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  • Apache Eagle, Originally from eBay, Graduates to top-level project

    Apache Eagle, an open-source solution for identifying security and performance issues on big data platforms, graduates to Apache top level project on January 10, 2017. Firstly open-sourced by eBay on October 2015, Eagle was created to instantly detect access to sensitive data or malicious activities and, to take actions in a timely fashion.

  • Introducing Reactive Streams

    Modern software increasingly operates on data in near real-time. There is business value in sub-second responses to changing information and stream processing is one way to help turn data into knowledge as fast as possible, Kevin Webber explains in an introduction to Reactive Streams.

  • Terracotta's BigMemory 4.0 and In-Genius Products Offer Real-time Insights From Big Data Sources

    Terracotta’s BigMemory 4.0 and In-Genius products offer real-time analytics and insights from Big Data sources and integration with Hadoop. Terracotta recently announced the release of the new version of in-memory data platform BigMemory and In-Genius, an in-memory intelligence platform for Big Data.

  • Did CEP deliver for SOA and can it for Cloud?

    At the peak of the SOA hype, Complex Event Processing (CEP) was hailed as SOAs "next big thing". Since then several CEP solutions have come and gone, and the term CEP is not used as much as it once was. Has it failed to deliver on initial claims or has it simply become a core part of most SOA infrastructures that we take it for granted? And does CEP have anything to offer the Cloud?

  • Is CEP a pre-requisite for EDA or SOA?

    There has been a lot of discussion recently on the relationship between CEP EDA and SOA. This article excerpts some of these discussions in the community.

  • Complex Event Processing and EDA?

    Complex Event Processing systems and Event Driven Architectures have been identified as playing a larger role in sophisticated systems today and in the future. What that role is and how it is carried out are up for debate.

  • Orbitz Open Sources Monitoring Tools ERMA and Graphite

    Orbitz Worldwide, a leading global online travel company, has open sourced two monitoring tools Extremely Reusable Monitoring API (ERMA) and Graphite, a persistence and visualization component. ERMA is a home grown Java API and library that has been used in several web applications at Orbitz to capture monitoring statistics in the applications at run-time.

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