Event Driven Architecture and Decision Management

Dan Selman and Andy Ritchie from IBM just published an interesting paper “Event Driven Architecture and Decision Management“. It is for enterprise architects considering putting in place an event driven architecture that will incorporate aspects of event processing, analytics, situation detection and decision-making. It is interesting that their loop

Receive Events → Detect Situation → Decide Response → Take Action

combines “Detect & Decide” in one component by integrating CEP and BRMS components:


A question to all practitioners: do you still see CEP (Complex Event Processing) as a separate decision management technology/component? Do we still need a separate CEP Tool Catalog? No vendors seems to care about it anymore…

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