Research for quality
A network of researchers for pushing Software Quality Assurance in Microservice-DevOps engineering
Testing is the key
For a context-driven, in-vivo and risk-based assessment for uDevOps paradigms
A mindset shift
To place testing as cornerstone between DEV and OPS
What is µDevOps about
An H2020 Research and Innovation Staff Exchange (RISE) project:
During 4 years the 6 partners will work together to promote research, development and intense knowledge/skills exchange to foster towards key advances in the µDevOps SQA field.
How does µDevOps work
We’ll form an international and inter-sectoral research network via bidirectional secondments focusing on SQA for µDevOps engineering processes in 4 key drivers – Context Learning via AI/ML, Continuous in vivo testing for service-based software in agile/DevOps processes, and risk assessment.
What will µDevOps produce
We’ll produce know-how and breakthroughs for novel products, methodologies and services and create strategic bases to deal with SQA challenges in modern software production practices.
All will conflate into a testing process and a cloud-based Development & Testing as a Service tool for continuously providing quantitative figures of the incurred business risk associated with reliability, performance and security failures.
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First project year completed. Two knowledge-sharing teams ran about 20 person-months of secondments, and involved 22 researchers so far.
Deliverable D2 2 “The uDevOps Context Learning Engine” completed and available, check it at Deliverables
CINI – PANEL mutual secondments are working on automatic test generation and on prioritizing regression tests
VU – PANEL secondments working on sustainability concerns and monitoring tools
UAH and KIT secondments to SILENSEC working on security and tickets feedback cycles improvement
First secondment of CINI at PANEL
Meet our Researchers