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Cloud providers as well as cloud customers are obliged to comply with privacy regulations. In particular, these regulations prescribe compliance to geo-location policies that define at which geographical locations personal data may be stored or processed. However, cloud elasticity dynamically adapts computing resources to workload changes by replicating and(More)
Run-time models have been proven beneficial in the past for predicting upcoming quality flaws in cloud applications. Observation approaches relate measurements to executed code whereas prediction models oriented towards design components are commonly applied to reflect reconfigurations in the cloud. Levels of abstraction differ between code observations and(More)
—Predictive business process monitoring aims at forecasting potential problems during process execution before they occur so that these problems can be handled proactively. Several predictive monitoring techniques have been proposed in the past. However, so far those prediction techniques have been assessed only independently from each other, making it hard(More)
Providing applications in stipulated qualities is a challenging task in today's cloud environments. The dynamic nature of the cloud requires special runtime models that reflect changes in the application structure and their deployment. These runtime models are used to forecast the application performance in order to carry out mitiga-tive actions(More)
Long-living systems face many modifications and extensions over time due to changing technology and requirements. This causes changes in the models reflecting the systems, and subsequently in the underlying meta-models, as their structure and semantics are adapted to adhere these changes. Modifying meta-models requires adaptations in all tools realizing(More)
This paper summarizes two techniques for online failure prediction allowing to anticipate the need for adaptation of service-oriented systems: (1) SPADE, employing run-time verification to predict failures of service compositions. (2) PROSA, building on online testing to predict failures of individual services.