Progress Software announces Apama 4.2 event processing platform
First Published 20th October 2009
Progress adds automated parallelization, enhanced debugging and tuning features to platform
Dr. John Bates, founder and general manager, Apama division of
Progress Software: "Our continuing commitment to both
productivity and performance is clearly shown in the
capabilities of Apama 4.2."
Progress Software Corporation (NASDAQ: PRGS), has announced the
availability of the Progress® Apama® 4.2 Event Processing
Platform. The Apama 4.2 release extends the capabilities of the
previously announced Apama Parallel Correlator, and introduces
new developer productivity features that are intended to
accelerate the deployment of event processing applications.
The Apama Parallel Correlator leverages multi-core, multi-processor hardware to deliver high throughput, low latency execution. In Apama 4.2, the company says, the high performance is made available without the low level scheduling complexities that often complicate the building of multi-threaded applications.
Dr. John Bates, founder and general manager of the Apama division of Progress Software, said: "Apama continues to raise the bar in complex event processing (CEP) leadership, as demonstrated in the recently published Forrester Research report ("The Forrester Wave™: Complex Event Processing Platforms, Q3 2009" Report). Our continuing commitment to both productivity and performance is clearly shown in the capabilities of Apama 4.2. Apama remains unique in the industry with its ability to bring the power of event processing to both business and IT users. This two-pronged approach is key to delivering event-driven applications that will allow organizations to be operationally responsive."