The CROSSMINER project is an open source project, which is motivated by the increasing dependence on existing open-source software (OSS) to develop new complex systems. The project is a follow-up of the previous OSSMETER project. The complexity and diversity of new CROSSMINER components and existing OSSMETER ones raised challenges related to the integration and the communications among heterogenous built-in components as well as addressing security aspects for the whole project. In this paper, we present a microservice architecture, which is implemented by relying on Docker to support the integration and deployment of the CROSSMINER components.

Integrating and deploying heterogeneous components by means of a microservices architecture in the CROSSMINER project

Di Ruscio D.;
2019

Abstract

The CROSSMINER project is an open source project, which is motivated by the increasing dependence on existing open-source software (OSS) to develop new complex systems. The project is a follow-up of the previous OSSMETER project. The complexity and diversity of new CROSSMINER components and existing OSSMETER ones raised challenges related to the integration and the communications among heterogenous built-in components as well as addressing security aspects for the whole project. In this paper, we present a microservice architecture, which is implemented by relying on Docker to support the integration and deployment of the CROSSMINER components.
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