Event Engine Version 2.0
STATUS KEY : Specification Design and Architecture Development and Testing Complete
Manages the triggering of events based on the receiving of alerts.
FunctionalityThe Event Engine component is an event driven service that manages the triggering of events based on the receiving of alerts. The Event Engine works with three plugable services: the registry handler, the alert handler and the event handler. The registry handler is used by the Event Engine to map alert handlers to event handlers. When a specific alert is received a specific event will be triggered. An alert handler is responsible for notifying the Event Engine when a specific event takes place. An event handler performs a specific function when it's corresponding alert is received. The event engine manages the entire process.
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