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"Fostering Software Reliability in an Increasingly Hostile World"

 

 
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Fostering Software Reliability in an Increasingly Hostile World

Fairfield
Sunday, 8:30, full day

 


 
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Dennis Mancl, Lucent Technologies
Steven Fraser, Qualcomm
Amir Zeid, The British University in Egypt
Greg Utas, Pentennea LLC

http://mysite.verizon.net/dennis.mancl/oopsla05

Software developers face escalating expectations of software customers today. It isn't enough to develop an Internet-based teleconferencing system: the customer wants a "carrier-grade" teleconferencing system. A simple e-commerce system isn't good enough: e-commerce applications must be secure, robust, and highly reliable.

This workshop will be a forum for sharing techniques for designing robust and reliable software. Some techniques will apply to new systems with stringent reliability requirements: "extreme reliability", "five-nines" or "carrier-grade reliability". Other techniques may be useful for improving the reliability of an existing system: adapting the an reliable piece of software to make it more predictable in a hostile environment. Participants in the workshop will present and discuss tools and techniques, and experiences from the real world.

 
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