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Open source middleware protects and maintains CERN collider

June 14, 2012 No Comments

SOURCE: SearchSOA

The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN pushes the smallest known atomic particles to velocities near the speed of light using super-cooled electromagnets kept at operating temperatures near zero degrees Kelvin.

How do you effectively monitor a high-speed hotbed such as the supercollider? Felix Ehm, a member of CERN’s beam control group, says it can be done with specially tuned open source middleware. He described his experiences with such software – the Apache Camel integration framework and the ActiveMQ messaging system – at the recent CamelOne conference in Boston.

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