Martin Suntinger

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Event-based systems are gaining increasing popularity for building loosely coupled and distributed systems. Since business processes are becoming more interconnected and event-driven, event-based systems fit well for supporting and monitoring business processes. In this paper, we present an event-based business intelligence tool, the Event Tunnel framework.(More)
Event-based systems monitor business processes in real time. The event-tunnel visualization sees the stream of events captured from such systems as a cylindrical tunnel. The tunnel allows for back-tracing business incidents and exploring event patterns' root causes. The authors couple this visualization with tools that let users search for relevant events(More)
—Business processes spanning across organizational boundaries inside and outside an enterprise are increasingly becoming common practice in today's networked business environments. Service level agreements (SLAs) are negotiated between enterprises to measure, ensure and enforce service fulfillment and quality in this dynamic context. Often, SLA violations(More)
Event processing rules may be prescribed in many different ways, including by finite state machines, graphical methods, ECA (event-condition-action) rules or reactive rules that are triggered by event patterns. In this paper, we present a model for defining event relationships for event processing rules. We propose a so-called correlation set allowing users(More)
Today's networked business environment requires systems which are adaptive and easy to integrate. Event-based systems have been developed and used to control business processes with loosely coupled systems. Research and product development focused so far on efficiency issues, but neglected simulation support to build robust and efficient event-driven(More)
This article presents a novel framework for creating sense-and-respond rules, which allow detecting noteworthy event situations from streams of business incidents and responding to them in near real-time. Focusing on expressiveness as well as manageability, the proposed framework uses a model-driven approach for the rule definition, where the different(More)
Event-pattern rules are the foundation of Complex Event Processing (CEP) applications. Yet, despite the vast potential CEP offers for agile business applications, its practical relevance rises and falls with the manageability within the organizational framework conditions of an enterprise. In this paper we present a novel rule-management framework for the(More)