Category: Education and Training

Mahout on Elastic MapReduce: Running k-means Clustering

Posted on 05/07/09 No Comments

Following up on KMeans Clustering Now Running on Elastic MapReduce, Stephen Green has generously documented the steps that was necessary to get an example of k-Means clustering up and running on Amazon’s Elastic MapReduce (EMR) on the Apache Lucene Mahout wiki. Mahout on Elastic MapReduce by Stephen Green As a side note, there has been [...]

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Twenty Four CEP Public Presentations on SlideShare

Posted on 11/03/08 2 Comments

For archiving purposes, I have uploaded 24 public CEP presentations that I presented over an 18 month period at various conferences from March 14, 2006 to September 21, 2007.  These presentations can be viewed here.  For example, my first public CEP presentation: View SlideShare presentation or Upload your own. (tags: event processing) So far, I [...]

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ICT Cmte: Thailand’s Cyber Law Compliance Seminar

Posted on 06/12/08 No Comments

ICT Cmte: Thailand’s Cyber Law Compliance Seminar American Chamber of Commerce in Thailand Date & Time: 17-Jun-2008 Details: This month You are invited to attend a Computer Crime Act Compliance Seminar. Find out what the Thai “Cyber Law” requires, when it will start to be enforced and how you can comply. If your business or [...]

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The (ISC)2 Blog

Posted on 05/28/08 No Comments

(ISC)²® is globally recognized for certifying information security professionals throughout their careers and the kind folks there have asked me to blog in information security topics.  If interested, here is the link to my posts over at the (ISC)2 blog.  

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Please Welcome Dr. Rainer von Ammon to The CEP Blog

Posted on 02/12/08 No Comments

Today is an especially joyful occasion on The CEP Blog.    I am pleased to announce that one of the world’s top experts on CEP, Dr. Rainer von Ammon, has joined the blog. Dr. Rainer von Ammon is managing director of the Centrum für Informations-Technology Transfer (CITT) in Regensburg. Until October 2005 he was Professor for Software Engineering, specializing in [...]

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CEP in Layman’s Terms: Reuse and Agility

Posted on 01/18/08 No Comments

We often hear a lot about the core benefits of SOA, which include reuse and agility. This week, I was in a meeting with Manoo Ordeedolchest, Board Member of Software Park, Thailand, Former President of the Software Industry Promotion Agency (SIPA), Former Dean, The School of Technology, Shinawatra University and a Lecturer at Chulalongkorn University, National [...]

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Invitation to Join the DEBS 2008 Group on LinkedIn

Posted on 01/07/08 1 Comment

I would like to invite the readers of my blog to join the DEBS 2008 group on LinkedIn. Joining this group will allow you to find and contact other DEBS 2008 members on LinkedIn. The goal of the DEBS 2008 group is to help members: Reach other event processing people, sponsors and attendees of DEBS 2008. Accelerate careers, business, and research [...]

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Executives are Risk Adverse and Favor Large, Stable Companies

Posted on 01/02/08 1 Comment

Marco Seiriö asks, To Integrate Or Not? And How? with an underlying message that he thinks it is unwise for RuleCore, as a CEP vendor, to spend development resources on integration and adapters. I think most small companies in RuleCore’s position would make similar statements for a number of reasons, including Marco’s observation that they are resource constrained. Unfortunately [...]

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OpenCourseWare: Get Smart for Complex Event Processing!

Posted on 12/30/07 No Comments

Ready to move beyond the basics of event processing?   Perhaps you would like to beef up your Java skills?   The Basics of Signal Processing?  Or maybe you are interested in Advanced Complexity Theory?   Artificial Intelligence?  Computer Language Engineering?  Queueing Theory? Well then, put your feet up, relax and click on over to the Department of Electrical [...]

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