Seems as though I’m channeling a conference promoter lately, but I’ve got one more to share. A Capital Markets focused Event Processing Symposium in New York, on October 6, 2010, organized by the Event Processing Community of Practice.
In the opening keynote, Roy Schulte of Gartner will provide an overview of the commercial use of CEP (complex event processing), focusing on capital markets. Roy’s session will cover these key issues:
- Buy versus build – When to use commercial CEP software and when to write your own
- Market landscape – Who are the major CEP vendors and what role does each play in capital markets
- Product selection – What to look for in an event processing platform
Opher Etzion, Event Processing Scientific Leader at IBM Research Lab in Haifa and chair of the Event Processing Technical Society, is our closer. Opher will share insights from his research and his soon-to-be released Event Processing in Action book.
For more information, please visit the Symposium site.
[Disclosure: The Event Processing Community of Practice (CoP) is a client of my firm, Elemental Links. I am a member of the Event Processing Technical Society (EPTS).]