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Those rules to which consumers register. This property increases performance and reduces computation efforts of the overall system. evenT siTuaTion manaGemenT The Event Situation Management component (9) (see Figure 10) provides CEP service virtualization capabilities, by seamlessly managing the CEP rules and the CEP Grid structure as well as its performance optimization. This capability of centralized design and life cycle management supports compliance regulations of events, and a single dashboard and reporting mechanism to the CEP grid service.

Each node contributes partial calculation, either producing an inferred event that is dispatched to consumers, or serving as a common mathematical effort for another inferred event. Thus, each fundamental situation is calculated only once. The second mechanism involves the reduction of overall processed data, by either preventing events from entering the grid, or stopping them from propagating into the system (based on content). The specifications of which events should be blocked may be done locally at each CEP unit, or for the grid as a whole.

Based on the outcomes of the rules, three major actions can be derived: 1. 1) instance of the Event Sourcing Level 1 component, to retrieve more events and information. This mechanism of recursive probing reduces the calculation efforts in the system. Consider the case of detecting a degradation in a transaction overall performance from the time a 3. user submits a query from a web UI, until a response was generated. The root-cause for this might be the load on a Database server, or on a network hub.

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