Paremus, a developer of the Infiniflow enterprise service fabric, and EsperTech, a provider of advanced event stream processing technology, have announced a partnership agreement that will deliver dynamically deployable, scalable, distributed, event-driven architectures with enhanced resilience.
Esper is a lightweight multi-platform open source ESP/CEP engine designed for high volume real-time event stream and correlation processing where storing data in traditional databases for later querying is not a business option nor technically possible. Such continuous processing and event-driven architectures are being widely used in latency-sensitive systems for algorithmic trading, fraud or intrusion detection, RFID, real-time business intelligence and customer relationship management. EsperTech offers commercial licensing, enterprise grade services, support and add-ons to scale-up and sustain the benefits gained by deploying Esper into new or existing systems.
Infiniflow is a lightweight, distributed, service-oriented, runtime platform. An Infiniflow Enterprise Service Fabric allows the rapid deployment and automatic optimization and management of applications on commodity hardware in order to satisfy business requirements and control costs. Organizations with Infiniflow can take advantage of modular application development with OSGi technology and model-based, automated operational management with SCA (Service Component Architecture). The self-healing nature of Infiniflow ensures that applications deployed across the fabric enjoy enhanced resilience without the requirement for specialist hardware or software.