A Container-centric Methodology for Benchmarking Workflow Management Systems

@inproceedings{Ferme2016ACM,
  title={A Container-centric Methodology for Benchmarking Workflow Management Systems},
  author={Vincenzo Ferme and Ana Ivanchikj and Cesare Pautasso and Marigianna Skouradaki and Frank Leymann},
  booktitle={CLOSER},
  year={2016}
}
Trusted benchmarks should provide reproducible results obtained following a transparent and well-defined process. In this paper, we show how Containers, originally developed to ease the automated deployment of Cloud application components, can be used in the context of a benchmarking methodology. The proposed methodology focuses on Workflow Management Systems (WfMSs), a critical service orchestration middleware, which can be characterized by its architectural complexity, for which Docker… CONTINUE READING

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