DataStorm Project: Developing Integrated Real-Time Monitoring Framework for Cloud-Based Systems

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DataStorm project is developed by University of Stavanger (UiS) and Stanford University (SU) and is based on previous BioSTORM project. It aims at developing integrated real-time monitoring framework for cloud-based systems. BioSTORM (Biological Spatio-Temporal Outbreak Reasoning Module) project created ontology-driven framework for developing JADE agent systems. Project demonstrated that rich modeling environment that allowed for declarative model definition and its validation was a success in disease outbreak detection modeling. From the time BioSTORM was started streams of data to be analyzed have been rapidly increasing in size and amount. JADE-based deployment become a bottleneck of the framework. Last year, UiS (with CloudCom.org) and SU have started creating new framework called DataStorm to address the problem of the previous version. Two main goals were: using Hadoop as a main deployment platform and restructuring the framework to facilitate generic data analysis. Initial version of the new framework is described in papers An Ontology-driven Framework for Deploying Clo...

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