Tag Archives: CEP
One major emergence from the Big Data debate especially in the Telco Industry is the sudden elevation of the focus on Customer Experience with QoE or Quality of Experience and CEM or Customer Experience management. With new and emerging technologies such as Near Field Communication (NFC), Machine to Machine (M2M) and Mobile Social Media Apps hitting the news every day like a Reality ‘Stars’ socializing antics; we are all fascinated by how much organisations either know, can find out or deduce about our lives: what we like / dislike, how much we may be worth to those organisations, what we already own and even where we physically are or will be in the next few minutes. All the minutiae of our lives and personalities laid bare to be pawed over, analysed and used to control us and eventually sell us yet more ‘stuff’. (more…)
In this video, Richard Cramer, chief healthcare strategist, and Scott Fingerhut, senior director, product marketing, CEP, Informatica, discuss healthcare and CEP (Complex Event Processing).
Richard and Scott cover the following topics:
- What is CEP;
- How CEP pertains to healthcare;
- How CEP differs from data warehouse analytics;
- What some of the applications of CEP are in the healthcare environment; and,
- Where the opportunities are for companies who have already invested heavily in meaningful use and EHRs.
As the federal government reported an estimated $115 billion in improper payments in Fiscal Year 2011, the impetus to eliminate and recover these funds continues to mount. State governments also struggle with mounting and often embarrassing improper payments with estimated totals approaching $125 billion. (more…)
In this video, Richard Cramer, chief healthcare strategist, Informatica, talks about the opportunities for healthcare organizations to move data forward. He touches on relationship analytics, master data management (MDM), data quality and Complex Event Processing (CEP). He specifically answers the following questions:
- What are some of the major opportunities for healthcare organizations to move data forward?
- What technology is most poised to deliver benefits to healthcare organizations today?
- How can Informatica help healthcare organizations in their quest to deliver proactive medicine?
In the second of two videos, Scott Fingerhut, senior director of product marketing for CEP at Informatica, talks about how Complex Event Processing (CEP) can be applied: proactive monitoring, proactive compliance and customer engagement.
Learn more about CEP in Scott’s first video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AUmveP07Ea8.
In the first of two videos, Scott Fingerhut, senior director of product marketing for CEP at Informatica, simplifies CEP: Complex Event Processing. In this video, he highlights the importance of being proactive. He also talks about how CEP can be applied: proactive monitoring, proactive compliance and customer engagement.
One person’s “real-time” is another person’s “fast enough”. (Or is it vice versa?) I’ve been in the Complex Event Processing (CEP) space for almost five years, and nothing gets this industry more spun up than heated discussions about “feeds and speeds” - the fastest products, the lowest latencies, the greatest event volumes, the most events per second and so on. (more…)
Remember the last time you were home in the evening, there was little in your kitchen to eat but you didn’t want to go out? Then you had an idea – that you could concoct a delicious meal made from a variety of completely unrelated and forgotten frozen and semi-fresh food coupled with rarely used spices and other odd ingredients. That’s a lot like predicting the future. If you stay safe and conservative, you’re going to get close to what you expect. But, if you get all crazy (think stir fry Top Ramen and turkey jerky), your prediction will sound cool, but has a low probability of working out (unless you are on Top Chef). (more…)
Actually, not much, but I couldn’t pass up a chance to mention Tebow in a blog after yet another miraculous victory. Seriously, there’s actually some interesting commonality with CEP and not just Tim Tebow, but most NFL quarterbacks.
In his new book ‘Event Processing for Business‘, father-of-CEP, David Luckham says, “In today’s fast-paced corporate environment, real-time events require immediate action. Event processing (EP)-the ability to collect, analyze, and react to real-time events-is a key component of twenty first century business information systems.” (more…)