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FERARI: a prototype for complex event processing over streaming multi-cloud platforms

Flouris Ioannis, Manikaki Vasiliki, Giatrakos Nikolaos, Deligiannakis Antonios, Garofalakis Minos, Mock Michael, Bothe Sebastian, Skarbovsky Inna, Fournier Fabiana, Štajcer Marko, Križan Tomislav, Yom-Tov, Jonathan, Čurin Taji

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Year 2016
Type of Item Conference Full Paper
Bibliographic Citation I. Flouris, V. Manikaki, N. Giatrakos, A. Deligiannakis, M. Garofalakis, M. Mock, S. Bothe, I. Skarbovsky, F. Fournier, M. Štajcer, T. Križan, J. Yom-Tov and T. Čurin, "FERARI: a prototype for complex event processing over streaming multi-cloud platforms," in ACM SIGMOD International Conference on Management of Data, 2016, pp. 2093-2096. doi : 10.1145/2882903.2899395
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In this demo, we present FERARI, a prototype that enables realtime Complex Event Processing (CEP) for large volume event data streams over distributed topologies. Our prototype constitutes, to our knowledge, the first complete, multi-cloud based end-to-end CEP solution incorporating: a) a user-friendly, web-based query authoring tool, (b) a powerful CEP engine implemented on top of a streaming cloud platform, (c) a CEP optimizer that chooses the best query execution plan with respect to low latency and/or reduced inter-cloud communication burden, and (d) a query analytics dashboard encompassing graph and map visualization tools to provide a holistic picture with respect to the detected complex events to final stakeholders. As a proof-of-concept, we apply FERARI to enable mobile fraud detection over real, properly anonymized, telecommunication data from T-Hrvatski Telekom network in Croatia.