Category Archives: Cloud Computing

Survey on “Microservices: Hype and Reality”

Software Architectures revolving around services have seen a renaissance with the hype of microservices being the hot topic of many developer conferences and online discourse alike.

We invite you to participate in our survey about your experience with service architectures. Your answers will help us shed a light on how service architectures are implemented in industrial practice and provide future directions for research through the challenges we observe.

The following survey should take  7-8 minutes of your time.
This is the link to the survey: http://bit.ly/services_survey

We will keep your survey responses anonymous. We will NOT attribute answers to any particular participant.

We would greatly appreciate your participation! Thank you!

Please feel free to contact Jürgen Cito or Gerald Schermann at {cito, schermann}@ifi.uzh.ch if you have any further questions.

s.e.a.l. member Joel Scheuner to receive semester award

We are excited to announce that Joel Scheuner has received a University of Zurich semester award in the fall semester 2014 for his excellent bachelor thesis Cloud WorkBench – A Web-Based Framework for Benchmarking Cloud Services.

You can read a CloudCom paper about his work, watch this screencast, or check out the tool he built from GitHub.