SAS® Event Stream Processing

Build projects to process and analyze volumes of continuously flowing events. SAS Event Stream Processing enables you to use streaming analytics and machine learning to uncover insights from those events and make real-time intelligent decisions.  Use the intuitive visual interface to define, test, and refine projects.

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The most recent release is SAS Event Stream Processing 6.2.  

What's New in SAS Event Stream Processing 6.2

  • New cloud-native capabilities with pre-built Docker images
  • Enhancements to SAS Event Stream Processing Studio, including an improved test mode and expression validation
  • Enhancements to SAS Event Stream Processing Streamviewer, including new and easier-to-understand icons
  • New and improved adapters, including the new OPC-DA adapter
  • Enhancements to ESPPy, including support for a group windows connected in a specific way as templates, which then can be reused within a Python program
  • New ESP Server Connection API that uses the WebSocket protocol that enables ESP functions to operate with minimal system resources
  • Improvements to the Image Processing Algorithm to support more flexible image processing
  • Expanded support for Deep Learning functionality available from SAS Visual Data Mining and Machine Learning
  • Enhanced Analytical support, including the new online models Kalman FilterSlice Operations, and Smoothing, and expanded ASTORE support
  • New capability to start and stop event stream processing projects on Kubernetes clusters using SAS Event Stream Manager

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SAS Event Stream Processing 6.2


Previous Versions

4.3

SAS Event Stream Manager 4.3

The documentation below is provided on a secure site that requires an access key. Licensed customers can request the access key from SAS Technical Support. To expedite your request, please include SAS Event Stream Manager in the subject field of the form.

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3.2

  • SAS Event Stream Processing 3.2: Overview PDF
  • SAS Event Stream Processing 3.2: User's Guide PDF
  • DataFlux Expression Language 2.5: Reference Guide PDF
  • SAS 9.4 Logging: Configuration and Programming Reference, Second Edition PDF | HTML
  • System Requirements--SAS Event Stream Processing 3.2 HTML

3.1

  • SAS Event Stream Processing 3.1: Overview PDF
  • SAS Event Stream Processing 3.1: User's Guide PDF
  • DataFlux Expression Language 2.5: Reference Guide PDF
  • SAS 9.4 Logging: Configuration and Programming Reference, Second Edition PDF | HTML
  • System Requirements--SAS Event Stream Processing 3.1 HTML

2.3

  • SAS Event Stream Processing Engine 2.3: Overview PDF
  • SAS Event Stream Processing Engine 2.3: User's Guide PDF
  • DataFlux Expression Language 2.5: Reference Guide PDF

2.2

  • SAS Event Stream Processing Engine 2.2: Overview PDF
  • SAS Event Stream Processing Engine 2.2: User's Guide PDF
  • DataFlux Expression Language 2.5: Reference Guide PDF

2.1

  • SAS Event Stream Processing Engine 2.1: Overview PDF
  • SAS Event Stream Processing Engine 2.1: User's Guide PDF
  • DataFlux Expression Language 2.5: Reference Guide PDF
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