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I published a post on our sister CEP blog last week. The topic has wider relevance than CEP so here's a link to it and I include the original text below. Enjoy.
I’d like to add my voice to the debate this week (here, here and here) on how Complex Event Processing (CEP) fits into the wider software architectural themes of Service Oriented Architectures (SOA) and Event Driven Architectures (EDA). Although I think I know how these three areas relate to one another fairly well, I was able to further clarify my thinking this week by spending some time with Neil Macehiter of Macehiter Ward-Dutton Advisors, a UK based software analyst. I found our discussion enlightening as Neil had a slightly different way of looking at these things than I had heard expressed previously. So let me try and express my own view on this in as clear a way as possible.
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