Act in Real Time with Contextual Event Processing

Businesses are adopting an event-driven architecture to respond to their customers in real time, adapt to changing market conditions, uncover new opportunities, and reduce risk. Event processing, which automates decisions and actions based on events, forms a key piece of an event-driven architecture, but it can take several forms — simple event processing, stream event processing, and contextual event processing. How can you know which one you need to solve a given problem?

This paper explains five techniques used in comprehensive contextual event processing and how they help your business to act in real time.


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