A Systematic Literature Review.. The characteristics of the microservices are listed as follows (1):. A Systematic Literature Review on Microservices 215. 43.
To the best of our knowledge, ours is one of the first systematic grey literature reviews in the scope of software engineering, and there is a need for a protocol allowing to conduct systematic grey literature reviews (Garousi et al., 2016).
The cloud is an emerging paradigm which leads the way for different approaches and standards. The architectural styles are evolving based on the requirements of the cloud as well. In recent years microservices is seen as the architecture style for.Our study differs from their study because (i) we specifically focus on architectural principles, method, and techniques, rather than on microservices in general; (ii) we apply a rigorous empirical method throughout the study (i.e., systematic mapping), thus providing evidence-based results and easing replication of the performed research; (iii) the objective of our study is to characterize.The cloud is an emerging paradigm which leads the way for different approaches and standards. The architectural styles are evolving based on the requirements of the cloud as well. In recent years microservices is seen as the architecture style for scalable, fast evolving cloud applications. As part of this paper, a systematic mapping study was carried out around microservices.
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A systematic review of the literature consists on identifying, evaluating and interpreting all available information on a research topic or phenomenon of interest by using a reliable, auditable and rigorous methodology (13). This systematic review consists of three phases: (i) planning the review, (ii) conducting the review, and (iii) reporting.Read More
A systematic review is a study of studies. It attempts to collect all existing evidence on a specific topic in order to answer a specific research question. Authors create criteria for deciding on which evidence is included or excluded before starting the systematic review. This helps reduce the risk of bias and makes its findings more reliable.Read More
Systematic Literature Review (SLR) The value of a systematic literature depends on what was done, what was found, and the clarity of reporting. A systematic review attempts to collate all empirical evidence that fits pre-specified eligibility criteria to answer a specific research question.Read More
Characteristics of exemplary literature reviews Exemplary literature reviews are as thorough and systematic as the research they are reviewing. Although the degree of completion of your literature review at the proposal stage is a matter of deliberation with your committee, in most cases it is important that the literature review in a proposal accomplishes the following.Read More
Background:Even though many safeguards and policies for electronic health record (EHR) security have been implemented, barriers to the privacy and security protection of EHR systems persist.Objecti.Read More
Pros of systematic literature reviews: Cons of systematic literature reviews: Bias is reduced by the use of a systematic method for selecting studies for the review. Often more time-consuming than other types of review. Transparency of the methodology and search strategy enhance the replicability of the review.Read More
Abstract. Introduction: Research on collaboration in primary care focuses on specific diseases or types of collaboration.We investigate the effects of such collaboration by bringing together the results of scientific studies. Theory and methods: We conducted a systematic literature review of PubMed, CINAHL, Cochrane and EMBASE.The review was restricted to publications that test outcomes of.Read More
This systematic literature review examines the micro- and meso-level characteristics of early prescribers of newly introduced drugs. Understanding the characteristics of early adopters may help to speed up the diffusion process, promote cost-efficient prescribing habits, forecast utilisation, and develop targeted intervention strategies.Read More
A Systematic Literature Review on Composition of Microservices through the Use of Semantic Annotations: Solutions and Techniques Abstract: The aim of semantic web is to provide meaning to data shared by a network, therefore making it readable by humans and computer applications.Read More