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  Article published in DM Review Magazine
March 2004 Issue
 
  By Diaz Nesamoney

The article inludes an interesting table comparing Real Time Data warehousing to BAM ….

According to the author, “While
real-time data warehousing does provide near real-time performance, it
does not enable the event-driven decision making that BAM is known for.

True BAM systems, or what Gartner calls “pure-play” BAM systems, are
characterized by architectural approaches that are fundamentally
different from the EAI, business performance management (BPM) and ETL
systems of the last decade.” – goto
Posted by David Soul on 1/2/05; 5:22:33 PM
in the CEP section

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