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Processing Complex Events (During These, oh well, Complex Times) - Part III


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apama cep engine  The core of the Apama CEP platform is the CEP engine called CEP Correlator, which is a dedicated event “processor” where companies place their business logic. To create business rules, the MonitorScript language can handle declarative event expressions, imperative logic expressions, and temporal operators. Apama’s proprietary EPL supports determinism  and has control over determining events. The language can also cross-correlate many heterogeneous events. In addition, the CEP engine can Read More

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