Details Year 3

SLR301 Dependability and fault tolerance in software systems.

Period 2 (24h, 2,5 ECTS)

Thomas Robert

SLR302: Reactive systems and internet of things.

Period 2 (24h, 2,5 ECTS)

Rémi SHARROCK

SLR303: Security in distributed systems from the game-theoretic perspective (security, risk management, attack modelling, attack graphs, security games).

Period 1 (24h, 2,5 ECTS)

Jean LENEUTRE

SLR304: Dynamic, autonomic and self-adapting systems.

Period 1 (24h, 2,5 ECTS)

Ada DIACONESCU.

SLR305: Algorithms for dynamic and reconfigurable distributed systems.

Period 2 (24h, 2,5 ECTS)

Petr KUZNETSOV.

Objectives

We discuss algorithms behind distributed systems that may change their configurations (e.g., the set and placement of computing units), due to explicit application calls or adversarial churn. A part of ythe course is going to take the form of a seminar where we discuss related work and open problems.

Prerequisites

None.

SLR306: Collaborative Software Development.

Period 1 (24h, 2,5 ECTS)

Theo Zimmermann.

Objectives

This course offers an advanced overview of the software development process when using modern tools (in particular software forges, such as GitHub/GitLab, which are becoming pervasive in the industry) to collaborate. The course focuses on general principles of organization and collaboration processes and the tools that are typically used to apply these principles, independent of the programming language of the software project.

Syllabus

- Use of software forges for collaboration: issues and pull requests.

- Automatic testing and continuous integration.

- Code review.

- Advanced git: branches and worktrees, patch management, merging and rebasing, using multiple remotes, bisecting, etc.

- Release management: branch management, backporting, time- vs feature-based releases, fast releases, continuous deployment, version numbering and documentation, managing breaking changes, etc.

- Process automation, bots.

- Managing your software supply chain: package managers, licenses, risks.

Prerequisites

None.