IBM technology in the financial markets front office, Part 2, Invoke conditional business rules based on analyzing data streams

Integrating IBM InfoSphere Streams and IBM WebSphere ILOG JRules

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Nick Schofield and Mary Taylor

Date archived: January 10, 2017 | First published: August 05, 2010

This second article in the series focuses on the integration of InfoSphere™ Streams and WebSphere® ILOG® JRules. InfoSphere Streams is a high-performance stream processing engine that is capable of performing calculations and analysis of data streams in real time. ILOG JRules is a business rules management system that enables the creation of rule-based applications. This article presents a simple, algorithmic trading scenario in which InfoSphere Streams operates on a stream of market data and, under certain circumstances, a business rule is invoked using ILOG JRules. In order to perform this task, you will learn how to integrate the two products together in an efficient manner.

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