TIBCO's BusinessEvents Software Plays by the Rules

Latest version of company's complex event processing software extends its rules capabilities.

April 24, 2007

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TIBCO Software launched a new edition of its CEP (complex event processing) software this week that the vendor said will help IT administrators extract pattern information from events to better prioritize their response to incidents.

BusinessEvents 2.0, which gathers, filters and corroborates event data from across the enterprise, relies on a business-rules engine that incorporates a new rules-analysis function, which the vendor said will increase an administrator's knowledge of dependencies to more accurately assess the potential business impact of an event.The software also adds a new API network managers can use to integrate BusinessEvents with other applications. Companies also can introduce new rules when the application is running.

The software also comes with rule debugger which evaluates the impact of modifications and alerts administrators to ineffective rules.

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