Standards news: PRR and DMN updates…

This week OMG's Technical Meeting has had most buzz around the BPMN 2.0 submission (and congratulations to that team, for which TIBCO is a...

BAM for the EDW “process”

A Solution Architect posed an interesting question over on the Complex Event Processing LinkedIn discussion board run by Tim Bass, which I reproduce here...

Complementing BPMN: DMN?

Many Complex Event Processing systems can be classified as "advanced decision support systems"; decisions are typically made with respect to the detection of complex...

Academic CEP: Event-driven BPM Workshop in Sept

A call for papers has gone around for the workshop on "event-driven BPM" to be held 9-10 Sept in Ulm, Germany, part of...

CEP applications for Federal BPM

... was the title of the round table we chaired at the BPM Consortium meeting in DC last week. Some interesting observations (of mine,...

Event handling boosted in BPMN 2.0

Bruce Silver has blogged on BPMN 2.0's current status, and of interest to the CEP community are the new event handling features: "Non-interrupting events": events...

When to use BusinessEvents, or BusinessWorks or iProcess

I resisted the temptation to title this blog "Choosing between CEP, SOA and BPM", even though those acronyms effectively describe where these products are...

Complex Event Management?

The Business Rule Forum folk have just published their flier for submissions for their November conference , and I noticed what seems to be...

Events, Rules, Processes and Decisions…

Jim Sinur at Gartner has just commented on the need for BPM (or at least, "business processes") to handle more sophisticated decisions based on...

CEP as a “BI Megatrend”?

Sometime one has to take what one reads on the web with a liberal pinch of salt. I was amused to read on Intelligent...