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Beth Gold-Bernstein

Event Processing Virtual Conference

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Event processing and event driven architecture (EDA) provide a way for organizations to implement real time visibility and proactive decision making in the enterprise. Just about every survey we do shows that business agility is the #1 business driver for most IT investments these days. While SOA is being touted as the architecture for delivering agility, EDA is the architecture that provides real time visibility, alerts, and recognition of impending issues to enable more proactive management.

Event processing is actually not new. It has been in use for many years in the financial industry. Algorithmic trading is an example. It has also been used in systems and network monitoring. However, there seems to be some misconceptions and confusion about how EDA relates to SOA, how it is different, and how it can be of use in mainstream applications.

If you've been pondering these questions, ebizQ is holding a virtual conference next week which will feature the luminaries in the event processing field. Roy Schulte, VP Gartner, will be giving a keynote presentation that explain much about what event processing is and what it can do. The Jake Frievald of iWay will be speaking about BI in an Event Driven World where he will present a generic event-driven BI framework gleaned from what customers have actually been implementing. We have an all star panel featuring David Luckham, father of CEP and Mani Chandy, professor at Cal Tech. Then Charles Brett will present Forrester's Event Processing Taxonomy.

This conference will feature a brand new virtual environment which includes a networking lounge and new virtual booths. Attendees who visit all the booths will be eligible to win a GPS system. At the end of the day we are giving away 5 copies of David Luckam's book "The Power of Events", for the five best questions of the day.

So come and ask your questions. This event is pretty much guaranteed to provide you with valuable information.

Industry trends and vendor spotlights from Beth Gold-Bernstein.

Beth Gold-Bernstein

Beth Gold-Bernstein is a recognized expert in integration technologies and SOA with over 20 years experience View more

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