Performance modeling and benchmarking of event-based systems

@inproceedings{Sachs2011PerformanceMA,
  title={Performance modeling and benchmarking of event-based systems},
  author={Kai Sachs},
  year={2011}
}
Event-based systems (EBS) are increasingly used as underlying technology in many mission critical areas and large-scale environments, such as environmental monitoring and locationbased services. Moreover, novel event-based applications are typically highly distributed and data intensive with stringent requirements for performance and scalability. Common approaches to address these requirements are benchmarking and performance modeling. However, there was a lack of general performance modeling… CONTINUE READING
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