[erlang-questions] [ANN:] erlang_cep a new Complex Event Processing Library

Dan Macklin danmacklin10@REDACTED
Tue May 7 20:20:36 CEST 2013

Hi Tim,

I've only done a couple of stress tests on a single core VM running on my
home laptop.

For a very simple row filter I was able to do 10,000 transactions in 5.3

If you are able to build the code using rebar you can run the same test as


Please be aware though this was a very simple use case.

The feed_api should be fairly easy to use, but let me know if it isn't!

I look forward to hearing how you get on if / when you get the time to give
it a try.

Best Regards


On Tue, May 7, 2013 at 9:50 AM, Tim Watson <watson.timothy@REDACTED> wrote:

> Got any benchmarks? If/when I find time (and that's a fairly big if/when),
> I'd like to hook up RabbitMQ as an input source. Does the feeds API make
> that easy (ish) to do?
> Cheers
> Tim
> On 6 May 2013, at 19:41, Dan Macklin <danmacklin10@REDACTED> wrote:
> Hello,
> I'd like to announce the first beta release of erlang_cep.
> erlang_cep is a basic CEP (Complex Event Processing) library that is
> inspired by esper and couchdb.  It allows users to create size or time
> based windows, and then use erlang_js from Basho to write CEP functions.
> You can find the project at the following link :-
> https://github.com/danmacklin/erlang_cep
> I've written a fair amount of documentation and there are some simple
> examples checked into the project.
> I'm quite new to Erlang so any comments or suggestions would be gratefully
> received.
> Many thanks
> Dan
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