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Benchmarking FaaS Platforms: Call for Community Participation
Welcome to the community-driven literature review
for Benchmarking FaaS Platforms.
FaaS platforms and FaaS-based applications are under rapid development. Therefore, we argue that a rapid dissemination and holistic awareness of experiment designs and results is highly desirable for the community comprising academia and industry.
To address the limitations of a traditional SLR, we call for community participation and propose to establish a community-driven knowledge base. In support of this call, we provide this living document. The document contains the complete review protocol and current results. We periodically snapshot the document and store all snapshots in support of referencing.
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We present our method for a systematic literature review based on generic procedures proposed by Kitchenham. The figure illustrates tasks that we consider for our SLR and artifacts that are produced by a specific task. Moreover, we distinguish between committee tasks and community tasks (green). Researches that initiate an SLR exclusively executes committee tasks. Community tasks are executed under the participation of a community and validated through the community or the committee.
Forms for participation in the community tasks are listed below:
- (T1) Propose Research Question 
- (T3) Propose Criteria 
- (T5) Propose New Column 
- (T8) Propose New Publication 
- (T9) Check criteria for publication 
- (T11) Propose Experiment Data 
- (T12) Add Data Analysis 
T12 Synthesize Evidence
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