Real-time risk: a mandate for trading in volatile markets

Are all complex event processing (CEP) engines or technologies created equally? If not, what are the differences between available technologies?

John Bates: Often they are considered to be the same, but there are a number of different types of CEP technologies emerging. One is what you might call 'the real-time analytics engine'. It is as if you are able to give it a continuous database query where it takes in a stream of events. From this it can generate value-added streams such as real-time

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