As global information systems become ever more powerful, complex, and intertwined, companies need new approaches to extracting information, transforming it into intelligence, and acting on it. David Luckham introduces a breakthrough solution that offers compelling benefits at every level and scale of the enterprise: Complex Event Processing (CEP). Luckham first identifies key challenges faced by today's enterprise information systems, and demonstrates the "event-driven" nature of management in the electronic enterprise. He then introduces CEP, showing how it can harness the power of events to automate management without compromising managers' control. Luckham illuminates fundamental concepts such as events, causality, event hierarchies, event patterns, and rules; then shows how these concepts can be used to solve key enterprise management problems. In Part III, he presents a realistic description of what it takes to build CEP applications that scale to real world problems, introducing the new RAPIDE event pattern language. The book concludes with detailed case studies that show Luckham's CEP tools at work in the enterprise.
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Descrizione libro Addison-Wesley Professional. Hardcover. Condizione libro: New. 0201727897 New Condition. Codice libro della libreria NEW4.0089529
Descrizione libro Addison-Wesley Professional, 2002. Hardcover. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria P110201727897
Descrizione libro Addison-Wesley Professional, 2002. Condizione libro: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: Preface. Acknowledgments. I. A SIMPLE INTRODUCTION TO COMPLEX EVENT PROCESSING. 1. The Global Information Society and the Need for New Technology. Distributed Information Systems Everywhere. The Global Communication Spaghetti Pot. Event Causality. Electronic Archeology: Layers upon Layers. A Layered Enterprise System. Vertical Causality: Tracking Events up and down the Layers. Event Aggregation: Making High-Level Sense out of Low-Level Events. The Gathering Storm of New Activities on the Web. Global Electronic Trade. Agile Systems. Cyber Warfare and the Open Electronic Society. Summary: Staying ahead of Chaos. 2. Managing the Electronic Enterprise in the Global Event Cloud. How the Global Event Cloud Forms. The Open Enterprise. The Global Event Cloud. The Electronic Enterprise. Operating in the Global Event Cloud. Going Beyond Workflow. Parallel and Asynchronous Processes. On-the-Fly Process Evolution. Exceptions Must Be First-Class Citizens in Process Design. Summary: Managing the Electronic Enterprise. 3. Viewing the Electronic Enterprise-Keeping the Human in Control. Today's Event Monitoring Is Too Primitive. System Monitoring Focuses on the Network Layer. Network-Level Monitoring Doesn't Even Solve Network Problems. An Example of Causal Tracking. Information Gaps. Examples of Information Gaps. Problem-Relevant Information. Viewing Enterprise Systems. Creating and Coordinating Multiple Views. Hierarchical Viewing. An Example of Hierarchical Viewing. Summary: Viewing the Electronic Enterprise. 4. Designing the Electronic Enterprise. Process Architectures. Roles of Architecture in the Process Lifecycle. Constituents of Process Architectures. Annotations. Architectural Structure. Interface Communication Architectures. Architecture Diagrams. Behavior Specification. Design Constraints. Examples of Informal Annotations. Dynamic Process Architectures. Diagrams for Dynamic Architectures? Layered Architectures and Plug-and-Play. Abstraction Principle. Summary: Technology to Support Process Architecture. 5. Events, Timing, and Causality. What Events Are. How Events Are Created. Time, Causality, and Aggregation. The Cause-Time Axiom. Genetic Parameters in Events. Timestamps. Causal Vectors. Time. Causality and Posets. Causal Event Executions-Real-Time Posets. Orderly Observation. Observation and Uncertainty. Summary. 6. Event Patterns, Rules, and Constraints. Common Kinds of Pattern Searching. Event Patterns. A Strawman Pattern Language. Pattern Matching. Writing Patterns in STRAW-EPL. Event Pattern Rules. Constraints. Summary. 7. Complex Events and Event Hierarchies. Aggregation and Complex Events. Creating Complex Events. Event Abstraction Hierarchies. Viewing a Fabrication Line. Building Personalized Concept Abstraction Hierarchies. Viewing Network Activity. Viewing Stock-Trading Activity. Summary. II. BU. Codice libro della libreria ABE_book_new_0201727897
Descrizione libro Addison-Wesley Professional, 2002. Hardcover. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria 0201727897