Fathers and Godfathers of Complex Event Processing Headline First-Ever Virtual Conference on CEP

ebizQ’s Event Processing Virtual Conference Scheduled for May 7th, 2008.

New Rochelle, NY, April 19, 2008 --(PR.com)-- ebizQ (www.ebizQ.net) will host a web conference on May 7, 2008, to provide actionable advice for Fortune 1000 companies on Event Processing. An all-star faculty includes industry luminaries such as Roy Schulte, VP Gartner, Charles Brett, Principal Analyst at Forrester, David Luckham, Father of CEP and professor emeritus at Stanford University, and Mani Chandy, professor at CalTech.

Event processing is an exciting enterprise technology that combines several technological disciplines such as SOA architecture, process modeling, and predictive analytics, to improve decision making, reduce costs, and help companies respond quickly to competitive threats and opportunities in the marketplace. But because it’s so new, many still don’t know how event processing works or what it can do for their business.

To address this challenge, ebizQ has organized the industry’s first free all-day Event Processing virtual conference. On May 7th, IT and business professionals from around the world will converge on ebizQ’s virtual event center to learn from this industry’s foremost experts and interact with each other. The conference will address burning questions such as: What makes event processing different from conventional application design? What are the different styles of event processing? And how can mainstream companies realize the benefits of event processing?

Like any real conference, there’s more to see and hear than just keynotes. ebizQ’s virtual conference is as interactive as a traditional one, with a lively panel discussion on the relationship of Event Driven Architectures (EDA) and SOA. Attendees can network with the experts, get their questions answered, and chat with vendors about requirements and solutions. And for a topic that deals with drawing efficiencies from your business’ events, it seems appropriate that conference goers can do all this without leaving their desks.

To register for this free all-day conference, visit www.ebizq.net/events/event_processing/

Major sponsors to date include IBM, BEA, IWay Software and Aleri. A select few sponsorship and speaking opportunities still exist. Contact ebizQ for details.

About ebizQ
ebizQ is the definitive venue for business and IT professionals, vendors, and industry analysts with the need to exchange information on enterprise technologies, problems, and solutions. They focus on enterprise infrastructure including SOA, BPM, integration, Business Intelligence, SaaS, and security. ebizQ provides the most comprehensive and timely information available on vendors, products, market directions, and best practices. ebizQ.net is a portal for blogs, webinars, podcasts, news, features, white papers, and virtual conferences. The site includes content from the leading industry analysts and experts. ebizQ events including webinars and virtual conferences provide an interactive interface where visitors and ask questions and interact with other visitors. The ebizQ community is over 100,000 strong. All of ebizQ's content through each of its channels is freely available to subscribers.

Leah Archibald