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What are the technical requirements of an Context Broker and an Complex Event Processing?

asked 2016-09-22 11:50:15 +0200

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updated 2016-09-22 11:52:44 +0200

Any one can help us to know about the technical requirements (functional, non-functional requirement,...) of an Context Broker, an Complex Event Processing?

So, we can know/explain that Orion, Proton, IDAS are the best solutions OR find some alternative open source solutions

I have searched on google but not found

Many Thanks

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Not sure what do you mean... Could you edit your question post in order explain what do you mean by "technical requirements"? A description of the GEri? The Open Specification in which the GEri is based? Other?

Fermín Galán gravatar imageFermín Galán ( 2016-09-27 12:38:44 +0200 )edit

The Fiware CEP GE runs as a web application, on a platform such as Tomcat. The hardware requirements for the platform to would be at least 8GB Ram. Clients post events to this service and complex situations it detects are emitted according to the rules coded into it using a web interface.

urishani gravatar imageurishani ( 2016-09-27 12:45:56 +0200 )edit

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answered 2016-09-27 14:03:46 +0200

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Per CEP: The Fiware CEP GE is the Proton (Proactive Technology Online) asset by IBM. It runs as a web application, on a platform such as Tomcat. The hardware requirements for the platform to would be at least 8GB Ram. Clients post events to this service and complex situations it detects are emitted according to the rules coded into it using a web interface. No programming skills are needed, yet clients need to implement RESTful calls with Json, XML or free text payloads to represent the events. When intensive stream of events needs to be handled, you can use a variation of Proton which is integrated with STORM.

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