[erlang-questions] Any 'Complex Event Processing' framework o n Erlang ?
Mon Nov 29 08:49:43 CET 2010
Here is a talk about a CEP prototype at SAP research labs:
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> From: erlang-questions@REDACTED
> Behalf Of Banibrata Dutta
> Sent: 28 November 2010 05:54
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> Subject: [erlang-questions] Any 'Complex Event Processing'
> framework on
> Erlang ?
> Did my search, and only found a blog-post on how this would be a great
> combination, and a mailing list post on similar lines, with a
> suggestion for using the Actor pattern.
> Is anyone aware of a CEP implementation in Erlang, or any
> suggestions. My main fundamental need is real-time processing of Alarm
> pipeline, and their correlation.
> Esper (in Java and .NET) seem like near perfect choices, to
> put things in context. Any pointers, advice etc. would be very useful.
> Banibrata Dutta
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