By Mala Ramakrishnan on Jul 16, 2014
Event processing is an integral part of an Internet of Things platform. As massive amounts of data streams from sensing devices, it’s important to derive an understanding of what data is important and what’s not. Oracle Event Processing (OEP) delivers real-time analysis of high-velocity data. It is a complete solution for building IoT applications to filter, correlate and process events in real time so that downstream applications are driven by true, real-time intelligence. OEP filters out noise (such as data ticks without any change in values) and helps identify critical conditions before this data is actually relayed to the back-end. Built on industry standards including SQL, Java, and OSGI, it provides an open architecture for processing complex events.
Oracle Event Processing, part of Oracle SOA Suite, can handle up to a million messages per second at extremely low latencies when running on Oracle engineered systems, making it the ideal solution to perform real-time filtering, geo-location, and pattern matching on the massive streams of data generated by IoT "smart" devices.
Oracle SOA Suite 12c more tightly integrates the OEP platform with Oracle Service Bus and the Oracle SOA Suite Event Delivery Network (EDN). Oracle SOA Suite 12c takes the differentiation of having a unified interface a big step forward by integrating across all major components for Oracle SOA Suite, including Oracle Service Bus and Oracle Event Processing, into a single unified experience. This feature simplifies integration by eliminating the need to train developers, administrators, architects and others on separate components for every aspect of integration, which lowers cost and provides a faster time to integrate.
With Oracle SOA Suite 12c, OEP has been integrated into JDeveloper, providing a visually impressive component palette to create your applications by simply dragging and dropping the required artifacts onto the canvas. With each event node dropped, wizard driven prompting is shown to ensure that the correct and required parameters are quickly defined. Another major new feature is the Event Delivery Network (EDN) event adapter nodes, which provide that tight integration at runtime to Oracle SOA Suite composites and all other SOA components supporting the EDN.
Using the resource components window view, the Oracle Event Processing runtime server and application status can be easily reviewed and manipulated effectively.
Figure: Oracle Event Processing 12c – New for 12c, a unified JDeveloper Interface for all SOA integration types, including the design of real-time event flows via the Continuous Query Language.
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