Integration

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Gartner: Processes start with “events”…

Interesting to see Jim Sinur post on the "event viewpoint" in his BPM blog. It's all about events and events are in complete control. Pure...

Event processing, states, and something called BEDL

I don't normally have much to say on BPEL (as a language for orchestrated processes). A BPEL engine can be used to execute business...

Gartner’s Sinur says CEP is just another BPM technology

Well, it looks like the analysts are coming round to the view that: "Business Processes" and their supporting technologies cover more than just simple flow-diagrams...

How does CEP fit into BPM and SOA environments?

There were some customer discussions recently on the conceptual relationships between the CEP and BPM and SOA "software stacks". This coincided with the announcement...

Processes = event-driven decisions and actions?

In a previous post we commented on IBM's Conceptual Model for Event Processing Systems, but failed to observe that IBM's rule engine group, Ilog,...

More support for the Event-based Business Process

I enjoyed the CIO UK article (mis)titled "Why BPM Should Be On The CIO's Agenda in 2010", where Dr Giles Nelson of Apama points...

WfMC calls for “Dynamic event-based BI driven by BPM”

An email from Layna Fischer, who is editor of the annual WfMC's "BPM and Workflow Handbook", tells us that the theme for the 2010...

Is MDM the way to manage event patterns, rules, & decisions in an IT...

One of the interesting use cases for TIBCO CIM (TIBCO's MDM product), which is incidentally part of the same TIBCO Business Optimization product stack...

Gartner, CEP and BPM3.0?

Gartner has published a Press Release containing a list of "Five Business Process Management Predictions for 2010 and Beyond". These include: By 2012, 20 per...

TIBCO CEO on 2009: the shift to Event Driven Architectures

The end-of-year analyst report (aka "earnings call") is where financial analysts listen to and question the corporate officers of a company like TIBCO on...