Aleri, a provider of enterprise-class complex event processing technology services, has integrated its Coral8 CEP engine with Microsoft’s Windows HPC Server 2008 for implementation of smart grid computing services and high performance complex analytics.
Aleri said that the combination of the Coral8 engine and Windows HPC Server 2008 provide real-time analytics and smart usage of grid services in order to provide decision making capabilities in complex areas such as risk management.
The Coral8 engine acts as a front-end real-time analytical service, looking for conditions, which require analytical computations/simulations that require the Microsoft HPC Grid. Once the Coral8 engine recognizes conditions it will pass the data via the C8E HPC output adapter to the Windows HPC Server 2008 which will perform the GRID computations and analysis. Windows HPC Server 2008 then passes the data back to the Coral8 engine via the C8E HPC input adapter, and Coral8 makes further analytic decisions based on delivered results, added Aleri.
John Morrell, vice president of marketing at Aleri, said: By integrating with Windows HPC Server 2008 we can provide our customers with an efficient way to perform complex tasks, beyond organizational boundaries. Integrating CEP capabilities with high-performance computing services will help our customers improve competitiveness by developing services that bring Continuous Intelligence capabilities for better insight into market and risk conditions.