Monday Sep 16, 2013

Detect, Analyze, Act – Fast! by Ajay Khanna

In fast changing business environment, it becomes crucial to identify business opportunities and business issues as soon as possible. If identified at the right time, business managers can address issues before they escalate to serious problems and can take advantage of the new opportunities before the competition does. Moreover, they have to be efficient to do this at the right cost.
Success depends on how responsive organization is to emerging events and changing environment. These events can be customer issues, competition moves, changes in regulations, or changes in company policies.

In order to be responsive in such situations, organizations need to first identify and track these situations. They can do that via business activity monitoring (BAM) and complex event processing (CEP). A unified monitoring dashboard helps put together a comprehensive picture of the situation in hand and provides deep insight to take proper actions. With CEP, businesses can connect all the relevant events, detect event patterns and take immediate actions using Business Process Management system.

So to be responsive we need:

Real-Time Visibility with Business Activity Monitoring
You can use BAM technology to monitor progress, track performance, meet service-level agreements (SLAs), manage exceptions, and issue alerts to an employee or application when a process is not functioning properly - all in real time. A unified monitoring dashboard helps you maintain a complete picture of each situation so you can take action effectively. BAM works hand in hand with BPM software to discover the significant activities that drive business success.

Real-Time Sense and Respond
An event-driven BPM solution enables each step in a business process to be informed not only by the previous step, but also by any other step, data, and pattern of behavior deemed relevant to that step. This gives the company the ability to “sense and respond.” You can describe interesting event patterns and event correlations and monitor the business in real-time. Whenever a pre-defined pattern emerges you can take actions like raising alerts, notifications, or kicking off another business process.

This synergy possible by integrating activity monitoring, event processing, and BPM makes it possible for managers to keep a finger on the pulse of their business. Business managers can now respond to customers faster, respond to competition faster, reduce fraud and do more cross-selling.

Read more about being responsive in the whitepaper “The Instantly Responsive Enterprise: Integrating BPM and Complex Event Processing” in BPM Resource Kit.

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Friday Jun 21, 2013

Oracle Event Processing PS6 Enhancements & Quick Start Guide

The latest release of Oracle Event Processing (OEP) is focused on the Big Data Integration = Fast Data.

New features include: Oracle Event Processing

  • Product artifact rename "Complex Event Processing" to “Event Processing”
  • Solutions/Packaging
    • Parameterized OEP applications and libraries, with public metadata to document the application
  • Big Data Integration (FAST DATA)
    • NoSqlDb Cartridge
    • Hadoop Cartridge
  • User Defined CQL Fault Handlers
    • Allows developer to catch and handle errors that occur in CQL queries
  • List-based Aggregations
    • Allows CQL aggregation functions to create Java collections
  • Support for Eclipse Indigo (3.7.2)
  • Usability
    • Persistence for EventInspector configuration
  • Performance Optimizations

At our SOA Community Workspace (SOA Community membership required) you can find the OEP PS6 Enhancements.pptx & Oracle CEP Quick Start.ppt

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Monday Dec 17, 2012

Installing Oracle Event Processing 11g by Antoney Reynolds

Earlier this month I was involved in organizing the Monument Family History Day. It was certainly a complex event, with dozens of presenters, guides and 100s of visitors. So with that experience of a complex event under my belt I decided to refresh my acquaintance with Oracle Event Processing (CEP).
CEP has a developer side based on Eclipse and a runtime environment.

Server install

The server install is very straightforward (documentation). It is recommended to use the JRockit JDK with CEP so the steps to set up a working CEP server environment are:image

  • Download required software
    • JRockit - I used Oracle “JRockit 6 - R28.2.5” which includes “JRockit Mission Control 4.1” and “JRockit Real Time 4.1”.
    • Oracle Event Processor - I used “Complex Event Processing Release 11gR1 (11.1.1.6.0)”
  • Install JRockit
    • Run the JRockit installer, the download is an executable binary that just needs to be marked as executable.
  • Install CEP
    • Unzip the downloaded file
    • Run the CEP installer, the unzipped file is an executable binary that may need to be marked as executable.
    • Choose a custom install and add the examples if needed.
      • It is not recommended to add the examples to a production environment but they can be helpful in development.

Developer Install

The developer install requires several steps (documentation). A developer install needs access to the software for the server install, although JRockit isn’t necessary for development use.
Read the full article by Antony Reynolds.

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Friday Nov 25, 2011

Official Oracle SOA Suite 11g Samples

Looking for Oracle SOA Suite Samples?

The SOA team has created a new Official Oracle SOA Suite 11g Samples project at Java.Net for the product samples referenced in the Oracle SOA Suite documentation.There is no membership required to browse and download the samples. Just go there and get started by clicking on the component you are interested in!

Want to share your own samples with the world?

Great! You can create your own projects as a member of Java.Net.

Want to discuss these samples?

Please use the Oracle Technology Network (OTN) forums for any discussion regarding the samples: Oracle Technology Network forum page The forum link for each component is provided on the corresponding tab.

Visit the SOA Products Page on OTN for product information on any of the SOA components. Oracle Technology Network product page

We have samples for Adapters, B2B, BAM, BPEL PM, BPM, Business Rules, CEP, Human Workflow, Mediator, Notification, Oracle Service Bus, Spring and Transformations.

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