In real-time processing, small groups of transactions are processed on demand. Instead of a single run, there is data that arrives continuously to be processed by a program. The load of processing data is spread across the day when transactions occur. The advantage of real-time processing is that it increases access to data, runs with fewer resources, and improves uptime. With continuous integration of data, you have knowledge of your business as transactions occur. With small groups of transactions to process, it can be run periodically during the day without impacting interactive users. If an error occurs, staff that is already on site can handle it immediately, and the system has a larger window of time to recover. It is more difficult to design real-time processing and it includes some additional overhead, so not every system should be architected as real-time. ...
ABG implemented Event Stream Processing Solution
Possessing knowledge and expertise in Event Stream Processing, ABG managed to deliver projects to leading Telco providers in the region. Facing challenges to fulfill the clients' requirements, ABG teams developed functions and innovative applications to get the most out of the solution. The implementation was for stream processing solution to manage a high volume of events generated from their messaging bus, for real time processing (e.g. data enrichment), then refeed event to the messaging bus.