Evaluating Transport Protocols for Real-Time Event Stream Processing Middleware and Applications

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Executive Summary

Real-Time Event Stream Processing (RT-ESP) applications must synchronize continuous data streams despite fluctuations in resource availability. Satisfying these needs of RT-ESP applications requires predictable QoS from the underlying publish/subscribe (pub/sub) middleware. If a transport protocol is not capable of meeting the QoS requirements within a dynamic environment, the middleware must be flexible enough to tune the existing transport protocol or switch to a transport protocol better suited to the changing operating conditions. Realizing such adaptive RT-ESP pub/sub middleware requires a thorough understanding of how different transport protocols behave under different operating conditions.

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