Enterprise event management framework, Part 2, A prototype implementation

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Benjamin Lieberman Ph.D.

Date archived: November 22, 2016 | First published: May 23, 2011

Business events represent a vast untapped resource for many organizations. Capture of events generated by a diverse set of internal systems allows for creation of customer-individual profiles, business intelligence to guide decision making, and a mechanism for detection of fraud and security intrusions. Moreover, timely knowledge of particular business events allows an organization to respond quickly to customer actions, such as an online purchase of a product or a request to cancel service. In this article, we implement an enterprise event management framework demonstration application with open source services and a messaging framework.

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Zone=Business process management
ArticleTitle=Enterprise event management framework, Part 2: A prototype implementation