Wednesday Jan 21, 2015

Comprehensive Event Processing & Stream Explorer at Fusion Middleware Partner Community Forum 2015

The Fusion Middleware Partner Community Forum takes place March 3rd & 4th in Budapest Hungary. During this annual conference You as an Oracle Partner can get the latest updates on the Fusion Middleware 12c solutions. “The Cloud Platform for Digital Business” will be the theme of the 20th conference. Keynotes will be delivered from Amit Zavery, Andrew Sutherland and SOA, BPM and Mobile product management including live demos. On the second day you can choose between three tracks: SOA, BPM or WebLogic and Mobile. As part of the SOA track Marcel Amende will present:

Comprehensive Event Processing & Stream Explorer

Oracle Event Processing (OEP) is a key component in modern and comprehensive data processing. The presentation will explain usage scenarios of OEP in the context of Fast Data, Big Data, Analytics and Embedded. An introduction to the brand new Stream Explorer, a business friendly user interface for OEP, will be a major topic. Two demonstrations, will roundup the presentations: The first will demonstrate the processing of sensor data in a full round-trip, the second demo concentrates on embedded event processing in a logistics scenario.

Marcel Amende

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Oracle Germany

Senior Leitender Systemberater

Blog: http://a-men-de.blogspot.co.uk/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/a_men_de

LinkedIn: de.linkedin.com/pub/marcel-amende/1/abb/890


For details please visit our Fusion Middleware Partner Community Forum registration page here.


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Thursday Nov 06, 2014

OEP workshop November 21st 2014 Düsseldorf Germany

clip_image002We would like to invite you to attend our OEP  Workshop on Friday November 21st 2014 in Düsseldorf Germany.

For registration  please contact Kevin Li

Schedule

Full Day November 21st 2014

Oracle Düsseldorf, Hamborner Straße 51,  40472 Düsseldorf, Germany

Direction: http://www.oracle.com/de/corporate/contact/directions-oracle-gs-duesseldorf-1623482-de.pdf

Trainer

Yogesh Sontakke & Lloyd Williams

Agenda

Introduction to Oracle Event Processing (1 hr)

OEP Stream Explorer (45 mins)

Business Activity Monitoring 12c (45 mins)

OEP with SOA Event Delivery Network (30 mins)

OEP for Financial Services (30 mins) 

OEP for Telecommunications (30 mins)

OEP for Transportation/Logistics (30 mins)

Hands-on Lab (2 hrs)

Registration: Please contact Kevin Li

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Monday Sep 22, 2014

What’s new in Oracle Event Processing 12c? by Jon Petter Hjulstad

Oracle Event Processing is not the most frequently used tool in the Oracle SOA Suite, but more and more people now know about it. With some of the new features in BAM 12c many people will probably use it, without knowing that it is actually OEP behind there. OEP has allways been open and easy to adapt to your needs, but with this version it will be easier to show value fast. My personal favorite in this version is the REST adapter.
For those of you interested in OEP – the following document describes What’s New in OEP 12c. This is the type of document that I think is really useful for us when a new release is available. The SOA whitepaper on 12c is also excellent. Here is some of the improvements:

  • Quick start installation – like you now know from SOA/BPM
  • JDeveloper instead of Eclipse – better integrated with EDN
  • Better Coherence integration – support for compound keys and indexes
  • Improved CQL Engine – for instance sub-queries
  • Improved Spatial capabilities – for instance geo-fencing 3D volumes, such as buildings, mountains
  • Quick Development and testing
  • New event node adapters – QuickFix, REST Adapter, Distribution Adapter for out-of-process OEP application integration, CSV Adapter

Combination of Fast Data and Big Data is very interesting (and well supported in OEP), and that in combination with embedded OEP on small devices is something I think we will se a lot of in the coming years. Read the complete article here.


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Tuesday Aug 05, 2014

Responding in Real-Time with Big Data By Mala Ramakrishnan

For an organization to respond in real-time it needs to acquire or develop systems that can respond in real-time. Such systems need to be able to rapidly determine that a response is required and determine also what the appropriate and relevant response should be - they need to decide when and how to act. These kinds of decision-making systems are known as Decision Management Systems. To ensure that a response is delivered in real-time, more event-centric Decision Management Systems are required.

High-volume, high-speed front-line decisions must increasingly be made in real-time with big data and analytics that are actionable and operational. Oracle Event Processing and Oracle Real Time Decisions are core components of a solution that allows organizations to detect rapidly changing situations from massive volumes of high velocity data to make optimal, real-time business decisions.

Come to this webcast to hear James Taylor, CEO of Decision Management Solutions, discuss his latest research on why real-time responses must detect, analyze and act with greater automation. Watch the webcast on-demand here.

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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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Tuesday Sep 03, 2013

Getting Started with Oracle Event Processing 11g book review by Av Hjulstad, Jon Petter

Overview of Getting Started with Oracle Event Processing 11g (link to Packt site).

  • The book introduces developers to the benefits and uses of Event Stream Processing, teaches them how to solve Event Stream Processing problems, and explains the fundamentals of building an Oracle Event processing application in clear, practical steps.
  • It is an essential manual that helps users explore the evolution and major capabilities of this innovative Oracle product in a step-by-step, building block fashion.
  • It uses tutorials and practical examples to teach programmers how to create valuable and rewarding Event Driven foundational applications.

You can also read my book review here - I enjoyed reading the book.

Looking for additional SOA books or if you have published a book, please feel free to add it to our publications wiki!

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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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Tuesday Apr 02, 2013

Event Processing PS6 (11.1.1.7) available for download

Oracle Event Processing (OEP) PS6 (11.1.1.7) formally known as CEP is available forOracle Event Processing download. A Rich, Declarative Environment for Developing Event Processing Applications. A complete solution for building applications to filter, correlate, and process events in real time. Delivers on fast data, maximizing value from large volumes of varied and high velocity data in real time.

For download and details please visit OEP website at OTN

Thanks for the first feedback from Jon – send us yours @soacommunity!

Jon petter hjulstad Jon petter hjulstad I have looked at Oracle Event Prcessing 11.1.1.7 - great new NoSQL and Hadoop-features


New OEP PS6 features include:

  • Product artifact rename “Complex Event Processing” to “Event Processing”
  • Solutions/Packaging
  • Big Data Integration
  • User Defined CQL Fault Handlers
  • List-based Aggregations
  • Support for Eclipse Indigo (3.7.2)
  • Usability
  • Performance Optimizations

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Thursday Mar 14, 2013

Smart Meter – Oracle Event Processing DSS Demo (OEP)

For access to the Oracle demo systems please visit OPN and talk to your Partner Expert.

  • This demo leverages Oracle OEP with "Smart Meters" in Utilities sector to Manage Excessive Energy Consumption, Prevent Power Outages, and Initiate Pre-emptive Damage Avoidance Processes
  • This demo showcases:
  • A dashboard which captures of several event streams like Voltage, Current and Capacities of various substations in a distribution network.
  • Detection of threshold conditions across multiple event streams.
  • Usage of cache to Allow dynamic configuration of thresholds and Add (via join) contextual data to support aggregation.
  • Two types of pattern matching to find sustained conditions in the input stream flow of event data.
  • Alert generation using relations to represent state and state transitions and "missing event" patterns to monitor expected response(s).
  • Alarm management using pattern matching to remove extraneous alarm events.
  • Observation and edition of typical CQL Rules in OEP Visualizer.

DSS: OEP Smart Meter Demo Now Available  for more information and access visit OPN.

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