Amazon marketplace is a new offering that they describe as follows
AWS Marketplace is a curated digital catalog that makes it easy for customers to find, buy, deploy, and manage third-party software and services that customers need to build solutions and run their businesses. AWS Marketplace includes thousands of software listings from popular categories such as security, networking, storage, machine learning, business intelligence, database, and devOps and simplifies software licensing and procurement with flexible pricing options and multiple deployment methods.… Read More Python Plug-ins
Following on from the blog post introducing the new Apama EPL Python plug-ins feature, we provide a video that will give you a good insight into developing a Software AG Designer project using the Python plug-ins feature in Apama.
The video goes into detail about how to set up a new project and use Python plug-in methods from EPL code. PyDev
The video also shows you how to set up PyDev, which is a Python IDE for Eclipse and can be used for programming in Python – supporting code refactoring, graphical debugging and code analysis among other features.… Read More
In Apama 10.3 we introduced a new way to create extensions to EPL (the Apama language). In addition to writing extension points (plug-ins) to EPL in C++ and Java, it is now possible to also create them in Python.
The new interface to Python is a fully-fledged mapping between EPL and Python types allowing you to expose Python methods to be called directly from EPL with complex type arguments returning values and throwing exceptions directly back to EPL.… Read More
The latest version of Apama Community Edition has arrived bringing Python script execution, Prometheus monitoring and performance improvements.… Read More
Although we’ve tried our hardest to make the Apama Event Processing Language (EPL) familiar and easy to get into, there will always be some room for error. In this blog, we will explore some of the common ‘gotchas’ that often vex EPL newcomers, hopefully making the introductory experience as pleasant as possible.… Read More
Connectivity plug-ins can be written in Java or C++, and run inside the correlator process to allow messages to be sent and received to/from external systems
Individual plug-ins are combined together to form chains that define the path of a message, with the correlator host process at one end and an external system or library at the other, and with an optional sequence of message mapping transformations between them.
Refer TECHniques Blog post on Apama connectivity plug-ins.… Read More