Complex Event Processing (CEP) - detection of sequences of events

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Complex Event Processing (CEP) - detection of sequences of events

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The detection and matching of predefined sequences of events in incoming, unbounded data streams is called Complex Event Processing (CEP).

CEP is like searching the desired pattern in a query window.

A common use case in real-time stream processing is the detection of predefined sequences of events over continuously-arriving data–data that is often out of order.

To expose CEP via SQL for instance, you can use MATCH_RECOGNIZE

A common (but historically complex) task in SQL day-to-day work is to identify meaningful sequences of events in a data set — also known as Complex Event Processing (CEP).

Example

  • Infrastructure monitoring that detects when a server in your cluster is overheating.
  • Network intrusion detection that creates alerts based on unusual behavior.
  • Supply chain management that detects potential thefts.
  • Trend detection based on physical or digital activity.

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