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The current v4.2 release, the third in the v4.x family adds significant enhancements in three concurrent themes - Performance, Productivity and Integration.
This consistent thematic model is one we've held for a number of
years. Below I've touched upon the highlights of the current
release along these themes:
Jamming with Java. We've
enhanced our support for Java for building CEP applications. The Apama
Studio includes a complete set of wizards for creating monitors,
listeners, and events to improve the development process when building
java-based CEP applications in Apama.
Well that's the highlights. There were also about a dozen other
features within each of these three themes, just too numerous to
We are committed to improving the Apama product by listening to our
many customers, paying close attention to the ever-changing competitive
landscape and researching new opportunities.
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