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Eine Mikroservice-basierte Referenzarchitektur für interoperable, flexible und robuste Warnsysteme

A microservice based reference architecture for interoperable, flexible and robust warning systems
 
: Meissen, Ulrich; Pfennigschmidt, Stefan; Hardt, Markus; Faust, Daniel; Fuchs-Kittowski, Frank

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Freitag, Ulrike (Ed.) ; Gesellschaft für Informatik -GI-, Arbeitskreis Umweltinformationssysteme:
25. Workshops "Umweltinformationssysteme 2018 - Umweltdaten - in allen Dimensionen und zu jeder Zeit?, UIS 2018". Tagungsband. Online resource : Nürnberg, Deutschland, 7./8. Juni 2018
Nürnberg, 2018 (CEUR Workshop Proceedings 2197)
http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-2197/
pp.209-224
Gesellschaft für Informatik, Arbeitskreis Umweltinformationssysteme (Workshop) <25, 2018, Nürnberg>
German
Conference Paper, Electronic Publication
Fraunhofer FOKUS ()

Abstract
Currently, in environmental systems, and disaster management in particular, we are witnessing a general shift from isolated monolithic implementations to highly robust and functionally distributed information processing in a systems of systems approach. Warning systems can serve as a representative example of a class of applications where these new requirements can be observed. Currently, warning systems are primarily specific developments with a generally similar but custom-made and often monolithic architecture. In order to meet the new challenges, appropriate reference architectures for these types of system classes are required to prevent a complete reimplementation of each new system. This paper presents a reference architecture for warning systems developed and tested in the basis of the KATWARN warning systems. The approach has been tested in a wide range of applications, ranging from mass application of a public warning system with approximately 4 million users in Germany and Austria to local target group-specific warning systems for critical infrastructures and large chemical plants. Based on the principles of event-based and asynchronous architecture paradigms, the implementation is described in a Microservice-based reference architecture. The architecture shows how challenging requirements in regards to performance, robustness and scalability can be met in such distributed process environments.

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