2009 Event Processing Roundtable: Managing Events in an Eventful Year
Date: May 13, 2009
12:00 pm US Eastern
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David E. Olson, Director of CEP Product Marketing, Progress Software (bio)
Joe McKendrick, ebizQ Contributor (bio)
Brenda M. Michelson, Principal, Elemental Links (bio)
Joe McKendrick, ebizQ Contributor
Series: ebizQ Roundtables
At a time when markets are being turned upside down, insight is golden.
And real-time insight is even better.
Until recently, real-time data analysis was a luxury available only to
big financial or governmental organizations with large data management
budgets. Now, however, a new generation of complex event processing
solutions is making real-time data analysis more available and
affordable to organizations of all types and sizes.
While the CEP market is in the early stages, many companies are already
looking at deploying event processing applications in mission critical
environments that go well beyond server performance. They are exploring
the inherent advantages of extending their insights to events shaping
the business itself.
Complex Event Processing is designed to handle, normalize, aggregate,
and analyze a wide range of information in real-time. This assures
greater visibility and transparency to information for decision makers
and operations managers. The important challenge for organizations is to
understand which of the many events that occur each day matter to
the business, and how to best leverage tools such as business activity
monitoring and analytics software.
Join our panel of experts in this cutting-edge roundtable to explore
ways in which enterprises can learn how to improve bottom line results
and achieve competitive leadership with CEP.
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Featured Speaker Bios:
David Olson is the Director of CEP Product Marketing for Progress Apama. David’s been with Progress for 15 years and has spent most of his time working directly with customers on application architecture and the overall adoption of Progress’ product. He has over 25 years of experience in the software industry with roles ranging from application development and training to product management and marketing.
Prior to joining Progress, David was a development and training consultant for Sybase, PowerSoft and Microsoft.
Long-time ebizQ contributor Joe McKendrick is a writer and independent analyst who tracks the impact of information technology on management and markets. He writes ebizQ's Business Transformation in Action (formerly SOA in Action) blog and is a frequent speaker at industry events.
Brenda Michelson is an IT strategist, hands-on practitioner, and the voice of business-driven architecture. Brenda’s day job is principal consultant for Elemental Links. Brenda also contributes architecturally to the Patricia Seybold Group. Brenda spent 19 years in corporate IT, most recently as Chief Enterprise Architect for L.L. Bean. At L.L. Bean, Brenda was responsible for the articulation and execution of the enterprise architecture strategy (J2EE transformation, enterprise integration, SOA and EDA), strategic planning, portfolio management and talent development. Previous to L.L. Bean, over the span of 10 years, Brenda provided development services for Insurance, Banking, a Chip Manufacturer and a world leader in Aircraft Engine Design & Manufacturing. Email Brenda.