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2009
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High-Performance Transactional Event Processing

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High-Performance Transactional Event Processing
This paper presents a transactional framework for low-latency, high-performance, concurrent event processing in Java. At the heart of our framework lies Reflexes, a restricted programming model for highly responsive systems. A Reflex task is an event processor that can run at a higher priority and preempt any other Java thread, including the garbage collector. It runs in an obstruction-free manner with time-oblivious code. We extend Reflexes with a publish/subscribe communication system, itself based on an optimistic transactional event processing scheme, that provides efficient coordination between time-critical, low-latency tasks.We report on the comparison with a commercial JVM, and show that it is possible for tasks to achieve 50 ?s response times with way less than 1% of the executions failing to meet their deadlines.
Antonio Cunei, Rachid Guerraoui, Jesper Honig Spri
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where COORDINATION
Authors Antonio Cunei, Rachid Guerraoui, Jesper Honig Spring, Jean Privat, Jan Vitek
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