Pollice, Gary F
Testing backup and recovery software is expensive, requiring the creation and storage of large, complex data sets. Our project reduces this overhead for EMC Corporation. We developed a grammar to define data sets and a Domain Specific Language processor for that grammar. This approach allows for the small definition to persist rather than the actual data set. These definitions are used to generate data sets or to validate recovery.
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Major Qualifying Project
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