Online Memory Leak Detection in the Cloud-based Infrastructures

@inproceedings{Jindal2020OnlineML,
  title={Online Memory Leak Detection in the Cloud-based Infrastructures},
  author={Anshul Jindal and P. Staab and Jorge Cardoso and M. Gerndt and Vladimir Podolskiy},
  booktitle={ICSOC Workshops},
  year={2020}
}
A memory leak in an application deployed on the cloud can affect the availability and reliability of the application. Therefore, to identify and ultimately resolve it quickly is highly important. However, in the production environment running on the cloud, memory leak detection is a challenge without the knowledge of the application or its internal object allocation details. This paper addresses this challenge of online detection of memory leaks in cloud-based infrastructure without having any… Expand

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