ExplorViz

ExplorViz is a monitoring and visualization approach, which uses dynamic analysis techniques to provide a live trace visualization of large software landscapes.


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EMLS '18
06.03.2018
Our paper "On the Modernization of ExplorViz towards a Microservice Architecture" has been accepted at the EMLS 2018. A preprint can be fetched here.

ICSA '17
07.04.2017
Our tutorial entitled "Architectural Runtime Modeling and Visualization for Quality-Aware Devops in Cloud Applications" has been accepted at the ICSA 2017. The publication can be fetched here.

SOSP '16
03.03.2017
Our chapter "Architectural Runtime Modeling and Visualization for Quality-Aware DevOps in Cloud Applications" has been published by Elsevier within the book Cloud Applications Software Architecture for Big Data and the Cloud. More information can be found here.

EMLS '17
21.02.2017
Our paper "Juggling with Data: On the Lack of Database Monitoring in Long-Living Software Systems" has been accepted at the EMLS 2017. A preprint can be fetched here.

SE '17
31.01.2017
We are participating with ExplorViz and our Virtual Reality approach in the creativity contest "Ein neues Bild von Software" at the SE 2017 in Hanover, Germany. The video can be shown here.



Release
05.12.2016
Today, we released ExplorViz version 1.1.0. Its new major feature comprises an enhanced experiment mode, which allows to create and replicate experiments more easiliy. You can download it here.

SOSP '16
17.10.2016
Our paper "An Elastic Layers Pattern Approach with Dynamically Added Layers" has been accepted at the SOSP 2016. A preprint can be fetched here.

ZBW Research Kolloquium
27.07.2016
We were invited by the German National Library of Economics (ZBW) to give a talk on ExplorViz entitled "Live Trace Visualization for System and Program Comprehension in Large Software Landscapes". The related presentation can be found here.


SE '16
25.02.2016
Our paper "Hierarchical Software Landscape Visualization" has been accepted at the SE 2016. A preprint can be fetched here.

SOSP '15
22.10.2015
Our paper "Combining Kieker with Gephi for Performance Analysis and Interactive Trace Visualization" has been accepted at the SOSP 2015. A preprint can be fetched here.

Best Paper Award at VISSOFT '15
29.09.2015
Our paper "Hierarchical Software Landscape Visualization for System Comprehension: A Controlled Experiment" received the Best Paper Award at VISSOFT 2015! Click here to get the preprint and additional material.

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