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|Solution Name||Palladio 4.1 for Eclipse 4.6/.4.7 (Neon/Oxygen)|
|Organization Name||The Palladio Team|
|Eclipse Foundation Member Organization||No|
|Update Site URL||https://sdqweb.ipd.kit.edu/eclipse/palladiosimulator/releases/1.1.0/|
|Supported Eclipse Version||4.6 / 4.7|
|Supported Platforms||Windows / Linux / Mac|
|Minimum Java Version||Java 8|
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|RSS Feed||leave blank|
|Solution Type||This product requires an existing Eclipse installation to function|
|External Product Image URL||leave blank, better use the upload functionality. Please find the Palladio logo here: |
|Screenshot||add screenshots from former releases or new ones if the user interface has changed|
Palladio is a software architecture simulation approach which analyses your software at the model level for performance bottlenecks, scalability issues, reliability threats, and allows for a subsequent optimisation. Palladio requires neither buying expensive execution environments (servers, networks, or storage) nor fully implementing a software product. Construction rules are automatically checked by Palladio and thus allow optimal software architectures without costly trial-and-error-cycles. Like in other engineering disciplines, Palladio enables software engineers to construct software straight and in the right way. Use Palladio to <ul> <li>Forecast the impact of your design decisions</li> <li>Lower the costs for trial-and-error-cycles</li> <li>Build highly reliable, scalable, and resource-efficient software architectures</li> </ul> The Palladio Component Model is implemented using the Eclipse Modeling Framework (EMF). We have implemented an integrated modelling environment (called Palladio-Bench) based on the Eclipse IDE. It enables developers to create PCM model instances with graphical editors and derive performance metrics from the models using analytical techniques and simulation. The best way for getting started with the Palladio-Bench is looking through the <a href="http://www.palladio-simulator.com/tools/screencasts/">screencasts</a> and <a href="http://www.palladio-simulator.com/tools/tutorials/">tutorials</a> provided on the <a href="http://www.palladio-simulator.com/">webpage</a>. The project community is managed by project leads of: the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (<a href="http://www.kit.edu">www.kit.edu</a>), the FZI - Research Center for Information Technology (<a href="http://www.fzi.de">www.fzi.de</a>), Chemnitz University of Technology (<a href="https://www.tu-chemnitz.de">www.tu-chemnitz.de</a>), and University of Stuttgart (<a href="https://www.uni-stuttgart.de">www.uni-stuttgart.de</a>).
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|Free Tagging||software architecture, analysis, simulation, simulator, QoS, performance, reliability, quality|