Palladio is a well-validated approach for the prediction of Quality of Service (QoS) properties of component-based software architectures. It enables the creation of high quality software architectures with dependable quality properties.
Numerous publications demonstrate the applicability of Palladio for scientific and real-world industrial scenarios of different domains. Ongoing development effort and the continuous integration of latest scientific trends provides cutting-edge features to researchers and practictioners.
From a scientific perspective, Palladio comprises
More information on the scientific background of Palladio and developer information can be found in the Palladio Developer Wiki.
The development of the Palladio started back in 2003 at the University of Oldenburg, and is nowadays developed at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), FZI Research Center for Information Technology, and Paderborn University. Further scientific cooperations and research partners contribute in terms of scientific exchange and tool development.
Current research topics include for example
The Palladio-Bench is open source tool support for the Palladio approach. Also Palladio research is open to external contributors, research cooperations, researcher which like to extend Palladio, and users who like to use Palladio "as-is".
Options to integrate in Palladio include
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