2015 marked an anniversary for the software aging and rejuvenation (SAR) community: The seminal paper "Software rejuvenation: Analysis, module and applications" by Huang, Kintala, Kolettis and Fulton, which started research on the software aging phenomenon and the possibility of counteracting it via software rejuvenation, appeared exactly 20 years ago. For the last eight years, WoSAR has been the international event bringing together researchers and practitioners involved with the theoretical and experimental aspects of software aging and rejuvenation. As a satellite event of the premier symposium, ISSRE 2016, WoSAR 2016 aims to provide a forum for researchers and practitioners to present and discuss the state of the art and the new challenges in software aging and rejuvenation research, as well as a unique opportunity for establishing collaborations among several research groups interested in this research field.
WoSAR is a unique forum for discussing the impacts of software aging and rejuvenation in different domains of applicability, such as cloud computing, smart grids, mobile, transportation, embedded systems, cyber-physical systems, medical devices, and systems of systems.
|Alberto Avritzer, Sonatype, USA|
|Tadashi Dohi, Hiroshima University, Japan|
Session Chair: Stefano Russo
Session Chair: Koichiro Rinsaka
Session Chair: Artur Andrzejak
Session Chair: Tadashi Dohi
Plenary Panel Discussion