Apr 18, 2017 | Keith Caceres
60East customers often integrate their AMPS deployments with the wider ecosystem of cloud storage providers, text search and analysis platforms, and the Apache ecosystem of big data tools such as Spark and Hadoop. One common integration request is the ability to pull an AMPS message stream directly into Apache Flume...
flume big data integration
Apr 6, 2017 | David Noor
In AMPS 5.2, we’ve introduced a new set of capabilites for modifying messages as they are published to AMPS: Message Preprocessing and Message Enrichment. Both features are configured in your AMPS configuration file, on the individual SOW Topics where you would like to use them. These new capabilities can streamline...
enrichment preprocessing transformation
Apr 1, 2017 | 60East Hype Division
60East Technologies is thrilled to launch the world’s most advanced online ASCII movie service, http://asciiflix.com. The first project of the new 60East Media Division, this new service leverages the precision and parallelism of 60East’s Advanced Message Processing System (AMPS), using the transaction log replay and State-of-the-World functionality to deliver the...
media asciiflix unicorn busterkeaton
Mar 30, 2017 | David Noor
AMPS 5.2 introduces a powerful new capability for subscribers to create custom aggregations and projections to AMPS SOW topics – with no configuration necessary! We call this functionality Aggregated subscriptions. Aggregated subscriptions are like private views for an individual subscription. You no longer have to reconfigure and restart AMPS to...
views aggregation conflation
Mar 28, 2017 | David Noor
In some applications, unique identifiers for objects change through the object’s lifetime. It can be difficult to decide how to model this in systems where an identifier is necessary, such as topics in the AMPS State-of-the-World (SOW). A prime example of this problem is in FIX Order ID Chaining. The...
order chaining fix combining updates
Mar 21, 2017 | Ray Imber
Imagine, if you will, the following scenario. You have an AMPS SOW topic representing the state of orders in your business. You have a well tuned AMPS configuration, you have optimized your client applications and your network is at optimal capacity. You are processing millions of messages and everybody seems...
actions trigger action-on-message-condition-timeout
Mar 15, 2017 | Pavel K.
Mar 13, 2017 | Pavel K.
Every system needs control, and AMPS is no exception. We already have a pretty powerful and flexible Admin module that provides various information about the AMPS instance and the host system, in several formats such as XML, JSON, CSV, and plain text. It is very convenient for applications, scripts, services…...
amps galvanometer monitoring administration
Mar 8, 2017 | Dirk Myers
AMPS 5.2 is now available. This release of AMPS includes new features designed to help manage extremely complex, high-volume data flows that require data transformation in the AMPS server — while maintaining the performance and ease of use that AMPS is known for. The release also includes a set of...
Jul 22, 2016 | Pavel K.
The Advanced Message Processing System (AMPS) from 60East Technologies is a state-of-the-art technology that powers up many of the Fortune 500 companies. Developers who tried AMPS love it and use it in their products. But is there an easy way to test features of AMPS without having access to a...
amps cloud evaluation dashboard
Jun 15, 2016 | Tom Martens
In this post, we will revisit the topic of extending the AMPS client to provide a bookmark store for stateless clients. This post is in response to requests for a simple stateless store that does not provide all of the functionality of the local stores, but instead just makes it...
stateless 60east python bookmark replay
Apr 1, 2016 | Dirk Myers
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