Can open source NOSQL Redis do event processing?

(Last Updated On: November 21, 2015)
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Can open source NOSQL  Redis do event processing?
You bet. Here are some examples that I have already covered with both Java and C++

http://redis.io/topics/internals-rediseventlib

http://redis.io/topics/pubsub

https://github.com/redis/hiredis/issues/55

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/11641741/how-to-use-pub-sub-with-hiredis-in-c

As I have confirmed pushing data in Redis from the Java client, I can now say the event driven processing can be confirmed. This is important for high speed trading systems like HFT. Stay tuned as I will optimize these complete demo on both sides including the Interactive Brokers Java Test client I have shown in my Ubuntu Linux environment.

Reminder that I have my one time LIVE Meetup on this exact topic in two days!

https://quantlabs.net/blog/2015/11/meetup-message-queue-demos-with-nosql-redis-c-java-and-interactive-brokers/

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