Immerse yourself in the world of real-time event stream processing using Packt's new Book and eBook

May 2013 | Enterprise, Oracle

Packt is pleased to announce the publication of Getting Started with Oracle Event Processing 11g, a comprehensive guide to rapidly understand and delivering Event Driven Architecture (EDA) Applications. This book is available in print, eBook, Kindle and select library formats. The print book comes in at over 340 pages and is competitively priced at $49.99, while the eBook and Kindle versions are available for $23.99.

About the authors:

Alexandre Alves: With over 12 years of experience in software development working for large companies such as IBM and Oracle, Alexandre has also worked with network management, CORBA, JEE, web services, OSGi, BPEL, CEP, and middleware technologies in general. He has co-authored two BPEL books in the past and has authored OSGi In Depth.

Robin J. Smith: As a Product Management/Strategy Director at Oracle Corporation, Robin is responsible for the Event Driven Architecture and Complex Event Processing technologies, focusing on the evolution and delivery of the award winning and innovative Oracle Event Processing product, a corner-stone technology of the Oracle Event Driven Architecture strategy.

Lloyd Williams: With over 17 years of experience in the software development and IT industry, Lloyd is currently an Outbound Product Manager working for Oracle within the Business Integration team of the Oracle Fusion Middleware product family. He works with customers around the globe to develop solutions that integrate Oracle Event Processing with SOA and BPM solutions.

Oracle Event Processing (OEP) is a complete solution for building applications to filter, correlate, and process events in real-time so that downstream applications, service oriented architectures, and event-driven architectures are driven by true, real-time intelligence.

Getting Started with Oracle Event Processing 11g 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.

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.

This book covers the following areas:

Chapter 1: An Overview of Complex Event Processing

Chapter 2: An Overview of Oracle Event Processing

Chapter 3: Adapting Events for OEP

Chapter 4: Assembling and Configuring OEP Applications

Chapter 5: Coding with CQL

Chapter 6: Managing and Monitoring Applications

Chapter 7: Using Tables and Caches for Contextual Data

Chapter 8: Pattern Matching with CQL

Chapter 9: Implementing Performance Scaling, Concurrency, and High Availability for Oracle Event Processing

Chapter 10: Introducing Spatial: A Telemetric Use Case

Chapter 11: Extending CQL with Spatial and JDBC

Chapter 12: Looking Ahead: The Future of Oracle Event Processing

About Packt:

All books are Published by Packt Enterprise. Packt Enterprise is a publishing division of Packt Publishing designed to serve the information needs of IT Professionals in the Enterprise space. Packt Enterprise also publishes on Microsoft, SOA, IBM, Citrix, Java, Amazon, Google and SAP technologies.


Getting Started with Oracle Event Processing 11g
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