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ECSA 2020
Mon 14 - Fri 18 September 2020 L'Aquila, Italy

A number of approaches have been proposed to identify service boundaries when decomposing a monolith to microservices. However, only a few use methods that are both systematic and demonstrated with replicable empirical studies. We describe a systematic approach for refactoring a system to a microservice architecture that uses static analysis to determine the structure of a system and dynamic analysis to understand its actual behavior. A prototype of a tool was built using this approach (MonoBreaker) and was used to conduct a case study on a real-world software project. The goal was to assess the feasibility and benefits of a systematic approach to decomposition that combines static and dynamic analysis. The three study participants regarded positively the decomposition proposed by our tool and showed improvements over approaches that rely only on static analysis.

Thu 17 Sep
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09:30 - 10:30: S5: Industry Track: Architecting contemporary distributed systemsPaper Presentations / Industry Program at ECSA 2020 Teams Channel
Chair(s): Olaf ZimmermannUniversity of Applied Sciences of Eastern Switzerland (OST), Anton JansenPhilips

Virtualization support: Aurora Macias

09:30 - 09:50
Industry Program
Tiago MatiasFaculty of Engineering, University of Porto, Portugal, Filipe Figueiredo CorreiaUniversity of Porto, Jonas FritzschInstitute of Software Technology, University of Stuttgart / University of Applied Sciences Reutlingen, Justus BognerInstitute of Software Technology, University of Stuttgart, Hugo Sereno FerreiraFEUP, Universidade do Porto, André RestivoLIACC, Universidade do Porto, Porto, Portugal
09:50 - 10:10
Industry Program
Mahyar Tourchi MoghaddamUnivAQ - INRIA, Eric RuttenINRIA, Philippe LalandaUniversity of Grenoble Alpes, Guillaume GIRAUDRTE
10:10 - 10:30
Industry Program
Heiko KoziolekABB Corporate Research, Sten GrünerABB Corporate Research, Julius RückertABB Corporate Research