Oracle Event Processing (OEP) for Oracle Java Embedded, a smaller footprint version of Oracle Event Processing tailored for deployment on gateways, has been introduced by Oracle. According to Oracle, OEP for Oracle Java Embedded is a solution for building embedded device applications to filter, correlate and process events in real-time so that downstream applications, services and event-driven architectures are driven by true, real-time intelligence. It is designed to handle large volumes of data coming from implementations such as industrial and building control, e-health, smart grid and home automation that need support for edge devices like wireless modules for machine to machine communication (M2M) and environmental sensors.
Oracle says the product is integrated and certified with Oracle Java Embedded Suite and is a key component of Oracle’s “device to data center” platform for simplifying and accelerating the implementation and deployment of M2M solutions and services.
With the increasing number of devices connecting to The Internet of Things, Oracle is seeing greater diversity of information sources, resulting in an explosion of data for organizations to manage, said Hasan Rizvi, executive vice president of Oracle Fusion Middleware and Java at Oracle.
OEP for Oracle Java Embedded moves the functionality of Oracle Event Processing closer to edge devices, providing reduced latency for faster critical decision making, remote operation for more effective use of network resources, as well as dynamic online application updates for more rapid time to market. Leveraging Oracle Coherence for in-memory grid computation and tightly integrated with Hadoop and NoSQL, Oracle says Event Processing is a key element of its Fast Data solutions, which are aimed at providing organizations with real-time insight into data before it gets inserted in big data warehouses.
More information is available about Oracle Event Processing for Oracle Java Embedded.