Here’s a recent talk I gave last Friday at the University of Kiel:
Here’s my talk from ISSRE’10:
Multi-tenant software applications serve different organizations from a single instance and help to save development, maintenance, and administration costs. Yesterday, I gave a talk on SE2010 in Paderborn proposing a new architectural style for multi-tenant systems:
The corresponding paper will be available here soon.
Last week we visited WOSP/SIPEW 2010 in San Jose, US and presented the PerOpteryx approach. The approach is Anne’s PhD topic, which targets to automatically improve software architecture models for performance, reliability and costs using evolutionary algorithms:
More infos and tools can be found on the PerOperyx website.
I gave this talk on March 28th, 2009 at FESCA’09 in York, UK:
The respective paper can now be retrieved online
from Elsevier ENTCS, Vol. 253, Issue 1.