Building Critical Applications using Microservices

by   Christof Fetzer, et al.

Microservices - combined with secure containers - facilitate new ways to build critical applications. These applications will benefit from many tools and services built for less critical software. The more stringent requirements of critical applications are addressed with the help of secure containers and compiler extensions. While this approach is sufficient for implementing fail-stop applications, there are still several open research questions regarding if and how fail-operational applications could be supported using this approach.


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