SOA Talk:

Complex Event Processing (CEP)


October 18, 2012  2:35 PM

High-speed trading: Time to take a breath?

Posted by: Jack Vaughan
Complex Event Processing (CEP), middleware

Low-latency messaging, complex event processing, big data, operational business intelligence and other high-powered technologies must be considered by IT leaders looking to achieve competitive edge. But most IT leaders know such systems come at a price, and they must be subjected to the same ROI...

January 5, 2012  9:36 PM

Why is event processing different?

Posted by: Jack Vaughan
Complex Event Processing (CEP)

A lot more software architects are working these days to get their arms around the concepts of events and event processing. Many people have reams of transaction data they are beginning to think about correlating and tracking. Sometimes the differences between event processing and other types of...

December 14, 2011  4:26 PM

Bhatt to head Progress

Posted by: Jack Vaughan
Complex Event Processing (CEP), SOA, XML

Last week, Jay Bhatt took the reins at Progress Software Corp., the company announced. Bhatt will serve as president and CEO. Progress, which markets to both resellers and enterprise end-users, is...

January 11, 2011  3:42 PM

News on architecture and integration from 2010

Posted by: James Denman
Complex Event Processing (CEP), Enterprise architecture, integration, web applications

The SOA Talk blog consistently covers new and interesting developments in the world SOA and enterprise architecture. We gleaned the cream of the crop from all of 2010 for this special on...

February 23, 2010  8:55 PM

Complex Event Processing with streaming databases

Posted by: Jack Vaughan
Complex Event Processing (CEP), Data integration

Startup StreamBase Systems attacks the CEP space with a unique streaming database architecture that allows data records to be processed before they are stored. The company set up an exchange for CEP developers looking to share components and the like.

July 8, 2009  3:05 AM

Low-latency ESB solution relies on high-powered hardware

Posted by: Jack Vaughan
Complex Event Processing (CEP), Messaging

Content networking appliance maker Solace Systems pressed the case for its hardware approach to middleware with a recent high-speed message caching update for its Unified Messaging Platform. Think of it as an ESB accelerator!

October 14, 2008  6:04 PM

Gartner cautions on Oracle middleware status

Posted by: Heather Clancy
BEA Systems, Complex Event Processing (CEP), Conferences, Development, event-driven architecture, Extreme Transaction Processing (XTP), Oracle development, OSGi, SOA

Oracle Fusion middleware is currently based on a group of product suites for SOA and BPM that are "assemblies of convenience," argue Gartner analysts. The suites are made up of Oracle's existing product line and the technologies from its acquisition of BEA earlier this year, according to a brief...

October 2, 2008  3:06 PM

CEP opportunity in Wall Street bust?

Posted by: Heather Clancy
Complex Event Processing (CEP), Development, financial services, Progress Software

Within every disaster there is the obvious downside, but also an unexpected opportunity. For example, in 1906, my grandfather was an unemployed carpenter in Los Angeles. Then the San Francisco fire and earthquake happened. Seeing an opportunity, he moved up north where his skills were suddenly...

September 22, 2008  2:40 PM

Is BPM Business Re-Engineering in sheep’s clothing?

Posted by: Jack Vaughan
Complex Event Processing (CEP)

We note here the untimely passing of Michael Hammer. Hammer coined the term "Re-Engineering," and started an influential trend to remove unneeded layers of bureaucracy from organizations. The 'flat' organization of today owes much to Mike...

August 29, 2008  10:43 AM

XTP powers SOA

Posted by: Heather Clancy
Complex Event Processing (CEP), Development, event-driven architecture, Extreme Transaction Processing (XTP), IBM, Oracle development, SOA

Extreme transaction processing (XTP) gets down to business in service-oriented architecture (SOA) applications at, a Canada-based online bookstore, profiled in a SearchSOA user story earlier...


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