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Nastel's CTO to Discuss Complex Event Processing at SOA World Conference & Expo

A whole new level of management challenges

Complex Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) based SOA environments pose a whole new level of management challenges. This session will explore the nature of those challenges by illustrating the need for a Complex Event Processor (CEP) to proactively manage your ESB.

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Speaker Bio:
Albert Mavashev spent many years working with application integration and monitoring technologies. His professional interest is in IT integration, performance monitoring, service-oriented architecture (SOA), and ITIL. His personal interests are in financial markets, technology and photography. He currently holds the CTO position at Nastel Technologies.

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