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Esperwhispering: get your real-time data game on

Theo Schlossnagle (OmniTI/Circonus)
Average rating: ****.
(4.38, 8 ratings)

Esper is an open-source complex event processing (CEP) system. In this session we’ll understand how real-time data management different from traditional data management, how Esper works, the possibilities introduced by incorporating CEP into your software stack and how to go about integrating Esper.

Knowledge of SQL (though there will be no SQL), databases, data, the web and Java will be helpful in understanding the examples. Several real-world, real-time examples will be demonstrated.

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Theo Schlossnagle

OmniTI/Circonus

Theo Schlossnagle is a Founder and Principal at OmniTI where he designs and implements scalable solutions for highly trafficked sites and other clients in need of sound, scalable architectural engineering. He is the architect of the highly scalable Ecelerity mail transport agent. Theo is a participant in various open source communities including OpenSolaris, Linux, Apache, PostgreSQL, perl, and many others. He is a published author in the area of scalability and distributed systems as well as a veteran speaker in the open source conference circuit.

Theo founded several successful startups as engineering focused organizations including: OmniTI, Circonus, Message Systems and Fontdeck.

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Jeremiah Peschka
07/29/2011 10:29am PDT

This was a great talk. I walked away with a good understanding of what CEP is and where I could use Esper.