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60 messages per second

Kx 1.3.2 is our next release of Kronometrix for X64 platform.  Currently we are busy testing some new features in our QA environment. We are sending data from 750 data sources, data delivered by our DataCenter Simulator. Each system is delivering 5 messages. 
Since yesterday we been processing more than 5 million messages at 60% usage.
Appliance Usage These are the main screens within the appliance administration, which shows the utilization and throughput of our system in real-time. As well we include some other information about how many users, subscriptions and data messages etc we are processing. 

and here the system utilization:

This runs our latext Kronometrix on a *very* old hardware appliance, on purpose to test and stress our software on a bit older spec. Red and Blue pipelines working just fine.
Kronometrix can consume events from different sources: IT computer systems, weather stations, loggers, applications in real-time. This means we can process and display data as soon as it arrives to our machinery.  And we can prepare the information for consumption to different dashboards, continuously. But not all data can be dispatched and displayed as soon as it arrives. Here is why and how we do it.

The red (hot) pipeline Inside our kernel we process all incoming data, the raw data on a main line, the red pipeline. This is the most important pipeline within our kernel analytics. Here we transform raw data in statistics, like MAX, MIN, in AVGes for charting across different time intervals.

All sorts of UI dashboards are attached to the red pipeline, to display data as immediate as it has been processed. On this line a high level of redundancy and efficiency is enforced. Here the kernel will spend as much as possible to filter and calculate things at a very fast rate so we spend lots…