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Platform-independent runtime quality metrics for integrations

Smale, R. (2023) Platform-independent runtime quality metrics for integrations.

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Abstract:One way of measuring the quality of software systems is through the usage of metrics. Having a higher quality of software is needed to be able to differentiate in the current market and allows quicker development of new features and reduces the time spent on maintenance. Just like with software systems in general this holds for integrations as well. Integrations play a big role in the digital transformation by connecting various systems together to create more efficient processes. While general runtime quality metrics have been proposed in the past, none have looked specifically into measuring the quality of integrations this way. This paper does so by first identifying specific ISO 25010 (sub)characteristics, like time behaviour, resource efficiency and reliability and provides metrics from previous research shown to work for software systems in general. It then validates these through an expert to provide a list of runtime quality metrics that can be used to measure the quality on an integration.
Item Type:Essay (Bachelor)
Faculty:EEMCS: Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science
Subject:54 computer science
Programme:Business & IT BSc (56066)
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