Technical Overview of F-Interop

Abstract : Interoperability and conformance testing are needed to ensure that systems behave as specified by the standards they implement. Today, interoperability testing is done through face-to-face "interop events". Requiring physical presence of all parties impacts the scalbility of the testing, and slows down the development of standards-based products. F-Interop is a platform which enables remote interoperability and conformance testing of networking standards. This paper gives a technical overview of the project and its software architecture. The architecture follows the event bus design pattern: generic messages are routed between the different software components, some of these running at different locations.
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Rémy Leone, Federico Sismondi, Thomas Watteyne, César Viho. Technical Overview of F-Interop. Conference on Interoperability in IoT (InterIoT), Oct 2016, Paris, France. ⟨hal-01363391⟩

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