analysing the source code or running automated tests on the deployed system.
The presentation will cover model extraction from the source code, enriching of the model with cloud-specific information, automated performance and scalability analysis, and evaluation of alternatives using usage-evaluations and qual

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Jure Polutnik

Software Engineer, XLAB
Jure Polutnik, software engineer and project manager at XLAB (http://www.xlab.si), works as the integration leader on the CloudScale project (http://www.cloudscale-project.eu). He is active in various fields of computer science, focusing on distributed and cloud computing, service oriented architectures and model-driven development. Always with an open mind on new topics, he explored interdisciplinary research opportunities and considered... Read More →


Tuesday October 14, 2014 2:30pm - 3:20pm
Room 15

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