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dc.contributor.authorColombo, Christian-
dc.contributor.authorDimech, Gabriel-
dc.contributor.authorFrancalanza, Adrian-
dc.identifier.citationColombo, C., Dimech, G., & Francalanza, A. (2015). Investigating instrumentation techniques for ESB runtime verification. In R. Calinescu, & B. Rumpe (Eds.), Software Engineering and Formal Methods. Lecture Notes in Computer Science (pp. 1-8). Cham: Springer.en_GB
dc.description.abstractEnterprise Service Buses (ESBs) are highly-dynamic component platforms that are hard to test for correctness because their connected components may not necessarily be present prior to deployment. Runtime Verification (RV) is a potential solution towards ascertaining correctness of an ESB, by checking the ESB’s execution at runtime, and detecting any deviations from the expected behaviour. A crucial aspect impinging upon the feasibility of this verification approach is the runtime overheads introduced, which may have adverse effects on the execution of the ESB system being monitored. In turn, one factor that bears a major effect on such overheads is the instrumentation mechanism adopted by the RV setup. In this paper we identify three likely (but substantially different) ESB instrumentation mechanisms, detail their implementation over a widely-used ESB platform, assess them qualitatively, and empirically evaluate the runtime overheads introduced by these mechanisms.en_GB
dc.publisherSpringer, Chamen_GB
dc.subjectObject-oriented methods (Computer science)en_GB
dc.subjectComputer software -- Developmenten_GB
dc.subjectComputer software -- Quality controlen_GB
dc.subjectAutonomous distributed systemsen_GB
dc.subjectFormal methods (Computer science)en_GB
dc.subjectReal-time data processingen_GB
dc.subjectComputer software -- Verificationen_GB
dc.titleInvestigating instrumentation techniques for ESB runtime verificationen_GB
dc.title.alternativeSoftware engineering and formal methods. Lecture notes in computer scienceen_GB
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