Equipe / Team : ASCOLA
Participants : Thomas Ledoux (correspondant),
Licence : GNU GPL v2
Mots clés : Monitoring, context-aware applications, complex event processing
Résumé : WildCAT is a generic Java framework for context-aware applications. It permits the monitoring of large-scale applications by allowing developers to easily organize and access resources through a hierarchical organization backed with a powerful SQL-like language to inspect sensors data and to trigger actions upon particular conditions. WildCAT proposes two modes to inspect the resources : a pull mode relies on synchronous communication and a push one relies on asynchronous communication. In the pull mode, developers programmatically get and set attributes. In the push mode, developers register listeners on queries expressed over the events generated by the backend. WildCAT is an official project of the OW2 open source consortium.