Nemeth, Felician and Steinert, Rebecca and Kreuger, Per and Sköldström, Pontus (2015) Roles of DevOps tools in an automated, dynamic service creation architecture. In: IFIP/IEEE IM 2015.
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Software Defined Networking (SDN) and Network Functions Virtualization facilitate, with their advanced pro- grammability features, the design of automated dynamic service creation platforms. Applying DevOps principles to service design can further reduce service creation times and support continuous operation. Monitoring, troubleshooting, and other DevOps tools can have different roles within virtualised networks, depending on virtualization level, type of instantiation, and user intent. We have implemented and integrated four key DevOps tools that are useful in their own right, but showcase also an integrated scenario, where they form the basis for a more complete and realistic DevOps toolkit. The current set of tools include a message bus, a rudimentary configuration tool, a probabilistic congestion detector, and a watchpoint mechanism. The demo also presents potential roles and use-cases for the tools.
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|Deposited By:||Rebecca Steinert|
|Deposited On:||21 Jan 2016 16:11|
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