Adapters and Analytics: COTS? NOT!

Marc Adler shows why his musings are rapidly becoming one of my “must read” blogs in his post, CEP Vendors and the Ecosystem.

We have been making similar points in the event processing blogosphere, namely the important of adapters and analytics.   Today, event processing vendors are surprisingly weak in both areas. 

For one thing, there was way much emphasis on rules-based analytics in 2007.  Where are the rest of the plug-and-play commercial analytics end users need for event processing??

And another thing….. 🙂

Why are there so few choices of adapters and why do we have to write our own??

Sometimes I think that if I read another press release on 500,000 events per second I’m going to shout out – the event processing software on the market today cannot even connect to a simple UNIX domain socket out-of-the-box, so how about ZERO events per second!

The bottom line is that the market is still wide open for a software vendor to come to the party with a wide array of plug-and-play, grab-and-go, adapters and analytics.  

Folks are talking COTS, but more often it is NOTS.

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