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Here we go.  Event Processing and Cloud Computing are natural allies.  Events can be used in the monitoring, notification, and adjustment of cloud computing environments (CCE), and in the monitoring, notification, adjustment of, and in response to, the business capabilities... Read More..
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The Event Processing Symposium 2010 program committee, in cooperation with the OMG, today issued a Call for Participation for Event Processing Symposium 2010: Profiting from Continuous Intelligence, to be held in Washington DC, on May 24 and 25, 2010. Submissions... Read More..
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Big News!  Roy Schulte, Gartner Distinguished Analyst and Event Processing Thinker Extraordinaire is giving the opening keynote at the Event Processing Symposium 2010: Profiting from Continuous Intelligence. Roy’s topic is Smart Systems and Sense-and-Respond Behavior: The Time for Event... Read More..
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While an event is defined as “something that happens?, a common event processing scenario is detecting when something fails to happen.  In this scenario, a failure event is generated based on the absence of “thing happened? events.  For us geeks,... Read More..
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Save the date!  On May 24-25, 2010 in Washington DC, the OMG is hosting Event Processing Symposium 2010: Profiting from Continuous Intelligence: Learn how Event Processing enables agencies and corporations to profit from continuous intelligence at the Event Processing Symposium... Read More..
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In the March issue of Fast Company, Dan and Chip Heath's column focuses on early warning indicators.  In one example, they explain why David Lee Roth banned brown M&Ms from backstage.  It wasn't a diva thing, but rather, an operations... Read More..
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Julian Hyde, chief architect of SQLstream, and lead developer of Mondrian, has a great article in Communications of the ACM on Data in Flight.  The article provides an overview of streaming query engines, demonstrates simple queries using a clickstream example,... Read More..
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Earlier this month, I made my first and only prediction for 2010, that we would (finally) see the “Rise of Event Processing?.  Often, when I speak of Event Processing, I refer to a broader context of Active Information and (when... Read More..
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Earlier this week, I offered my one and only prediction for 2010:  "Event Processing transcends niche status, to well-recognized & adopted business technique for real-time visibility & responsiveness." Mark Palmer, CEO of Streambase, stopped by to offer 9 points of... Read More..
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I don't typically engage in predictions, but here's mine for 2010, fresh from my tweet stream: 2010: Event Processing transcends niche status, to well-recognized & adopted business technique for real-time visibility & responsiveness. I can list tons of reasons why,... Read More..
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