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In the following figure a simplified design of the architecture of the CEMon service is shown.

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The Resource handler is responsible for discovering and managing the resources. There are currently three types of resources (the set can be extended when/where needed):

  • The Sensors

  • The Query processors. These represent different processors to specify conditions

  • The Actions. These represent the possible different actions to be performed when certainconditions are satisfied

The Request Handler component is responsible for managing the asynchronous notifications, which are stored in a Subscription repository. Actually this repository is split in two entities: one for the predefined subscriptions and the other one for the subscriptions defined after an explicit subscription operation.

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