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03/08/2010 Operational Responsiveness: Managing Events on the Energy Grid in Real Time Gold Club Protected
The growth of intelligent grid technologies has vastly increased the amount of data generated from smart meters, sensors and intelligent electronic devices (IEDs). The ability to monitor and analyze such data, in conjunction with external data sources including energy prices, weather and customer data provides a new level of insight for utilities, enabling them to make informed decisions in real-time. This IDC insight demonstrates how business event processing can be used to: · Dynamically price demand-response programs, giving utilities a mechanism to shed or redistribute load · Predict optimal supply and demand based on external factors e.g. future expected wind speed that will impact power production · Correlate and analyze data from across multiple business processes and applications.
03/08/2010 Event Processing in Transportation & Logistics Gold Club Protected
For transportation and logistics companies, every minute and mile counts. Operational efficiency is paramount. Achieving that efficiency requires the ability to monitor, analyze, and act on a growing volume of information—from fleet locations to order status—so you can make better decisions, faster. Download this IDC Executive Brief to see how leading companies are using Business Event Processing (BEP) technology to reduce costs by addressing both known and unknown process inefficiencies, recover more quickly from disruptions, and gain real-time visibility into their extended supply chains to improve decision making.
03/08/2010 Business Navigation Systems Combine CEP with BPM Gold Club Protected
A recent independent survey found that 67% of businesses hear about service problems from customers before they have identified those problems themselves. Learning about problems only after your customer contacts you, or finding complaints on a third-party website is too late. To get a jump on managing such situations, many companies are turning towards a “business navigation system” that is built with event processing and leverages existing business intelligence and process automation investments. With a business navigation system, you will be able to manage business-relevant events in real-time, identifying the first moment a problem or opportunity is predictable, so you can improve the end result. This will help minimize risk and maximize your revenue. Find out more in this IDC Insight report.
01/08/2010 Putting Predictive Analytics to Work Gold Club Protected
Predictive analytics applied to operational decision making is the next wave of business innovation and the next major source of competitive advantage. In this white paper from James Taylor, read how the most successful practitioners are using Decision Management to put predictive analytics to work powering the day-to-day decisions that impact performance most.
11/19/2009 Event Processing with GlassFish ESB Gold Club Protected
This tutorial explores one of OpenESB's most exciting JBI components — the Intelligent Event Processor (IEP). The IEP service engine is a supported component in GlassFish ESB 2.1. It provides powerful support for event-driven architecture (EDA), in general, and complex event processing (CEP) and event stream processing, (ESP) in particular. EDA is a software architectural pattern focusing on producing, detecting, consuming, and acting upon events.
10/27/2009 Event Processing Designing IT Systems for Agile Companies Gold Club Protected
Event Processing Designing IT Systems for Agile Companies Special Edition e-Book from IBM.Authors: Dr.K. Mani Chandy , Roy Schulte, Distinguished Analyst at Gartner Inc.
07/29/2009 The 11 Secrets of Business Rules Success Gold Club Protected
Use the best practices for your business rules projects from the start. Discover “The 11 Secrets of Success with Business Rules,” from choosing the right applications to creating frameworks for harvesting rules to operationalizing predictive analytics.
04/07/2009 Bloor Research White Paper: (Complex) Event Processing Gold Club Protected
Reacting to events to minimize risk, predicting events to capitalize on opportunities and analyzing events to improve future performance; and doing all of this now rather than next week when it may be too late, is what event processing is all about. It is increasingly being recognized as a crucial capability for optimizing the business. This paper seeks to explain what events are, why they are important to your business, and what the options are for processing and managing these events to gain business advantage.
04/07/2009 IDC Report: Complex Event Processing Opportunity Analysis and Assessment of Key Products Gold Club Protected
Read this excerpt of the 2009 IDC study by Maureen Fleming and Jeff Silverstein looking at complex event processing. Most applications depend on users to ask an application to perform a task. With the widespread collapse of our economy, it is clear that this approach is no longer valid for many types of mission-critical applications. The excerpt includes IDC opinion on the market for CEP, what defines CEP and independently profiles Progress® Apama®, which was ranked "Top CEP Innovator" in the report.
03/18/2008 State of the BPM Market, 2008 Gold Club Protected

Business process improvement ranks as the #1 priority for both business and IT leaders in 2008 in recent market surveys. But market noise from hundreds of vendors selling hundreds of process solutions can be deafening, creating a confusing matrix of process improvement options. In an effort to help customers cut through the noise of this vibrant market, BEA completed a thorough analysis of the Business Process Management (BPM) market, drawing on more than 100 analyst reports, articles, market and BEA customer surveys.

The early adopters of BPM have much to share – BPM has helped organizations save millions through better visibility into market risk, double profit margin by improving operational excellence, and triple customer satisfaction by automating paper processes. This white paper explores the rise of BPM, the current trajectory, and the top five market trends to watch.

11/30/2007 Event Processing Market Pulse 2007 Gold Club Protected
Over the last 6 months, the buzz around event-driven architecture has been increasing in both practitioner and vendor circles. Unlike many emerging technologies that are hailed as all encompassing replacement strategies, event-driven architecture is most often viewed as a complement to today’s most popular enterprise strategies – service-oriented architecture and business process management. It is clear from the survey that event-driven architecture provides direct, measurable business value, and the event processing market, while nascent, is real. The rest of this report details the survey findings and relates them to market observations.
09/18/2007 Event Processing Market Pulse 2007 Gold Club Protected

The buzz around event-driven architecture has been increasing in both practitioner and vendor circles. Unlike many emerging technologies that are hailed as all encompassing replacement strategies, event-driven architecture is most often viewed as a complement to today's most popular enterprise strategies - service-oriented architecture and business process management. To get the practitioner's point of view on event-driven architecture adoption and the state of the event processing market, ebizQ conducted an online survey during July and August 2007. This paper shares the results of the Event Processing Survey, along with ebizQ's observations on this emerging technology strategy.

08/03/2006 Event Stream Processing and Event Driven Architectures Gold Club Protected

Event-Driven Architectures (EDA) are being hailed as the next major piece of the integration fabric by leading vendors and analysts . Although SOA and ESBs embrace EDA, little architectural direction exists on how these technologies relate to one another, and how to architect an effective EDA.

The burgeoning software field that promises to deliver EDA is called Event Stream Processing or ESP. This paper describes the motivation for EDA, introduces ESP, and describes how ESP technology fits neatly within the ESB/SOA model.

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