Stream Joins vs State Machines

SquareBlog: stream joins vs. state machines vs. table-o-state vs. MechaGodzilla”

Hans Glide writes: “I
recently looked at using many event processing engines, which I'm
starting to write about here. I found the following use case to be
interesting in terms of revealing features of the products and sparking
discussion.”
….

This
piece is one of the few pieces posted with a user perspective of
features in event processing engines… a good place to start to see
how vendors might be approaching the problem of feature set in a field
still not fully defined.

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