event stream processing

182015
 

Many recent posts on this blog have discussed various aspects of event stream processing (ESP) where data is continuously analyzed while it’s still in motion, within what are referred to as event streams. This differs from traditional data analytics where data is not analyzed until after it has stopped moving and has […]

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152015
 

Determining the life cycle of event stream data requires us to first understand our business and how fast it changes. If event data is analyzed, it makes sense that the results of that analysis would feed another process. For example, a customer relationship management (CRM) system or campaign management system like […]

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112015
 

As consumers, the quality of our day is all too often governed by the outcome of computed events. My recent online shopping experience was a great example of how computed events can transpire to make (or break) a relaxing event. We had ordered grocery delivery with a new service provider. Our existing provider […]

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092015
 

I believe most people become overwhelmed when considering the data that can be created during event processing. Number one, it is A LOT of data – and number two, the data needs real-time analysis. For the past few years, most of us have been analyzing data after we collected it, […]

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042015
 

In my last two posts, I introduced some opportunities that arise from integrating event stream processing (ESP) within the nodes of a distributed network. We considered one type of deployment that includes the emergent Internet of Things (IoT) model in which there are numerous end nodes that monitor a set of sensors, […]

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022015
 

In my previous post, I discussed the similarities, differences and overlap between event stream processing (ESP) and real-time processing (RTP). In this post, I want to highlight three things that need to get real. In other words, three things that should be enhanced with real-time capabilities, whether it’s ESP, RTP or […]

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222015
 

As we enter the era of “everything connected,” we cannot forget that gathering data is not enough. We need to process that data to gain new knowledge and build our competitive advantage. The Internet of Things is not just a consumer thing – it also makes our businesses more intelligent. Whenever […]

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202015
 

Event stream processing (ESP) and real-time processing (RTP) so often come up in the same conversation that it begs the question if they are one and the same. The short answer is yes and/or no. But since I don’t need the other kind of ESP to know that you won’t […]

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