Big News! Roy Schulte, Gartner Distinguished Analyst and Event Processing Thinker Extraordinaire is giving the opening keynote at the Event Processing Symposium 2010: Profiting from Continuous Intelligence.
Roy’s topic is Smart Systems and Sense-and-Respond Behavior: The Time for Event Processing is Now
“The need for situation awareness and sense-and-respond behavior is no longer limited to niche applications. Virtually every large new system in business, defense, and government is becoming event-driven in some aspects of its operation. This overview session will introduce the fundamentals of event processing, and explain where it is used and why it is a fundamental part of smart devices and smart applications of all kinds.
- How does continuous monitoring enable situation awareness and provide earlier detection of threats and opportunities?
- What design patterns form the basis of smart devices and event-driven processes?
- Which technologies and product categories are applied to different event processing usage scenarios?”
The symposium, hosted by the OMG, is May 24-25, 2010 in Washington DC. For more information, including registration, please visit the symposium website.
If you are interested in participating in the Symposium, let me know. Practitioner stories encouraged!
[Disclosure: The OMG is a client of my firm, Elemental Links. I am the Event Processing Symposium 2010 Program Chair.]