15
Jan

The Power of Events

   Posted by: dhcsoul   in Books (CEP)

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This is a  review ((from ACM Ubiquity) of David Luckham's book, The Power of Events: An Introduction to Complex Event Processing in Distributed Enterprise Systems. Published by Addison-Wesley ( ISBN: 0-201-72789-7 Copyright: 2002). 

The
book introduces Complex Event processing (CEP) and gives some specific
examples of how this innovative technology can be utilized.  As well as
the introductory material, the book gives a very detailed technical
explanation of the Rapide ™ event pattern language used to build CEP
solutions to real world problems. 

Use the goto for a more detailed review or use the  link to sample chapters.

Another review can be found on IEEE Distributred Systems on Line site.  or the ACM review: – goto
originally Posted to cep.weblogger.com by David Soul on 2/13/04; 1:47:44 PM
in the CEP section.

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