Oracle CEP Events at OpenWorld 2010

I am looking forward to attending the Oracle OpenWorld/Oracle Develop/JavaOne conference next week in San Francisco.  Here is a listing of the scheduled CEP Events taking place at the conference. I will tweet late breaking news and things that catch my eye, so follow me on twitter if you are interested (sethjwhite).

Oracle OpenWorld Session 
S317712
Empowering Oracle Complex Event Processing for the Business User
Mon, Sep. 20, 5:00-6:00PM Moscone South, Rm 310 
Real-time complex event processing and analytics in the hands of business users can significantly accelerate efforts to identify threats and opportunities, preempt competition, and streamline operations. Businesses need to adapt to continuously changing environmental conditions and competitive pressures. Giving business users the ability to analyze real-time streaming data along with relational data can be a game changer for any organization. This session is for anyone who would like to easily model, analyze, and react to business event intelligence in the real world. Learn how EnerNOC is using Oracle Complex Event Processing to enhance and extend its world-class energy management applications.
Speakers: Robin Smith, Stephani Smith (EnerNOC), Jim Nichols (EnerNOC)

Oracle Develop Session
S317733
Oracle Complex Event Processing Reference Architecture and Design Patterns
Tue, Sep. 21, 8:00-9:00AM Hotel Nikko Ballroom III
Understanding the foundation, infrastructure, and maturity model components of the Oracle Reference Architecture for EDA is a key factor in producing comprehensive and scalable event-driven architecture solutions. This session will explain those architectural principles and illustrate how to implement business logic to provide business users with the flexibility to quickly respond to changing situations. We'll demonstrate Oracle Complex Event Processing solutions, highlighting all of the advantages of Java, but with an expressiveness and conciseness provided by the Oracle Continuous Query Language. This session is intended for architects, developers, and project managers involved in EDA application planning and implementation.
Speakers: Anbu Krishnaswamy, Lloyd Williams, Jim Leary (EnerNOC)

Oracle Develop Session
S317737
Emerging Patterns for Integration and Oracle Service Bus
Wed, Sep. 22, 4:45-5:45PM Hotel Nikko Mendicino I/II
This session discusses the new patterns emerging to solve complex integration problems with Oracle technology. We'll show how combining Oracle Complex Event Processing with Oracle Service Bus can enable a new class of event-driven architecture (EDA) solutions to support the dynamic business challenges of pattern detection and classification.
Speakers: Deb Ayers, Andy Piper, Markus Hupfer (EADS)

Hands-On Lab Session
S318597
Complex Event Processing and Business Activity Monitoring Best Practices
Tue, Sep. 21, 11:30-12:30PM Hilton SF Franciscan A-D
This hands-on lab shows how to construct Event-Driven Architecture and Complex Event Processing applications with recommended common Continuous Query Language (CQL) usage patterns, using the comprehensive development, deployment and testing environment of Oracle Complex Event Processing. You will enhance the application with additional functionality integrated with Oracle Business Activity Monitoring, and monitor its performance, using the Visualizer User Interface tooling. This session will provide a solid foundation and introduction for those architects and developers investigating and implementing Event-Driven Architecture Enterprise Solutions.
Personnel: Lloyd Williams, Robin Smith, Eric Hsiao, Alex Alves, Andy Piper, Ritesh Agarwal


CEP Booth/Demopod (3397)
We will be showing a number of cool demos at the booth, so stop by. This is a good chance to talk with members of the development team.

      Monday, Sep. 20:10:00AM-5:30PM

      Tuesday, Sep. 21:9:45AM-5:30PM

      Wednesday, Sep. 22: 9:00AM-4:00PM

 

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