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A framework for performance evaluation of complex event processing systems

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A framework for performance evaluation of complex event processing systems
Several new Complex Event Processing (CEP) engines have been recently released, many of which are intended to be used in performance sensitive scenarios - like fraud detection, traffic control, or health care systems. However, there is no standard means to assess the performance of a CEP engine. This omission is all the more relevant as there are currently many competing products, languages, architectures, data models, and data processing CEP techniques. A performance evaluation framework can help identify good design decisions and assist in improving engines. Here we demonstrate our work in progress: FINCoS, a framework that can be used to benchmark CEP systems. The proposed framework has five relevant characteristics: i. Flexible (e.g., it allows changing the workload on the fly to measure reactions to peak loads); ii. Independent of particular workloads; iii. Neutral (not bound to any specific CEP product); iv. Correctness check (validators can be plugged into the framework on dema...
Marcelo R. N. Mendes, Pedro Bizarro, Paulo Marques
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Type Conference
Year 2008
Where DEBS
Authors Marcelo R. N. Mendes, Pedro Bizarro, Paulo Marques
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