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“Exploiting Your Own Potential,”  – A short note by David McCoy (VP and Gartner Fellow) and Roy Schulte (VP and Distinguished Analyst Business Activity Monitoring {BAM} and Complex Event Processing {CEP}in Siemens Keynotes Magazine, February 2004

“BAM and CEP point to a simple truth — a fact about anything (business process mistakes, opportunities) is often most valuable when it is fresh (e.g., real-time) and when it is shared.”

BAM is visible to business people, and provides clear benefits. Under the covers is a more fundamental change — applying the concept of CEP to real-time data for business purposes.” <emphasis added> (pdf goto )

originally Posted to cep.weblogger.com by David Soul on 1/10/05; 9:15:20 PM
in the CEP section.

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