FIX adapter for StreamInsight

Over the last couple of month, Rapid Addition, a leading FIX and FAST solutions provider for the financial services industry, has been working closely with the StreamInsight team to enable StreamInsight Complex Event Processing queries to receive input feeds from Rapid Addition’s FIX engine and to send result events back into FIX. Earlier today, Toby…

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OSIsoft PI Adapter Release Candidate

Microsoft and OSIsoft have a long-standing partnership that includes a number of collaborations. One that is especially relevant for StreamInsight is their development of input and output adapters for the OSIsoft PI System. It enables PI users to seamlessly stream and exchange time series data between the PI historian and StreamInsight, where they can run complex event…


Stop() the Adapter

The purpose of this blog posting is to discuss the newly added Adapter.Stop() method. We’ll go over the scenarios where you might need to use it, explain the semantics of this method and offer some suggestions on how it might be used by adapter authors. There are many cases where the adapter is waiting on…


Time in StreamInsight (II)

Part 2: Advancing Time in a Stream The purpose of this post is to highlight some common cases where declaratively specifying settings for advancing time makes sense. You can also take a look at the product documentation: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff518502.aspx. It provides some useful background for this discussion. As you probably know by now, every StreamInsight computation…

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Time in StreamInsight (I)

Part 1: Assigning Timestamps to Events After having used the blog mainly for announcements, we’d like to get down to the real business and start posting more technical articles that will explore many different aspects of the framework. Let’s start with time, since this is a central concept in any event processing system. StreamInsight reasons…