16
Jan

omniNotify Home (research group)

   Posted by: dhcsoul   in Complex Event Processing

Your first time here? Welcome, I'm glad you've dropped in.... David Soul (aka Bricoleur)

“omniNotify
is a multi-threaded implementation of the CORBA Notification Service
(CosNotification), a feature-enriched version of the CORBA Event
Service (CosEvents).”

“omniNotify offers asynchronous, decoupled, event-based communication between distributed and heterogeneous applications.”

“ominiNotify was developed by a group of researchers at AT&T
Labs in Florham Park, New Jersey.  Our main design goal for omniNotify
was scalability: we wanted a service that scales well w.r.t. both
number of connected consumers and number (and complexity) of filters
registered by consumers.  To achieve this goal, the implementation
exploits parallelism during filter evaluation and dispatching of events
to consumers.”- goto

Tags: CEP, Complex Event Processing, design, filters, predictions, Systems

16
Jan

Scribe (research group)

   Posted by: dhcsoul   in Complex Event Processing

“Scribe
is a generic, scalable and efficient group communication and event
notification system.  It provides application level multicast and
anycast.”

“Scribe is efficient, self-organizing, flexible, highly scalable and supports highly dynamic groups. It is built on top of  'Pastry,' a generic, scalable, self-organizing substrate for peer-to-peer applications.” 

goto
originally Posted to cep.weblogger.com by David Soul on 1/15/05; 10:11:23 PM
in the CEP section.

Tags: CEP, Complex Event Processing, design, filters, predictions, Systems

16
Jan

NIAGARA (research group)

   Posted by: dhcsoul   in Complex Event Processing

“Niagara can be used for retrieving XML data, querying  and monitoring them for some interesting changes.”

“These three functionalities are implemented by its three main components: Search Engine, Query Engine and Trigger Manager.”- goto

originally Posted to cep.weblogger.com by David Soul on 1/15/05; 10:10:43 PM
in the CEP section.

Tags: CEP, Complex Event Processing, design, filters, predictions, Systems

16
Jan

REBECA (research group)

   Posted by: dhcsoul   in Complex Event Processing

REBECA is the REBECA Event Based Electronic Commerce Architecture

“Electronic business demands for new business processes which
integrate various information sources and are automated with minimal
human interaction.”

“The event-based approach facilitates customized information flows and allows to implement business processes in a natural way.”

“The REBECA project aims to provide a new and powerful event-based
architecture for electronic business applications.  A flexible
environment for reconfigurable, distributed applications is offered.”

“The investigated research topics include:

  • Event Models
  • Design of event-based applications
  • Dissemination of events
  • Visual Building Tools”

Tags: CEP, Complex Event Processing, design, filters, model, models, predictions, Systems

16
Jan

LSAM (research group)

   Posted by: dhcsoul   in Complex Event Processing

LSAM: Large Scale Active Middleware
“The LSAM project is developing the middleware infrastructure to
support scalable distributed information services.  Current
implementations of such services rely on individual components, such as
Web servers, WAIS servers, and host clients.  Some resource sharing is
provided via distributed indexing systems. e.g. Harvest, or manually
configured proxy caches.  The goal of LSAM is to develop middleware to
support large-scale deployment of distributed information services with
effective economies of scale.”

“The LSAM project is currently integrating the components of its
earlier research into a self-organizing multicast cache system, called
the LSAM proxy.  The LSAM proxy uses multicast push based on interest
groups, to reduce server and network load and increase client
performance.”

Tags: CEP, Complex Event Processing, design, filters, predictions, Systems

16
Jan

Infosphere (research group)

   Posted by: dhcsoul   in Complex Event Processing

The Infosphere Vision
College of Computing
Georgia Institute of Technology

Infospherethe sum of all information available.

“Our
vision of a civilized Infosphere goes beyond just gathering, storing,
and retrieving increasing amounts of information. Living in the
Infosphere means being in constant contact with both the physical world
and the information civilization. Concepts such as “never-lost,
never-alone” can become a reality through ubiquitous two-way
low-latency information flow. By providing detailed and up-to-date
information about the real world, the Infosphere will allow humans to
handle problematic situations from a much higher vantage point.”- goto

Tags: CEP, Complex Event Processing, design, filters, predictions, Systems

16
Jan

NaradaBrokering (research group)

   Posted by: dhcsoul   in cybernetics

“The
Naranda Brokering project at the Community Grids Lab [@ Indiana
University] is an open source project that researches fundamental
issues pertaining to distributed middleware systems.”

“NarandaBrokering is a distibuted messaging infrastructure and
provides two closely reltated capabilities.  First, it provides a
message oriented (MoM) which faclitates communications between entities
(which includes clients, resources, services and proxies thereto)
throught the exchange of messages.  Second, it provides a notification
framework by efficiently routing messages from the originators to only
the registered consumers of the message in question.”

Tags: CEP, cybernetics, design, filters, predictions, Systems

16
Jan

Le Subscribe (research group)

   Posted by: dhcsoul   in Complex Event Processing

Le Subscribe: Publish and Subscribe on the Web at Extreme Speed

“Nowadays there is a proliferation of selective dissemination of
information applications.  This is due to the fact that there is more
and more dynamic information availbable through the web.  For example,
we can easilty find in the Web information concerning stocks, sales,
tickets, documents.  Web uses would like to be notifvied when new
relevant information is produces.  A user may be interested in
receiving a norification when a given stock reaches a certain value.”

Tags: CEP, Complex Event Processing, design, filters, predictions, Systems

16
Jan

Salamander (research group)

   Posted by: dhcsoul   in Complex Event Processing

Salamander: A Pushed-based Distribution Substrate for Internet  Applications “The system is currently under development and is targeted at wide-area network distributed systems.”

“Currently, Salamander is being developed as the underlying transport service for …. UARC  project’s Internet Collaboratory”

According to the SPARC website:

Tags: CEP, Complex Event Processing, design, filters, model, models, predictions, science, Systems

16
Jan

Opera (research group)

   Posted by: dhcsoul   in Complex Event Processing

“The Opera group is part of the larger Systems Research Group in Cambridge.”

“The focus of Opera group research is the design and deployment of
open, large-scale, widely distributed systems.  Two major thrusts are
in the areas of asynchronous middleware (the Cambridge Event
Architecture (CEA) and, more recently, Hermes) and an open, role-based,
access control architecture for secure internetworking services
(OASIS).”

“Our early work on …(CEA) extended the then-predominant,
object-oriented middleware (CORBA and Java) with a “publish, register,
notify” paradigm.  CEA events were typed to support the programming of
distributed, event-based applications.”

Tags: CEP, Complex Event Processing, design, filters, model, predictions, Systems