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Cost-Based Vectorization of Instance-Based Integration Processes

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Cost-Based Vectorization of Instance-Based Integration Processes
The inefficiency of integration processes—as an abstraction of workflow-based integration tasks—is often reasoned by low resource utilization and significant waiting times for external systems. With the aim to overcome these problems, we proposed the concept of process vectorization. There, instance-based integration processes are transparently executed with the pipes-and-filters execution model. Here, the term vectorization is used in the sense of processing a sequence (vector) of messages by one standing process. Although it has been shown that process vectorization achieves a significant throughput improvement, this concept has two major drawbacks. First, the theoretical performance of a vectorized integration process mainly depends on the performance of the most cost-intensive operator. Second, the practical performance strongly depends on the number of available threads. In this paper, we present an advanced optimization approach that addresses the mentioned problems. The...
Matthias Böhm, Dirk Habich, Steffen Preissler
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where ADBIS
Authors Matthias Böhm, Dirk Habich, Steffen Preissler, Wolfgang Lehner, Uwe Wloka
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