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This talk will present an architecture developed to investigate the interaction with and between animals. The architecture allows online processing of multimedia streams and the generation, storing and visualizing of events using feature extraction. It allows biologists to analyze the events by monitoring live or by replaying streams through a web interface Docker swarm is the central component of the architecture and serves as infrastructure for stream processing, event generation, event processing and visualization. The main entry point for users is a web interface that spins up one container per user and allows independent replay of streams. This talk will focus on the architecture and on technical details concerning its implementation as well as how docker is utilized to process, store and visualize events. Some time will be spent explaining details about custom made docker solutions.
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