In this post, it discusses a possible solution to the first query of WSO2 Virtual15 hackathon, which was held on 26th September 2015. This post was written as a follow up to “Querying complex event streams with WSO2 CEP 4.0.0” to provide more in-depth knowledge on querying complex event streams using a real world example.
The hackathon took the same format as the DEBS 2014 Grand Challenge, posing a real world data set and a set of problems. The data set it used was originated from 2125 smart plugs deployed across 40 houses, where events get emitted to the stream roughly every second for each sensor in each smart plug. At the hackathon, participants were expected to came up with a solution to two queries. Among them, the first query was to come up with a load prediction query to predict load based on current load measurements and those of recorded historical data. In this post, it discusses a possible query (or a solution) to predict load according to their specification. Continue reading Solving WSO2 Virtual15 hackathon query using WSO2 CEP 4.0.0
What are complex event streams?
Events such as flight arrivals, departures and passenger check-ins in a busy airport, credit card processing in a credit card company, usage statistics generated by smart equipment such as smart plugs, fitness trackers can generate a constant high volume, stream of events. Such streams, which contains a large number of event data are known as complex event streams.
What is complex event processing?
Simply put, processing multiple event streams to identifying meaningful patterns from complex event streams, analyze their impacts, and acts on them in real time is known as complex event processing. To perform that process, CEP incorporates event visualization, event databases, event-driven middleware, and event processing languages (such as SiddhiQL, StreamSQL)
In the modern competitive business environment, complex event processing helps businesses to become a more agile and connected. Moreover, it also allows businesses to anticipate risks or flag opportunities in real time, thereby responding to urgent business situations with both speed and precision. Continue reading Querying complex event streams with WSO2 CEP 4.0.0
In this blog post, it’s going to guide you through the steps which involve in creating a simple chat application using WSO2‘s Jaggery Framework.
What is Jaggery?
Functionality of the Chat Application
In this tutorial, it will only focus on providing these basic requirements for the Chat application.
- Create a chat room with a unique id.
- Join existing chat-room using it’s unique id.
- Have multiple chat rooms opened in multiple tabs.
- Kick off users from the chat room.
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