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Description of the Apama correlator
Apama's correlator is the engine that powers an Apama application. Correlators execute the sophisticated event pattern-matching logic that you define in your Apama application. Apama applications track inbound event streams and listen for events whose patterns match defined conditions. The correlator's patented architecture can monitor huge volumes of events per second
When an event or an event sequence matches an active event expression, the correlator executes the appropriate actions, as defined by the application logic.
*The correlator can concurrently search for and identify vast numbers of discrete event patterns with sub-millisecond responsiveness.
*The correlator can deliver low latency analytics on multiple inbound data streams by monitoring the event streams for patterns you specify.
*The correlator goes beyond simple event processing to deliver actionable responses.
See also How the correlator works.

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