Sun, 23 Sep 2007 02:54:01 +0000
Day 2 of the EPTS agenda covered standards, use cases, and the reference architecture discussions, with the 3rd and last half-day dedicated to a guest speaker and conclusions.
There were a couple of thought-provoking Event Processing applications discussed, and a few applications that simply processed events in order. Hmmm. We’ll leave that topic for a future blog discussion.
A couple of vendors presented their views of a reference architecture. Except one vendor who presented some other vendor’s diagrams to complain that they didn’t seem to like the idea of this exercise. Ho hum.
Invited Case Study
The last and excellent speaker was Ian Koenig of Thomson Financial, explaining how that Foreign Exchange trading was using news via NewsML and a custom engine to enrich the normal quantitative event feeds. The analysis of text events is something we’ve loosely (and probably wrongly) termed Semantic Event Processing [*4] - another future blog topic! Ian’s talk justified the whole EPTS event in my opinion.
Conclusions and Actions
Opher closed the 3rd EPTS meeting with some actions. Kirk Wilson of CA and Paul Vincent of TIBCO will represent EPTS interests in the OMG EMP standard. And Arno Jacobsen from the University of Toronto and Alan Lundberg of TIBCO will liaise on industry-academia cooperation in CEP for EPTS. Arno also announced the DEBS 2008 meeting.
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