Distributed Event-Based Systems

By Gero Mühl , Ludger Fiege , Peter Pietzuch

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This book offers in-depth coverage of event-based systems, ranging from local event matching and distributed event forwarding algorithms, through software engineering issues raised by the event-based style, to current research in event-based systems like composite event detection and security.

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  • ISBN13: 978-3-5403-2651-9
  • 408 Pages
  • User Level: Professionals
  • Publication Date: August 2, 2006
  • Available eBook Formats: PDF
  • eBook Price: $89.95
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In today’s world, services and data are integrated in ever new constellations, requiring the easy, flexible and scalable integration of autonomous, heterogeneous components into complex systems at any time. Event-based architectures inherently decouple system components. Event-based components are not designed to work with specific other components in a traditional request/reply mode, but separate communication from computation through asynchronous communication mechanisms via a dedicated notification service. Mühl, Fiege, and Pietzuch provide the reader with an in-depth description of event-based systems. They cover the complete spectrum of topics, ranging from a treatment of local event matching and distributed event forwarding algorithms, through a more practical discussion of software engineering issues raised by the event-based style, to a presentation of state-of-the-art research topics in event-based systems, such as composite event detection and security. Their presentation gives researchers a comprehensive overview of the area and lots of hints for future research. In addition, they show the power of event-based architectures in modern system design, thus encouraging professionals to exploit this technique in next generation large-scale distributed applications like information dissemination, network monitoring, enterprise application integration, or mobile systems.
Table of Contents

Table of Contents

  1. 1 Introduction.
  2. 2 Basics.
  3. 3 Content
  4. Based Models and Matching.
  5. 4 Distributed Notification Routing.
  6. 5 Engineering of Event
  7. Based Systems .
  8. 6 Scoping.
  9. 7 Composite Event Detection.
  10. 8 Advanced Topics.
  11. 9 Existing Notification Services.
  12. 10 Outlook
  13. References, Index.
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