Larry would like to thank Tim Perry for his contributions to this month's article.

The demand for real-time event analysis is constantly increasing. As consumers, we have high expectations that the businesses we deal with can identify and react to our transactions and issues instantaneously. Consumers and businesses alike are starting to assume that their suppliers are monitoring their activity and will proactively come to their rescue. Organizations are trying to fulfill these demands through building applications that can provide real-time, aggregated transaction information that is systematically actionable, repeatable and can handle the unknown occurrences that will inevitably happen.

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