Image caption: PhD student Miao Du.
Original Published Date: 
Thursday, December 18, 2014

PhD student Miao Du has redefined service virtualisation technology resulting in the invention of a new process called opaque data processing. The process will enable a service to be emulated, eliminating the need for a typical data protocol handler. Opaque data processing matches requests based on byte-level patterns and provides accurate responses based on a company's service transaction library. This is a network level recording of requests and responses—the larger the library, the more accurate the response as the more data it has to learn from—the more precise it also then becomes. The ARC-funded project (Linkage Projects scheme) findings are now being commercialised by software giant CA Technologies.

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