A compromise archive platform for monitoring infrastructures
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PublisherBarcelona Supercomputing Center
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The great advancement in the technological field has led to an explosion in the amount of generated data. Many different sectors have understood the opportunity that acquiring, storing, and analyzing further information means, which has led to a broad proliferation of measurement devices. Those sensors’ typical job is to monitor the state of the enterprise ecosystem, which can range from a traditional factory, to a commercial mall, or even to the largest experiment on Earth. Big enterprises (BEs) are building their own big data architectures, usually made out of a combination of several state-of-the-art technologies. Finding new interesting data to measure, store and analyze, has become a daily process in the industrial field. However, small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) usually lack the resources needed to build those data handling architectures, not just in terms of hardware resources, but also in terms of contracting personnel who can master all those rapidly evolving technologies. Our research tries to adapt two world-wide-used technologies into a single but elastic and moldable one, by tuning them, to offer an alternative and efficient solution for this very specific, but common, scenario.
CitationGarcia Calatrava, C.; Cucchietti, F.; Becerra Fontal, Y. A compromise archive platform for monitoring infrastructures. A: . Barcelona Supercomputing Center, 2020, p. 23-24.