FASTEN Related Projects

CodeFeedr is a Dutch NWO-funded project being developed by FASTEN partners TUD and SIG. CodeFeedr builds a platform for real-time ingestion, querying and analysis of ad-hoc software engineering data. In the context of FASTEN, TUD will reuse CodeFeedr’s data streams to acquire data from GitHub and vulnerability information from external sources in order to keep the FASTEN core engine up-to-date with external developments and avoid re-implementing the (data collection) wheel. More information.

CROSSMINER logo.svg  The CROSSMINER project (2017 - 2019) automatically extracts the required knowledge from software repositories and other software artifacts and injects it into the IDE of the developers, at the time they need it to make design decisions. This allows them to reduce their effort in knowledge acquisition and to increase the quality of their code. FASTEN complements CROSSMINER in the knowledge extraction phase. AUEB, which is a partner in both FASTEN and CROSSMINER will facilitate the information exchange between the projects and ensure smooth integration of potential project results. More information.

DECODER project (2019 - 2021)builds an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) that combines information from different sources through formal and semi-formal models to deliver software project intelligence to shorten the learning curve of software programmers and maintainers and increase their productivity.  Developers will deliver high quality code that are more secure and better aligned with requirements and maintainers will immediately know what has been done, how and with what tools. More information

MarkosLogo.png The MARKOS Project is aimed to realize the prototype of a service and an interactive application providing an integrated view on the Open Source projects available the on web, focusing on functional, structural and licenses aspects of software code. Open-source itself, the MARKOS system provides information about the relationships between software components released by different OSS projects, giving an integrated view of the available OSS at a global scale.

OSSMETER_logo_Tagline_Web_Left_Pad_30px.png OSSMETER project (2012 - 2015) aims to extend the state-of-the-art in the field of automated analysis and measurement of open-source software (OSS), and develop a platform that will support decision makers in the process of discovering, comparing, assessing and monitoring the health, quality, impact and activity of open-source software. More information.

Q-Rapids project (2016 - 2019)is framed in the context of software quality, which is an essential competitive factor for  the  success  of  software  companies  today.  Q-Rapids  wants  to  improve  software  quality management  through  the  appropriate  integration  of  requirements  about  quality  aspects  like security, performance and usability, in the software life-cycle. More information.

logo_Riscoss_Tagline_Website.png RISCOSS project (2012 - 2015) offers novel risk identification, management and mitigation tools and methods for community-based  and industry-supported OSS development, composition  and life cycle management to individually,   collectively and collaboratively manage OSS adoption risks. The underlying objective of RISCOSS is to assist conventional companies in overcoming the fear of adopting open source software. RISCOSS provides both a methodology and a decision-making platform. More information

The SENECA project (2015 - 2019) is a European Industrial Doctorate project, which research program is organized around 3 axes: Product quality in cloud-related software development projects; Process quality in cloud-related software development; Operations’ quality in cloud systems. SIG is the project coordinator of SENECA. The first axis is completely aligned with the ambitions of FASTEN, and TUD and AUEB, who are involved in both projects can contribute to the good articulation between the research findings. More information.

STAMP_Logo_RGB_small.svg The STAMP project (2016 - 2019) is leveraging advanced research in automatic test generation, to push automation in DevOps one step further through innovative methods of test amplification. TUD, XWiki and OW2, who are all partners in both FASTEN and STAMP will facilitate the information exchange between the projects. Moreover, STAMP’s PI, Prof. Benoit Baudry, is part of FASTEN’s advisory board. One potential collaboration is to use STAMP testing micro services to enrich the fine-grained call graph with meta information about testing outcomes per node. More information.