Processing complex business events with WebSphere eXtreme Scale, Part 1, Reducing the load on WebSphere Business Events

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Daniel McGinnes

Date archived: November 22, 2016 | First published: October 29, 2008

This two-part series shows how IBM® WebSphere® eXtreme Scale can be used to improve performance and scalability when processing complex business events. Part 1 introduces a traffic monitoring scenario and uses ObjectGrid on a stand-alone server to show how the scenario works. eXtreme Scale is used to pass high-volume raw events to a prefiltering application, which significantly reduces the processing load on Business Events. Part 2 builds on this scenario and uses a distributed ObjectGrid to partition the events based on the Business Events context ID. This introduces high availability and scalability, as events can be processed by multiple Business Events instances.

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