The eBAM (extended Business Activity Monitoring) project aims to realize an advanced platform for the monitoring of heterogeneous services and applications (infrastructures, processes, components) and the historical analysis of data. eBAM allows users to set the governance rules of their own monitoring system, by defining the events and services thresholds included in the BAM systems, so that users can view the most relevant events on their own systems at runtime.

eBAM main features

  • Real-time data management, based on the event logic
  • Automatic data collection from distributed systems
  • Settlement of event rules through CEP engine
  • Settlement of alarms and SLA
  • Monitoring console and control over services processes
  • Bidirectional interaction with external services.
  • The integration between eBAM and source systems is based on Adapters, specialized for each channel/protocol (log file; JMS, DB, SOAP code; etc.), which enable to:

  • Recover external messages, on which users can apply CEP rules to generate relevant events and alarms
  • Send notifications to external systems or actors.
  • Current Status

    The initial code is based on the Open Source Business Intelligence Platform SpagoBI.eBAM project is just provisioned. You can see the proposal here

    New and Noteworthy

    Leverage Eclipse Ecosystem

    The project aims to closely work with other Eclipse project areas such as Eclipse SOA Tools Platform, Eclipse Business Intelligence and Reporting Tools (BIRT), Eclipse modeling Tools and Eclipse TPTP.

    Vendor Neutral

    the project promotes open source runtime technology, based on Equinox, in order to create a comprehensive BAM solution


    the project architecture is based on a modular solution, so the users can always select and and use the components that more suit their needs.

    Proposed Components

    Here you can find the datailed list of the main components of eBAM solution

    The Company

    eBAM and SpagoBI ( The Open Source Business Intelligence Platform ) are supported by