Coral8 Adapters End XML Shredding


California-based event processing engine provider Coral8 will launch this week a new version of its Coral8 Engine that reduces the latency associated with processing datafeeds distributed using the XML (eXtensible Markup Language) protocol.

John Morrell, marketing director at Coral8, says that until now, many event processing engines-Coral8 included-have simply not accepted XML feeds, either because it was not a common format for real-time data or because the process of converting an XML feed

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