|头衔职位||Professor at the University of Oulu (Finland)|
New technologies are constantly introduced in the market. In the Cloud domain, new technologies revolutionized how software is developed. However, while some technologies might be very beneficial in some contexts, might have a negative impact in others. In our research group, we apply empirical methods to demystify hypes in new cloud-related technologies, including microservices, serverless, edge, and quantum computing.
Davide Taibi is full Professor at the University of Oulu (Finland) where he heads the M3S Cloud research group. His research is mainly focused on Empirical Software Engineering applied to cloud-native systems, with a special focus on the migration from monolithic to cloud-native applications. He is investigating processes and techniques for developing Cloud Native applications and identifying cloud-native-specific patterns and anti-patterns. He has been a member of the International Software Engineering Network (ISERN) since 2018. Before moving to Finland, he has been Assistant Professor at the Free University of Bozen/Bolzano (2015-2017), post-doctoral research fellow at the Technical University of Kaiserslautern and Fraunhofer Institute for Experimental Software Engineering – IESE (2013-2014), and research fellow at the University of Insubria (2007-2011).