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been a while since I've put a few thoughts in print on these pages on
event processing, but that's not to say I've not been busy. We've
wrapped up quite a successful year in the Apama division
IDC, one of the "big three" software analyst firms has just published a report on CEP - Complex Event Processing Opportunity Analysis and Assessment of Key Products (more information about it is available here)....
Further affirmation that low
latency execution is not the only motivator for decisions to deploy the Apama CEP
platform is found in a recent quote from Yann L'Huillier, the CTO of Turquoise. Turquoise is the London-based...
Technology blogs and online communities have been chattering about event-driven SOA and many of our customers have been asking "How does event-driven SOA differ from CEP?" In this podcast, Giles Nelson gives an...
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