Optimizing Responsiveness through Complex Event Processing
Register Now July 29, 2009
The Westin St. Francis
San Francisco, California
Today's applications and computing environments absorb huge volumes of mission-critical data. Information continuously flows from widely disparate business systems -- and can include far ranging devices such as RFID, GIS/GPS and telematics. Current solutions provide “past tense” results from this data which limits the ability to act in real-time. By capturing and correlating events from multiple sources as they occur, visibility and response becomes real-time and immediate actions can be taken – before it’s too late. When important events arise, do you have the infrastructure in place to respond? Can you precisely deliver the kinds of service your customers expect?

Already proven in computing-intensive industries, Complex Event Processing (CEP) has emerged as a way for businesses of all kinds to monitor fast moving data streams, rapidly seek out patterns of significance, and quickly respond with results. In fact, businesses that create "event-driven" solutions gain a competitive advantage by responding to changes, opportunities and threats as they happen.

  • How are businesses successfully implementing Complex Event Processing?
  • What trends in varied industries like telecommunications, transportation, logistics, energy, and capital markets indicate how all industries can benefit?
  • Where have these businesses found operational efficiencies acting in real-time?
  • What lessons have they learned that can help you?

Why You Should Attend
You'll learn from presentations and case studies delivered by key experts. In one valuable and focused morning, you'll view the broader challenge, get access to experts and best practices, network with your peers, and rapidly gather answers and solutions you can use right away.

Agenda

8:00–8:45 a.m. Registration and Networking Breakfast
8:45–9:00 a.m. Introduction and Overview
Derek Hulitzky
, Vice President, Content Development, Computerworld & InfoWorld
9:00–9:45 a.m. Business Agility: Sustainable Prosperity in a Relentlessly Competitive World
Mike Hugos,
Computerworld Columnist and CIO–at–Large
  As today's organizations wrestle with stretched resources, there has never been a better time to exploit the benefits of agile platforms. For most organizations, agile philosophies are critical to maximizing revenue opportunities and minimizing expenses. In this session, you'll get thoughtful advice from Michael Hugos, a thinker and practitioner of business and IT agility and former CIO who has won awards from all the major IT industry publications for his work. His newest book is Business Agility: Sustainable Prosperity in a Relentlessly Competitive World and he is expert at explaining how agile technologies can be adopted, and how they are paving the way for the enterprise of the future.
9:45–10:15 a.m. How Manuvis Maximizes Responsiveness: An Executive Case Study
David Scott,
Chief Executive Officer, Manuvis
  Manuvis, a Cleveland, Ohio–based enterprise manufacturing intelligence vendor, creates products for manufacturing process improvement that eliminate manual data gathering inefficiencies. In this executive case study, hear how Manuvis' FactoryMRI application uses complex event processing (CEP) methodologies to fully integrate enterprise tools with the shop floor, allowing manufacturers to better use their previous investments in enterprise resource planning (ERP).
10:15–10:30 a.m. Break
10:30–11:00 a.m. Visionary Presentation
David Olson, Director, Progress Apama
  Originally mission–critical in capital markets, the concept of complex event processing (CEP) has emerged as a game–changer for other industries. For example, in manufacturing industries, CEP can help measure and correct sources of waste that are draining profits, such as potential pauses on the assembly line due to missing parts or an assembly task that requires more time than was anticipated when the process was originally designed. And that's just one of many industry–specific examples. In this session, hear how CEP is making a key operational difference in numerous environments.
11:00 a.m.–Noon Moderated Panel Discussion of Presenters
Moderator: Derek Hulitzky, Vice President, Content Development, Computerworld & InfoWorld
Panelists:
    Mike Hugos, Computerworld Columnist and CIO–at–Large
    David Scott, Chief Executive Officer, Manuvis
    David Olson, Director, Progress Apama
Noon Program Concludes
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