Complex Event Processing Market Worth $4,762 Million by 2019 – New Report by MarketsandMarkets

 

Complex Event Processing Market Worth $4,762 Million by 2019

The Complex Event Processing Market is expected to grow from $1,005 Million in 2014 to $4,762 Million in 2019.

MarketsandMarkets observes that there is an increasing demand of Complex Event Processing technology in government, defense and aerospace agencies due to the cost effectiveness and responsive operational technology, which can be integrated without disrupting traditional legacy system.

Nastel is one of the top companies that is already providing Complex Event Processing technology in their current integrated middleware software product portfolio.

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APM TechTalks 2014

Nastel TechTalks on APM for 2014Nastel is announcing its 2014 APM TechTalk lineup. The sessions are led by Albert Mavashev, CTO and Richard Nikula, VP Development and cover topics such as: analytics, tracking, performance monitoring, self-service, log analysis and middleware.

Please join us at one or more of the sessions and be sure to bring your questions.   The APM topics include:

  • Smart Logging for DEV, Test, QA & Production.
  • Tracking Messages Through DataPower
  • How to handle cascading problems with applications interconnected via middleware
  • Self Service for MQ II
  • Nastel AutoPilot – tracking, monitoring and analysis: a demo
  • Message tracking through multi-middleware
  • Use analytics to detect anomalies in composite applications
  • The Security Model in WebSphere MQ
  • Real-time Monitoring for Auditing and Compliance

If you miss any of them live, they will be available on-demand the following day at the same link.  Hope to see you there! The link for the TechTalks is here.

Getting to the Root of Root Cause Analysis

Root cause analysis in often referred to as the “Holy Grail” of monitoring.

Getting to the root cause of APM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

However, if I have my Arthurian legends straight, it was never found.  We won’t count the Indiana Jones re-write of the legend… In fact the Holy Grail is more of an ideal and not something you ever fully accomplish.

Nevertheless, it was considered the most worthwhile pursuit; even if it is always a bit out of reach.  The same holds true for application performance monitoring. Continue reading

Analyze This: The route to sustainable cost reduction

WebSphere insights:  Analyze This:  The route to sustainable cost reductionIT support can waste hours chasing down application bugs and glitches reported by users, only to discover there were no real problems in the first place. False alarms happen often, and cost businesses valuable time and frustrate users.

Complex mission–critical applications–especially those apps that span distributed and mainframe tiers and use various middleware solutions-can generate an abundance of alarms, real and false. This creates a different kind of big data problem for many enterprises. Many monitoring tools produce large volumes of data, which in turn generate alarms–a bulk of which are not for real problems. This can be overwhelming to the business

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Time is Money

Time is money when you are monitoring financial applicationsI don’t know of anyone that looks forward to balancing their checking account.  If you actually do it and don’t just rely on hope that the money won’t run out before you finish spending, you might find a discrepancy.  Was it your fault or an error by the bank?  Of course, it’s the bank’s error.  Well, truth be told…that’s not usually the case.  Put yourself in their shoes and try to imagine what it would be to keep track of billions of dollars and all the transactions that accompany that amount of money. Continue reading

Visibility? I See!!

Visibility and analytics for proactive problem resolutionWhile sitting in immovable traffic after going to the theater, I was reminded of something I heard someone say… “If we’d have left 15 minutes later, we would have been home by now.”  At the time, this made absolutely no sense.  How could we leave 15 minutes later and be home when we would be behind ourselves?  Unless, of course we had found a wormhole and were about to travel in time… Continue reading

Does Your Business System Need a Health Checkup?

Monitoring patient records is person-criticalNot too long ago, a relative was in the hospital getting ready for an outpatient procedure.  The nurse put the ID band on her and walked away.  Upon inspection of the ID band, my relative realized that this was the wrong band as it had another person’s name on it.  It was a good thing it was discovered quickly, otherwise she could have had an unnecessary and potentially dangerous procedure performed on her.  Where human life and information are concerned, there really is no room for error.  However, the big surprise is just how much patient data is still being kept on paper with no easy way to reconcile and maintain a single central up-to-date version.  Continue reading

Are You in Good Hands or Are You Dealing with Mayhem?

Are your applications running well or is it mayhem?All of us have to deal with an insurance company for one reason or another.  Pretty much every person in the USA is insured.  Each insurance agent has thousands of insured customers and each insurance company has thousands of insurance agents.  That amounts to a lot of people and a lot of policies to keep track of and provide outstanding service to.  Continue reading

The Sky’s the Limit

Use application performance monitoring for early warning about problems and the sky's the limitIt should come as no surprise, but when a company misses on consistently delivering quality service to its customers, customer satisfaction and sales will suffer resulting in order abandonment, customer attrition and ultimately brand erosion. Continue reading