Category: Getting started with Apama

Logging in Apama

Logging is a very useful way to understand the internal workings and state of an application, be it debugging information when an action is called, or error information when something has gone wrong.  … Read More

More advanced EPL: Contexts, channels and event filtering

In the Apama EPL first steps blog, we explored the basic concepts and constructs used to create EPL programs. In this blog, we will build upon this and look at some more advanced features of the EPL language, namely those around sending and receiving events, as well as extending our knowledge of filtering specific patterns of events.… Read More

Inheritance? In Apama?

One of the common questions we hear about Apama, and EPL, is: “How can I create derived classes?” The naive answer is “you can’t” – but let’s dig a little deeper.… Read More

EPL Memory Profiler

EPL Memory profiling is about investigating and analyzing an Apama application’s behavior to aid in optimizations for better memory usage and identifying any leaks.… Read More

Getting Started Webinar

Hopefully you will have seen our webinar which gave an insight into the type of applications that can be built rapidly with Apama Community Edition – if not – you can see it here.… Read More

Why We Love Apama

In the rapidly expanding ecosystems of Complex Event Processing (CEP) and Event Stream Processing (ESP, also known as Stream Processing) together known as Streaming Analytics, Apama is no longer the only choice available.… Read More