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Event-driven applications are slowly becoming mainstream and it is predicted that many of the next generation of applications will be built using event-driven technologies. There are many modern use cases relevant to Event Processing, such as Smart Grid automation, Fraud Detection, Quality of Service, Real-time Business Intelligence, Business Optimization, and Manufacturing Logistics and Operations.

This webinar will provide an introduction to Event Processing and outline its differences from the request-response paradigm. It will introduce concepts such as streams, event sources/sinks, continuous queries, windowing, filtering, pattern matching, correlation, and Event Processing Agents. It will introduce an Event Processing Language and describe how to build event-driven applications. The webinar will also illustrate how you can integrate existing Java applications into an event-driven application.

 

Speaker: Debu Panda
Debu Panda is a technologist specializing in middleware, SOA, Cloud management and next-generation event-processing platforms. He is lead author of the best-selling “EJB 3 in Action” (http://manning.com/panda) (Manning Publications,2007) and lead coauthor of “Middleware Management with Oracle Enterprise Manager” (Packt Publications, 2009). He presently works as Senior Director, Product Management  for Starview Technology, Inc. He previously worked as a Product Management Director on the Oracle Fusion Middleware Management and Oracle Application Server development teams. He has more than 18 years of experience in the IT industry and has published more than 35 articles on enterprise Java and SOA technologies and has presented at leading technology conferences such as Oracle Open World, Java One, The ServerSide Symposium, JavaZone Europe, and many more.

 

Interested parties can register for the webinar by clicking here. Space is limited. After registering, participants will receive a confirmation e-mail containing information about joining the webinar.

 

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Our CEO, Thomas Sulzbacher, has been invited to give a keynote address at the Event Processing Symposium: Capital Markets. The symposium, to be held on October 6, 2010 at the West Auditorium, Credit Suisse in New York City, will present new ideas and fresh perspectives on the event processing issues facing capital markets.

Sulzbacher will describe a fresh approach to the role of event processing systems in capital markets. He will discuss innovative ways to weave together the multitude of events from trades, exchanges, buy/sell side, brokers/dealers, news services, operation, investors and more into an “Event Fabric” that can see and understand all events. Sulzbacher will explain how to take the Event Fabric to the next step, forming a “Decision Fabric” that provides unprecedented real-time decision support for capital markets.

Click here for registration details for the symposium.

Please note that there is a change in location for our JavaOne presentation.

Here are the details :

S314564 – Comparing and Contrasting Application Servers and Event Servers

Where: Hilton San Francisco, Yosemite B

When: Wednesday, September 22, 14:15

We hope to see you there!

We have been working with utility companies and system integrators such as Logica, Plc on automation/optimization of Power Grids.

Join us on Tuesday, September 14th for a webcast on Optimizing the Electric Distribution Grid Through Analytical Event Processing. Moderated by Gwen Durrill, Starview Technology’s EVP & GM, this 30 minute webcast will discuss real time event data analysis and how Utilities use event processing to recognize and resolve issues. Hear case studies from Richard Harris, Director & CTO, DTE Energy, on how Utilities deal with outage detection and solutions, plus Chris Beard, Principal Consultant, Logica plc, discussing examples of automated demand management.

Click here, for detailed agenda, speaker details and link to register.

If you are attending JavaOne 2010, do not miss an exciting presentation by us (Debu Panda and Mack Mackenzie). In this presentation we will compare and contrast application servers with event servers and provide an insight how the traditional applications are different from event processing applications.

Here are the details for the presentation. Hope to see you there
Title: Comparing and Contrasting Application Servers and Event Servers

Date: 22-SEP-10
Time: 14:15 – 15:00
Venue: Hilton San Francisco
Room: Golden Gate 2