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Power of Events, The: An Introduction to Complex Event Processing in Distributed Enterprise Systems A sample chapter (provided courtesy of Addison Wesley)
from David Luckham’s book “The Power of Events : an Introduction to
Complex Event Processing in Distributed Environments” is available on
the informit web site.

Topics covered in this chapter include:
Events everywhere in our information systems:

The Internet and the growth of global communication spaghetti
Layers upon layers in enterprise system architectures
Global electronic trade—understanding what is happening
Agile systems—future reality or just a dream
Can an open electronic society defend itself?
The gathering storm—global coordination or global chaos


originally Postedto  by David Soul on 1/6/05; 1:10:50 PM
in the CEP section.

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