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StreamBase Version 7
StreamBase version 7 provides breakthrough enhancements to the usability of the industry’s only native visual development environment, dramatically increasing the speed and quality of application innovation by allowing both business users and IT to collaborate in building event-driven applications of all kinds.
StreamBase’s CTO, Richard Tibbetts, provides a short overview in the video below:
Redesigned Graphical Studio Language
The next generation of the StreamBase Studio development environment has been fundamentally redesigned with version 7, and provides advanced graphical code layout, hotkeys, group layout, and rendering controls; support for custom module and extension point styles; a new rendering look and feel to ensure code is easier to follow at a glance; new mouse and keyboard gestures to increase EventFlow coding productivity, such as on-canvas renaming of components; new hotkeys that give the ability to instantly create CEP language operators; and layout-alignment shortcuts.
StreamBase’s CTO, Richard Tibbetts, provides an update on StreamBase Studio:
Software Development Lifecycle Productivity
Software development lifecycle usability is dramatically enhanced in StreamBase 7, and helps developers test, deploy, debug and refactor applications more quickly then ever before. StreamBase 7 includes new code refactoring wizards; 400% faster application execution while debugging; the ability to attach Studio to a running StreamBase server; a new XML editor; dynamic extension points that allow users to configure StreamBase applications quickly at runtime; and support for 64-bit workstations for very large StreamBase application development.
Matt Fowles, Senior Software Engineer – StreamBase Runtime, provides an update on the new debugger:
StreamBase CEP Performance
Version 7 of StreamBase continues to advance StreamBase’s performance for applications requiring ultra-low latency. Already designed to meet the demands of microsecond-level low latency operations at high volumes (hundreds of thousands of events per second on a single commodity server), StreamBase 7 introduces new server configuration options that provide the user with fine-grained control of the tradeoffs between ultra-low-latency and throughput. StreamBase 7 introduces overall platform performance improvements of over 20% and microsecond-level optimizations of connectivity options.
Matt Fowles, Senior Software Engineer – StreamBase Runtime, provides an update on performance in StreamBase version 7:
Ultra Low Latency FIX Connectivity
StreamBase is already known for its low latency connectivity architecture and in StreamBase 7, FIX connectivity has been dramatically enhanced. In benchmark testing, the new StreamBaseFIX engine has clocked in at 50-75 microseconds send time depending on message size, all while running on Linux and commodity hardware.
StreamBase’s CTO, Richard Tibbetts provides an overview on StreamBaseFIX:
Connectivity Expansion Including Hardware-Based Middleware Integration
StreamBase has added 22 connectivity options in StreamBase 7 to make it easier for developers to connect StreamBase to their existing and next generation IT infrastructure, including hardware-based middleware for ultra-low latency operations, 10 new FX market connectivity options, FX price publication, and enhanced low latency middleware connectivity such as Wombat, 29West, Solace, and Tervela. Finally, a new 64-bit Microsoft Excel adapter supports very large spreadsheet connectivity to StreamBase data, with support for Office 2010.
StreamBase’s CTO, Richard Tibbetts provides an overview:
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