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CEP Partners @ SIFMA June 12, 2008

Posted by newyorkscot in Complex Event Processing.

I spent some time with our CEP friends at SIFMA this week – lots of new stuff going on…

Aleri – their booth was BUZZING over the last few days, mainly due to the very cool (Lab49 built) user interface for the Market Liquidity Analysis (MLA) tool. I spoke to a lot of partners, reporters and client prospects about this, almost all of whom were really excited and impressed by the offering. Aleri also have a number of feature upgrades.

Apama announced version 4.0 that vastly improves latency, and some new offerings including a deal with NYSE Euronext’s Advanced Trading Solutions group to provide their algo platform as a hosted offering. They also announced a port to Solaris 10, and a new “real-time pricing accelerator”. Just as important, Apama had an open bar at the conference – those beers were needed late in the afternoon..

Coral8 – also announced a packaged offering with Wombat (ie NYSE Euronext ATS), and also got a nice client announcement in the form of market surveillance for LiquidNet.

Oracle – spoke to the folks at Oracle about their new combined Oracle-BEA offering that incorporates the Oracle Continuous Query language (CQL), the BEA Weblogic Event Server java container, Coherence for Distributed Cache, plus some new graphical improvements on the IDE front (finally!) and High Availability (HA) story. Clearly, an enterprise / scalability play.

Streambase announced their new 6.0 version with an improved development & testing environment that now includes the ability debug CEP code through breakpoints, and support for unit testing (we got a demo and it is very cool). This should really help those nasty synchronization timing problems we have seen with presenting market data and complex derived data simultaneously to the user. Streambase are also narrowing their industry focus down to FS and Federal verticals, hiring more domain experts and refreshing their executive team. Good news all around.


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