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Processes, Motivations, and Issues for Migrating to Microservices Architectures: An Empirical Investigation
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This paper identifies a process framework based on the comparison of three different migration processes adopted by the interviewed practitioners, together with the common motivations and issues that commonly take place during migrations. Expand
On the Definition of Microservice Bad Smells
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In order to identify a set of microservice-specific bad smells, researchers collected evidence of bad practices by interviewing 72 developers with experience in developing systems based on microservices and classified the bad practices into a catalog of 11 micro service- specific bad smells frequently considered harmful by practitioners. Expand
MVP Explained: A Systematic Mapping Study on the Definitions of Minimal Viable Product
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A positive improvement of the state of the art of MVP and the definition of Minimum is found, related to technical characteristics of the product as well as market and customer aspects. Expand
OpenBQR: a framework for the assessment of OSS
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The proposed method is expected to support the potential user in the evaluation and choice of OSS in a flexible way, taking into account all the aspects that are relevant to the user. Expand
Linked education: interlinking educational resources and the Web of data
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This paper describes a general approach to exploit the wealth of already existing TEL data on the Web by allowing its exposure as Linked Data and by taking into account automated enrichment and interlinking techniques to provide rich and well-interlinked data for the educational domain. Expand
Architectural Patterns for Microservices: A Systematic Mapping Study
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It is concluded that different architecture patterns emerge for different migration, orchestration, storage and deployment settings for a set of agreed principles. Expand
A Scalable Approach for Efficiently Generating Structured Dataset Topic Profiles
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This work proposes an approach for creating linked dataset profiles that generates accurate profiles even with comparably small sample sizes and outperforms established topic modelling approaches. Expand
How developers perceive smells in source code: A replicated study
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The results confirm the initial hypotheses that code smells are perceived as more critical in theory but not as critical in practice and show that developers are very concerned about code smells in theory, nearly always considering them as harmful or very harmful. Expand
From Monolithic Systems to Microservices: A Decomposition Framework based on Process Mining
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A 6-step framework to reduce the subjectivity of the decomposition process is proposed and validated, in an industrial project, by comparing the proposed decomposition options with the one proposed by the software architect that manually analyzed the system. Expand
A framework to support educational decision making in mobile learning
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A task-interaction framework to support education decision making in mobile learning based on the relationships between the different types of interactions occurring in a mobile learning activity and the tasks which are pedagogically relevant for the learning activity. Expand
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