Business Rules: July 2007 Archives

I promise this will be the last post on event processing for a while but Tim Bass posted a comment to me and this post on this blog - Bending CEP for Rules. Tim was making the point that CEP... Read More..
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My buddy Paul Vincent had a great summary slide on how rules and process (and related standards come together) in this post. Like him I am surprised there was not more discussion of events. Anyway, I was going to comment... Read More..
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The folks at the Business Rules Forum have been doing a series of preview webinars to showcase the content of the show this fall. This week they had Jim Sinur, now Chief Strategy Officer of Global360 and previously the Gartner... Read More..
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A couple of interesting examples of the kinds of decisions that can be automated for efficiency and better customer service around driving today. First there is this one about avoiding left turns and allowing self-service re-routing. Then these was this... Read More..
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After yesterday's post I guess I was bound to immediately find another reason to blog about decision management in the context of business process management (BPM) and composite applications. Sure enough an article on InfoQ caught my eye - BPM... Read More..
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I saw this article What is Event Driven Architecture (EDA) and Why Does it Matter? over on Complex Event Processing. It's a great overview of what it means to have an event driven architecture. It talks about EDA combining an... Read More..
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Timo Elliott over at the BI Questions blog had some great cartoons on this topic - this one about "gut-feel" and this one about what executives want from BI. These are both genuinely funny but they also point out a... Read More..
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Randy Heffner of Forrester recently wrote A Taxonomy Of Platforms For Your Digital Business (subscription or payment required). I have blogged about the digital business architecture idea before, and about Concurrent Business Engineering, and commented on the need for more... Read More..
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I saw this paper by David Luckham a couple of days ago - SOA, EDA, BPM and CEP are all Complementary. He has a nice example process that he uses (which you should read before continuing). In this example he... Read More..
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The lead article on Intelligent Enterprise today is one by Barb von Halle - "The Rule Maturity Model: Five Steps to an Agile Enterprise" - well worth a read as an introduction to the stages of adoption of business rules... Read More..
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James Taylor blogs about decision-management technologies such as predictive analytics and business rules, discussing how they deliver agility, improve business processes and bring intelligent automation to SOA.

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James Taylor blogs on decision management for ebizQ, and is an independent consultant on decision management, predictive analytics, business rules, and related topics.

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