Applying Complex Event Processing to Business Rules

With its release of Enterprise BRMS 5.2, JBoss has brought to market a unique combination of business rules and complex event processing, unavailable elsewhere in the industry.


Delivered in a single open source distribution and accessible from a common set of authoring tools, JBoss Enterprise BRMS customers can combine business rules and event processing in support of a broad range of decision management applications.

Come join the conversation between Mark Proctor - Drools Co-Founder and Project Lead, Edson Tirelli - Complex Event Processing (CEP) Lead, and Prakash Aradhya - Senior Product Manager of JBoss Enterprise BRMS, in a webinar that explores some of the many new features now available to enterprise developers. The discussion will center around the many powerful solutions that can be built with the combination of rules and complex events.

Learn how JBoss has:
  • Enabled applying temporal reasonings (CEP) to business rules
  • Seamlessly integrated complex event processing into the BRMS rules authoring tooling
  • Delivered an entirely revamped decision table interface for more accessible and intuitive rules authoring for the business user
  • Enabled effectively monitoring rule sessions
  • Added backward chaining

JBoss Enterprise BRMS is a key component of the JBoss vision for the Intelligent, Integrated Enterprise. In this session, you'll get a sense of how truly intelligent your enterprise can become.


Date: December 8, 2011

  • Available on-demand
Length: 1:00
Language: English
Audience: Business and Technical


Prakash Aradhya Sr. Product Manager, Red Hat
Mark Proctor Drools Project Lead and Founder, Red Hat
Edson Tirelli Senior Software Engineer, Red Hat

About Prakash Aradhya: Prakash Aradhya is responsible for driving the product strategy and roadmap for JBoss Enterprise BRMS and BPM products. He has over 15 years of experience in product development and product management in the middleware software industry. Prior to his focus on the BRMS and BPM products, Prakash was responsible for JBoss Developer Platform product management which included JBoss Developer Studio. Prior to joining Red Hat, Prakash worked at Sun Microsystems (now part of Oracle) as SOA Product Manager for the Sun Java CAPS product.
About Mark Proctor: Mark Proctor is the Drools project founder and lead and joined JBoss as an employee when the Drools project was federated into the JBoss stack. Having developed a powerful expert system, he is now turning his attention to other declarative paradigms in an effort to unify them to allow for richer domain modeling environments. Mark received his Master’s degree in Business and Information Systems and his Bachelor’s degree in Engineer Science and Technology from Brunel University in West London, UK.
About Edson Tirelli: Edson Tirelli is a Senior Software Engineer at Red Hat with over 10 years of experience in the Middleware and Telecom Industries. He has been working on the Drools project (part of the JBoss Enterprise BRMS product) design and development for 5+ years and is the Lead Designer of the Drools Fusion CEP engine.

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