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Keynote - Microservice Architecture Recovery

Nour Ali @ Brunel University London
June 13th, 2022, 13:35–14:35 CEST



Software Architecture Recovery (or architecture reconstruction) is a reverse engineering technique which obtains a software architecture representation of an implemented system. Over the last 20 years, Architecture Recovery has supported the understanding, maintenance, and evolution of systems. With the emergence and popularity of Microservice Architecture, an architectural style characterised with continuous delivery and an evolutionary architecture, many argue whether architecture recovery is essential. In this talk, Nour will argue the need to obtain a holistic view of the architecture for microservice systems through architecture recovery. She will also introduce you how they have designed and developed the Microservice Architecture Recovery (MiSAR) approach and share with you their experiences and evaluations.

Speaker's Bio

Dr Nour Ali is a Senior Lecturer at Brunel University London and co-leads the Brunel Software Engineering (BSEL) group. She received her Computer Science degree from Bir-Zeit University-Palestine and holds a PhD in Software Engineering from Universidad Politecnica de Valencia-Spain. She has been Principal Investigator and member of research and knowledge transfer projects. Her research focuses on developing software architecture techniques, methods and tools and applying them to different challenging systems and situations such as distributed, mobile and adaptive.