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Colin Clark Launches CEP Topic on Ulitzer

I was recently introduced to Ulitzer. And I like it a lot. You can check out my contributions there.

CEP on Ulitzer

Colin Clark launched on Wednesday "CEP Complex Event Processing" topic on Ulitzer.

"I was recently introduced to Ulitzer. And I like it a lot. You can check out my contributions on Ulitzer by clicking here," he recently wrote in his blog.

Colin has been processing events in event processing for over 20 years and has both founded a couple of companies and held executive positions at others in the space.

You can follow Colin on Twitter at http:\\twitter.com\CCEPLLC and send topic suggestions to [email protected].

"Complex event processing, or CEP, is primarily an event processing concept that deals with the task of processing multiple events with the goal of identifying the meaningful events within the event cloud. CEP employs techniques such as detection of complex patterns of many events, event correlation and abstraction, event hierarchies, and relationships between events such as causality, membership, and timing, and event-driven processes. CEP is to discover information contained in the events happening across all the layers in an organization and then analyze its impact from the macro level as "complex event" and then take subsequent action plan in real time." according to Wikipedia.

The new Ulitzer topic site offers more than 1,000 articles from over 40 Ulitzer published author including: Dana Gardner, Tony Baer, JP Morgenthal, Irfan Khan, Salvatore Genovese, Lori MacVittie, Miko Matsumura, Jeremy Geelan, Maureen O'Gara, Dave Chappell, Elizabeth White, Roger Strukhoff, Chris Pollach, Douglas Mackinnon, Wayne Greene, Liz McMillan, Adrian Bridgwater, Marco Seiriö, Paul O'Connor, Prabhu Balashanmugam, Yanbing Lu, Alex Fletcher, Tim Middleton.

Ulitzer Live! New-Media Conference & Expo
The first "Ulitzer New-Media Power Panel" took place at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, California. Streamed live to 60,000 viewers via SYS-CON.TV, the panel was moderated by Jeremy Geelan. Geelan's guests in the first power panel were Ian Thain and Tim Crawford.

Ulitzer Live! New-Media Conference & Expo will debut on June 14, 2010, in New York City and a world-class Ulitzer faculty will analyze the new-media revolution, including content marketing strategies, social CRM, enterprise social media, personal branding, advertising, marketing and public relations on new-media, and other emerging topics of the new-media revolution. Ulitzer Live! 2010 West event will take place on December 6, 2010, in San Jose, California.

The call for papers for both events are now open. (Contact events (@) sys-con.com with questions and comments.)

About Ulitzer
Ulitzer is the first "new media" platform in the world that revolutionizes how we will create, deliver, and consume content on the Web.

Ulitzer authors can get started with their first article in a few minutes and may start a new "topic" on any subject or write a story and post it both to their Ulitzer author page and to any existing Ulitzer topic.

The network effect of people using Ulitzer to communicate and collaboratively produce and categorize content is disruptive, bypassing traditional media and middlemen.

Topics published on Ulitzer range from Greek Isles in the Summer to New-Media via Personal Branding and Marketing & Sales.

Ulitzer, Inc. owns more than 400 established and well-known content websites including www.sys-con.com.

Detailed information on how to become a Ulitzer author can be obtained here.

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