VirtualBox with SOA 12cR2 and StreameXplorer in 33 minutes by Peter van Nes

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In a previous article, VirtualBox with SOA, BPM, OSB and BAM in 33 minutes, i described how you could quickly create a new Oracle VirtualBox image from scratch with SOA 12cR1. When following the instructions in this article you get almost the same result, only differences are that you will have SOA 12cR2 installed with Oracle StreameXplorer.

Because the preparation is almost the same, follow the instructions in the VirtualBox with SOA, BPM, OSB and BAM in 33 minutes, till the step “Install Oracle Linux”. Only use the Github repository reddipped/soa12cR2install instead of reddipped/soa12cR1install. Continue from there with the following steps to complete the installation.

Install Oracle Db 12c SE2

Now Linux is up and running, logon as Oracle and run the installation script for Oracle DB Standard Edition 2 from the shared folder soa12cR1install/Db12cSE2.

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cd /media/sf_soa12cR2_install/Db12cSE2

./install

Install JDK 8u65

Install Java 8u65 by executing the following commands as Oracle.

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sudo -s

rpm -ivh /media/sf_soa12cR2_install/JDK8U65/jdk-8u65-linux-x64.rpm

exit

Create the oraInst.loc

When installing oracle products silently the location of the oracle inventory location should be created. This file specifies the location of the Oracle Inventory directory where the Installer creates the inventory of Oracle products installed on the system. Just cut-and-paste the following instructions as user Oracle. Read the complete article here.

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Connecting Stream Explorer and BAM by Waslley Souza

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When you are working with Oracle Stream Explorer and you need analytical data about the events, the easiest way is using Oracle BAM. The connection between the Oracle Stream Explorer and Oracle BAM is simple to create. In this post we will learn how to do this connection using JMS.

This is the structure of my CSV file.

In the Oracle Stream Explorer, go to the Exploration that you want to use.
Click Configure a Target.

Complete the form with information about your BAM server and click Finish.

This is the necessary setting in Oracle Stream Explorer.
Now, go to Oracle WebLogic Server and navigate to JMS Modules.

Click BAMJMSSystemResource, and then click New.
Create a new Queue with the same information you entered in Oracle Stream Explorer and click Next. Read the complete article here.

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Stream Analytics (Stream Explorer Version 2) ISW immersion Sales and Technical Training Event April 19th & 20th London UK

 

clip_image002The industry leading Real Time Streaming Analytics platform has arrived – Customer General Availability– April 28th.

Last year we released V1, Oracle Stream Explorer, with its new approach to providing customer streaming solutions in minutes rather than months, exploded adoption of the platform with deal sizes growing to the millions $$$. 2016 now reveals a massively enhanced platform which according to the analysts and customers changes the game to place Oracle as the industry leader.

The training will cover:

OSA for Sales: How to sell, why sell across all industries, domains and enhancing other compelling Oracle offerings, Big Data (Fast Data), Data Integration, IOT. Addressing the demand for FOG, on premise, hybrid and cloud services.

OSA for Technical: Basic foundational, intermediate and advanced hands-on intensive labs including – Visual GEOProcessing, our revolutionary new Streaming Predictive Machine Learning, Streaming Business Rules, Expression Builder, Topology viewer, Connection and Target profiling, Coherence and extended Event source/sink streaming end-points such as Kafka, MQTT.

How to use the new integrated Spark Streaming infrastructure, Cloud enablement, Services, now and arriving this year. LIMITED SPACE – Send an email to register and reserve a seat.

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StreamExplorer and Oracle Event Processor – installation instructions to quickly get going by Lucas Jellema

 

clip_image002This article discusses the installation of Oracle Event Processor 12c on Linux 64bit and the subsequent installation of Stream Explorer on top of OEP 12c. This article assumes Linux 64bit as the operating system. More specifically: it assumes the environment that can be produced following the instructions in my article Quickly produce a Linux 64 bit Ubuntu 14.04 Desktop environment using Vagrant and Puppet – as starting point for Oracle installations – Ubuntu 14.04 64bit plus Desktop and JDK 7U79. Note that other Linux 64bit environments are probably fine (even better maybe as Ubuntu is not officially certified with OEP). Note that in a subsequent article I am going to leverage Vagrant and Puppet to automatically install OEP and Stream Explorer – so as to stamp out VM images for researching OEP and SX without manual actions.

I assume that the Linux environment has a user oracle in a group oracle and a directory (tree) /u01/app/oracle of which user oracle is the owner. This directory is where the ORACLE_HOME will be based.

The following steps are required:

1. Download Software Packages for OEP and SX and JDeveloper

2. Install Oracle Event Processor

3. Install Stream Explorer (as OPatch on top of OEP)

4. Create an OEP Domain

5. Start the OEP Domain and access Stream Explorer in browser

optional: 6. Install JDeveloper and create a connection to OEP domain

1. Download Software Packages for OEP and SX and JDeveloper

Go to http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/middleware/complex-event-processing/downloads/index.html, accept the OTN license agreement, and download three files:

  • OEP – ofm_sx_generic_12.1.3.0.0_disk1_1of2.zip
  • Stream Explorer – ofm_sx_generic_12.1.3.0.1_disk1_2of2.zip
  • (optional) JDeveloper – fmw_12.1.3.0.0_soaqs_Disk1_1of1.zip

Read the complete article here.

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Stream Explorer Patch Update 2

 

clip_image002Today we posted the latest Stream Explorer Patch Update 2 on our Oracle Technology Network (OTN) Downloads page.

The attached document highlights the software updates and in addition, new samples are now available that you can have automatically included in your user experience.

Watch out! Oracle Stream Explorer Version 2 is in the pipe, scheduled to be showcased at Oracle Openworld San Francisco 2015, so feature rich I would take all day to describe, but in our opinion, it will take this technology to a whole new level, challenging competitors to even keep up.

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SOA & BPM Partner Community Webcast – January 26th get a Stream explorer update

 

clip_image001Attend our January edition of the SOA & BPM Partner Community Webcast live on January 26th 2016 16:00 CET.

Robin Smith

Product Management Stream Explorer

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Stream Explorer

The Oracle Stream Explorer platform provides a compelling combination of an easy-to-use visual façade to rapidly create and dynamically change Real Time Event Stream Processing (Fast Data) applications, together with a comprehensive run-time platform to manage and execute these solutions.

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Stream Explorer – configuring REST target By Jernej Kaše

 

clip_image002I’ve blogged about how to consume REST with Oracle Stream Explorer in previous posts Exploring data streams with Oracle Stream Explorer – part 1 and Exploring data streams with Oracle Stream Explorer – part 2.

This time we are going to take a look how to configure stream explorer to send events to a REST service.

We’ll start by creating an exploration which summarizes tweets per minute per each of the keywords we have: Configuring a REST target

Configuring a target is as simple as a few clicks. Just click the "Configure a target" button, select REST from the dropdown and enter your REST service url. Note that building the service is not in the scope of this blog, suffice to say it should expect parameters which your exploration emits. Read the complete article here.

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Stream Explorer and JMS for both inbound and outbound interaction by Lucas Jellema

 

clip_image002In this article, we will look at the very common interaction between Stream Explorer and JMS. JMS is a commonly used channel for decoupled exchange of messages or events. Stream Explorer can both consume messages from a JMS destination (through Stream) and publish findings to a JMS destination (with a target). The use case we discuss here is about temperature sensors: small devices distributed over a building, measuring the local room temperature every few seconds and reporting it over JMS. The Stream Explorer application has to look out for rooms with quickly increasing temperatures and report those over a second JMS queue. Note: this article describes the Java (SE) code used for generating temperature signals. This class generates temperature values (in Celsius!) for a number of rooms, and publishes these to the queue temperatureMeasurements. At some random point, the class will start a fire in a randomly selected room. In this room, temperatures will soon be over 100 degrees. Also in this article is Java class HotRoomAlertProcessor  that consumes messages from a second JMS Queue. Any message received on that queue is reported to the console.

Our objective in this article is to read the temperature measurements from the JMS Queue into a Stream Explorer application, calculate the average value per room and then detect the room on fire. This hot room should then be reported to the JMS Queue.

Open Stream Explorer and from the Stream Explorer Catalog page, create a new item of type Stream. Select JMS as the source type. Read the whole article here.

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Stream Explorer 8 new videos at YouTube

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Oracle Stream Explorer is a business user friendly tool enabling you to create innovative, sophisticated, real time, streaming analytics applications in minutes. This playlist will give you an introduction to Oracle Stream Explorer as well as taking you through some basic and more advanced tasks. Watch the videos here.

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A First Glance at Oracle Stream Explorer 12c by Arturo Viveros

 

clip_image002The brand new Oracle Stream Explorer 12c has been released today. The idea behind this product, which gives it a lot of relevance, is to bring simplicity, usability and enterprise readiness to Event Processing.
We have talked before about Industrial SOA, and the impact that such concepts as: IoT, Social Media, Mobile, Fast Data bring to the table. With this in mind, we have to acknowledge that enterprises nowadays, constantly find themselves dealing with huge, endless amounts of data in motion.
Oracle’s pitch in this sense, with Oracle SX, is to put this Real Time Streaming Intelligence in the hands of Business Users and Integrators, who can instantly determine the business value of the information and its relevance as business opportunities and threats.
So let’s take a look at the product istself:

As you can see, Oracle SX looks really cool!!, and the first thing we must say in this regard, is that the product’s user interface has been entirely built using Alta UI. Hence we are practically guaranteed a very favorable user experience which is not only nice, but will also help us position the tool in our clients.
Functionality-wise, SX abstracts event processing capabilities to a degree in which the user requires no knowledge whatsoever of Real Time Event Driven Architectures, Continuous Query Language (CQL), Java Event Server or the semantics of Event Stream Processing Application Models.
Basically, Stream Explorer introduces three main concepts that we must understand in order to configure the scenarios we want: Read the complete article here.

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