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What?s Next For CEP Vendors?

by Larry Barrett, InternetNews.com, January 25, 2008 IBM on Wednesday made its first significant foray into the emerging but relatively low-profile complex event processing (CEP) market with its acquisition of privately held AptSoft. CEP applications aggregate information from corporate databases and applications in real time and applies rules to discern patterns and events that otherwise would go [...]

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