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Erratum to: Design and implementation of a social networking platform for cloud deployment specialists

  • The original article was published in Journal of Internet Services and Applications 2015 6:19

It has come to the publisher’s attention that the original PDF version of this article [1] unfortunately published many figures in the incorrect order. The order of the figures has been updated in the original PDF and is given for reference below.

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Integration of a collaborative social platform with repositories of information

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DSLs comprising CAMEL

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Evolution of total number of cookbooks on Chef Supermarket over time

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Engineering and social activities are seamlessly interweaved within the PaaSage professional network

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Personalized models page

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Application model page

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Models and components list

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List of currently running applications

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Users are constantly motivated to participate in social activities

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Automatic provision of context-sensitive assistance when available

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Evolutionary design of the application model overview panel

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Main navigation menu

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Statistical information and graphics for user’s models and components

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Architecture of the Elgg Social Networking engine. Page handlers refer to functionality of implemented plugins

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Application components. Component categories and components imported from Chef Supermarket

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Distribution of Chef cookbook categories

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Distribution of Chef cookbook dependencies in log-log scale

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Frequency of issues raised during the first evaluation iteration with users

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SUS scores

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Scores of the individual PaaSage features: registration, finding a model, model information, finding a component

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Users’ rating of model finding and model information

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User requests for DevOps features to be included in the PaaSage social network

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PaaSage features that were mostly liked by the users

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The execution history of different cloud deployments

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    Magoutis K, Papoulas C, Papaioannou A, Karniavoura F, Akestoridis D-G, Parotsidis N, et al. Design and implementation of a social networking platform for cloud deployment specialists. J Internet Serv Appl. 2015; 6:19. http://www.jisajournal.com/content/6/1/19.

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Magoutis, K., Papoulas, C., Papaioannou, A. et al. Erratum to: Design and implementation of a social networking platform for cloud deployment specialists. J Internet Serv Appl 6, 20 (2015). https://doi.org/10.1186/s13174-015-0036-2

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