Dynamic Adaptation of Rules for Temporal Event Correlation in Distributed Systems

Rean Griffith, Joseph L. Hellerstein, Yixin Diao & Gail E. Kaiser
Event correlation is essential to realizing self-managing distributed systems. For example, distributed systems often require that events be correlated from multiple systems using temporal patterns to detect denial of service attacks and to warn of problems with business critical applications that run on multiple servers. This paper addresses how to specify timer values for temporal patterns so as to manage the trade-off between false alarms and undetected alarms. A central concern is addressing the variability...
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