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Title: Version-Based Microservice Analysis, Monitoring, and Visualization
Authors: 機構典藏
Contributors: Shang-Pin Ma;I-Hsiu Liu;Chun-Yu Chen;Jiun-Ting Lin;Nien-Lin Hsueh
Keywords: data visualisation;graph theory;search problems
Date: 2019
Issue Date: 2020-03-03T06:59:24Z
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: Semantic versioning (SemVer) was widely used in the development of microservice systems to place limits on the configuration and growth of service versions. SemVer can suppress the complexity of MSAs; however, the interactions among various elements (e.g., services, endpoints, versions) remain difficult to manage. Therefore, this paper presents a tool for monitoring microservice systems, generating visualized version-based service dependency graphs, and providing graph search services. The proposed scheme is called Version-based Microservice Analysis, Monitoring, and Visualization (VMAMV). This system automatically detects potential design problems for microservice with multiple versions in design time, discover service anomalies for all service versions in runtime, and immediately notifies users of problems shortly after they occur. The conducted experiments show that VMAMV is feasible and effective on the detection of problems and anomalies for microservice development and operation.
URI: http://ntour.ntou.edu.tw:8080/ir/handle/987654321/52944
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