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Migrating InfoSphere Streams SPADE applications to Streams Processing Language, Part 1: Migrate basic SPADE applications
The most significant new feature of Version 2.0 of the IBM InfoSphere(R) Streams product is the programming language model transformation from Streams Processing Application Declarative Engine (SPADE) to Streams Processing Language (SPL). Users with SPADE applications from previous versions will need to migrate and port their applications to SPL when upgrading their installations to Version 2.0. This tutorial is Part 1 of a 5-part series that uses actual SPADE samples to demonstrate a series of step-by-step procedures for migrating and porting different types of SPADE application content. Part 1 demonstrates the migration of basic SPADE applications.
Tutorial 19 May 2011
Migrating InfoSphere Streams SPADE applications to Streams Processing Language, Part 2: Migrate SPADE mixed-mode applications
The most significant new feature of Version 2.0 of the IBM InfoSphere(R) Streams product is the programming language model transformation from Streams Processing Application Declarative Engine (SPADE) to Streams Processing Language (SPL). Users with SPADE applications from previous versions will need to migrate and port their applications to SPL when upgrading their installations to Version 2.0. This tutorial is Part 2 of a 5-part series that uses actual SPADE samples to demonstrate a series of step-by-step procedures for migrating and porting different types of SPADE application content. Part 2 demonstrates the migration of SPADE mixed-mode applications.
Tutorial 26 May 2011
Migrating InfoSphere Streams SPADE applications to Streams Processing Language, Part 4: Migrate SPADE user-defined operator (UDOP) applications
The most significant new feature of Version 2.0 of the IBM InfoSphere(R) Streams product is the programming language model transformation from Streams Processing Application Declarative Engine (SPADE) to Streams Processing Language (SPL). Users with SPADE applications from previous versions will need to migrate and port their applications to SPL when upgrading their installations to Version 2.0. This tutorial is Part 4 of a 5-part series that uses actual SPADE samples to demonstrate a series of step-by-step procedures for migrating and porting different types of SPADE application content. Part 4 demonstrates the migration of SPADE user-defined operator (UDOP) applications.
Tutorial 09 Jun 2011
Migrating InfoSphere Streams SPADE applications to Streams Processing Language, Part 5: Migrate SPADE user-defined built-in operator (UBOP) applications
The most significant new feature of Version 2.0 of the IBM InfoSphere(R) Streams product is the programming language model transformation from Streams Processing Application Declarative Engine (SPADE) to Streams Processing Language (SPL). Users with SPADE applications from previous versions will need to migrate and port their applications to SPL when upgrading their installations to Version 2.0. This tutorial is Part 5 of a 5-part series that uses actual SPADE samples to demonstrate a series of step-by-step procedures for migrating and porting different types of SPADE application content. Part 5 demonstrates the migration of SPADE user-defined built-in operator (UBOP) applications.
Tutorial 16 Jun 2011
Migrating InfoSphere Streams SPADE applications to Streams Processing Language, Part 3: Migrate SPADE user-defined function applications
The most significant new feature of Version 2.0 of the IBM InfoSphere(R) Streams product is the programming language model transformation from Streams Processing Application Declarative Engine (SPADE) to Streams Processing Language (SPL). Users with SPADE applications from previous versions will need to migrate and port their applications to SPL when upgrading their installations to Version 2.0. This tutorial is Part 3 of a 5-part series that uses actual SPADE samples to demonstrate a series of step-by-step procedures for migrating and porting different types of SPADE application content. Part 3 demonstrates the migration of SPADE user-defined function applications.
Tutorial 18 Jul 2011

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