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Thursday, June 28, 2007

As mentioned in my previous Blog, StreamCruncher 2.0, when it will be ready (hopefully, in a week or two) will have a much simpler API, will be easier to setup Input Streams, publish Events and also to consume the results from the Output Stream. The end User will not have to deal with the Database at all.

Even inside the Kernel, the use of the underlying Database has been minimized to the extent possible. Most of the operations are done inside the Kernel! Which means that the Events are passed around as references, which reduces the overall GC pause times because of reduced garbage (Event copies). Pre-Filtering in the Partition-Where clauses are also done inside the Kernel itself, instead of relying on the Database. Chained-Partitions will be much faster because the intermediate Database Tables have been got rid of!

As a result of all these changes, the performance has gone up considerably and the average latency has gone down.

Saturday, June 16, 2007

Coming soon...a leaner and meaner StreamCruncher 2.0. With rather major changes to the internal architecture and API. Some preliminary tests on the TimeWindowFPerfTest revealed a 75% increase in performance!! Previous results.