Category: Connectivity

Batch Codecs

In Apama 10.3.1 we introduced the “Batch Accumulator” and the “Message List” codecs. Both of these codecs deal with handling batches of multiple events at the same time to support use cases with high event rates The “Batch Accumulator” codec You can easily add this codec to your connectivity plug-in chain, without changing anything else in your application or anything external, and it will allow events being sent from the connectivity transport to a correlator (host) to be batched.… Read More

Kafka and Apama

Aims of this blog My goal with this blog post is to show how to set up Apama with Kafka and how they can be used together in a stream processing application.… Read More

Introducing ‘apama_project’

Apama uses the concept of “bundles” to provide the ability to add connectivity such as Kafka or MQTT to the project, and also for adding EPL capabilities such as date/time formatting.… Read More

Introduction to Python Plug-ins

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.… Read More