About

Founder

Tim Bass, CISSP, the Founder of The Complex Event Processing Blog, Technical Advisor to Software Park Thailand, Committee Member, Member of (ISC)2, Certified Information Security Systems Professional (CISSP), Co-Chair, International Relations, Distributed Event Based Systems (DEBS) 2008 and Co-Chair EPTS Reference Architecture Working Group Committee. In addition, as a public service to the global technical community, Tim serves as the Founder and director for The UNIX Forums.

Former Founder and CTO of SilkRoad Inc., Former Founder and Managing Director of SilkRoad Asia Co. Ltd., Principal Consultant for Network-Centric Architecture and Security, HQ USAF, Office of the CIO, Former Member of the US Federal CIO Council, Architecture and Infrastructure Committee, Former Principal Consultant for Net-Centric Operations, United States Department of Defense (DOD), Office of the Secretary of Defense, Former Principal Consultant for Networks and Network Security, United States Air Force (USAF), Air Combat Command (ACC), Former Principal Consultant for Network Security, Y2K Turnover, the United States Department of Energy (DoE), Former Principal Consultant for Information Dissemination Management (IDM), Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA), Former Principal Internet Security Consultant to SWIFT, Chase Manhattan Bank and the Swiss Bank Corporation, Former Principal Global Architect, TIBCO Software.

His work on Internet security and cyberattack countermeasures has been featured in Popular Science Magazine (July 1999) and Federal Computer Week. He is internationally recognized as a thought leader in complex event processing (CEP), Internet security, next-generation intrusion detection and distributed multi-sensor data fusion architectures.

 

Contributors

Greg Reemler is a systems architect at Techrotech, dealing with the demands of his clueless boss, Jerry Fleck.

 

 

 

Dr. Rainer von Ammon is managing director of the Centrum für Informations-Technology Transfer (CITT) in Regensburg. Until October 2005 he was Professor for Software Engineering, specializing in E-Business infrastructures and distributed systems, at the University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria. Rainer is still teaching there and at the University of Applied Sciences of Regensburg. From 1998 to 2002, he worked as Principal Consultant and Manager for R+D Cooperations at BEA Systems (Central and Eastern Europe). Prior to this, he was Professor for Software Engineering in Dresden with a focus on development of applications with event driven object oriented user interfaces and component based application development. Before this Rainer was acting as manager of the field Basic Systems at the Mummert + Partner Unternehmensberatung, Hamburg. After finishing his studies of Information Sciences at the University of Regensburg, he started as project leader of Computer Based Office Systems (COBIS) from 1978 to 1983 and afterward founded a start up company with some of his colleagues.

 

 

 

2 Responses to About

  1. Vicki Zesses says:

    Hi Tim,

    We would like to invite you to be a guest on our interview series on the subject of Complex Event Processing. See http://www.complexeventspodcast.com.

    The series is a completely objective analysis on the subject of CEP and engages experts on the topic.

    In fact, we just recently completed an interview with David Luckham.

    Specific topics and questions for the interview can be provided in advance. We welcome you to provide questions on which you would like to be engaged.

    I have been reading your blog over the last few months and very much like your honest and straightforward comments, today’s posting a wonderful case-in-point (“…I disagree…CEP is neither a process nor a service…”)

    The interview process typically takes no more than an hour in total. We record the session over the phone. After initially editing, you receive the interview on a private link to review and request any edits you like. We post the interview only after you have listened and given your approval.

    About Voices in Business… We produce topic specific interview series featuring thought leaders in the field sharing their insights and opinions. Examples of some of our other series are: http://www.algotradingpodcast.com, http://www.paymentspodcast.com, http://www.mifidpodcast.com, and http://www.virtualworldsbusinesscast.com.

    Are you available sometime in the next few weeks to do an interview? I certainly hope so.

    Kind regards,
    Vicki

    Vicki Zesses
    President, Americas
    Voices In Business
    Office (415) 665-0344
    Mobile (415) 613-0060
    vicki@voicesinbusiness.com

  2. Thank you for your terrific and informative blog. Ventana Research currently has a primary research program, “Innovating with Operational Intelligence and Complex Event Processing,” open for participation here:

    http://vovici.com/wsb.dll/s/432ag3488f?id=vrhome
    (or via http://www.ventanaresearch.com)

    The questions in the research survey focus on CEP, use of real-time information and analytics about events, choices made regarding operational BI vs BAM and event-based technology and integration with SOA and BPM. We would be very interested in including the experiences of TheCEPBlog community in our data and analysis.

    We will report on this research in September. Participants in the research will get a report about the results. I’d also be happy to share insights from the research with TheCEPBlog community in other ways.

    Thanks very much for the opportunity to invite this community to participate!

    Regards,
    David Stodder
    VP & Research Director
    Ventana Research
    david.stodder@ventanaresearch.com

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