Category: Getting started with Apama

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

Apama and Amazon Marketplace

Introduction 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.… Read More

Common mistakes in EPL

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.… Read More

Chain Managers – Dynamic Connectivity

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.… Read More