|Keynote / Chair: Horst Lichter|
|09:15||10:30||Ian Gorton||Engineering at Hyperscale – Architectural Issues and Challenges|
|Session A: DevOps Continuity / Chair: Stephan Krusche|
|11:00||11:20||Neil Ernst, Rick Kazman and Philip Bianco||Component Comparison, Evaluation, and Selection: A Continuous Approach||#1|
|11:20||11:40||Philipp Haindl and Reinhold Ploesch||Towards Continuous Quality: Measuring and Evaluating Feature-Dependent Non-Functional Requirements in DevOps||#2|
|11:40||12:00||Justus Bogner, Tobias Boceck, Matthias Popp, Dennis Tschechlov, Stefan Wagner and Alfred Zimmermann.||Towards a Collaborative Repository for the Documentation of Service-Based Antipatterns and Bad Smells||#3|
|12:00||12:20||Christina Paule, Thomas F. Düllmann and André van Hoorn.||Vulnerabilities in Continuous Delivery Pipelines? A Case Study||#4|
|Session B: Assessment in Industrial DevOps / Chair: Damian A. Tamburri|
|14:00||14:20||Robert Chatley, Tony Field and David We||Continuous Performance Testing in Virtual Time||#5|
|14:20||14:40||Dominik Ernst, Alexander Becker and Stefan Tai||Assessment Through Proxying and Two-Stage Load Balancing||#6|
|14:40||15:00||Ignacio Blanquer, Francisco Brasileiro, Amanda Calatrava, Thiago Emmanuel Pereira and Miguel Caballer||Convenient Deployment of Self-Managed Elastic Clusters on Federated Clouds||#7|
|15:00||15:20||Wilhelm Hasselbring, Sören Henning, Björn Latte, Armin Möbius, Thomas Richter, Stefan Schalk and Maik Wojcieszak||Industrial DevOps||#8|
|Session C: Industry / Chair: Andreas Steffens & Uwe Zdun|
|16:00||16:20||Philipp Obergfell, Stefan Kugele, Christoph Segler, Alois Knoll and Eric Sax||Continuous Software Engineering of Innovative Automotive Functions: An Industrial Perspective||#9|
|16:20||17:20||Panel: Industrial & Academic Research on DevOps|
|20:30||Joint Dinner: Brauhaus Joh. Albrecht, Hamburg|
Format of the Workshop
In order to have an interesting and interactive event sharing lots of experience, we organize the workshop presentations as follows:
- Papers are presented by one of the authors. After the presentation a discussant starts the discussion based on her/his pre-formulated questions. Therefore the discussant has to prepare a set of questions and has to know the details of the presented paper.
- There is a slot of 20 minutes per paper.
- The author of a paper has 15 minutes to present the paper.
- After that, the discussant of the paper will open the discussion using her/ his questions.
- Finally, 5 minutes remain for questions and discussion among the whole audience.