Charles Young points out that Microsoft’s answer for Complex Event Processing is now available for Tech Preview download. I wrote a summary of what I saw of this solution at TechEd, so now I have to dig through the documentation (separate download for those not brave enough to install the CTP!) and see what’s new.
Next step, installing and trying to feed BizTalk events into it, or receive events out as BizTalk messages. Also up next, adding more hours to the day and stopping time.
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Hehe. I sympathise. And it’s worse for me…I’m on vacation 😦 Anyway, I posted a response on my blog site at http://geekswithblogs.net/cyoung/archive/2009/08/24/134276.aspx
Charles, good follow up post. Definitely have to see where (and if) it makes sense to engage an ESB alongside a CEP solution. It’ll be fun to see how folks start using this in the MS world …