Archive for April 20, 2011
On April 19th, AMIS organized a BYOL session (bring your own laptop) on Complex Event Processing. This session was a combination of lecture and demo, some discussion and handson by participants on their own laptops using a virtual machine handed out by the instructor. This session was intended to the audience going with CEP – help them over the initial threshold and get a good understanding for when CEP might come in useful, how it can be applied and how (simple) CQL queries can be constructed to tackle real world challenges.
The Virtual Machine that was used contained the Oracle CEP 11R1 PS3 release – Eclipse with CEP plugin as IDE and the CEP Server – and was quite light weight. The instructions below were used in the context of that machine – and start right after the installation of the CEP environment is complete. You can use these same instructions to also get going with CEP. Good Luck!