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Complex Event Processing (CEP) Market - Worldwide Market Forecast & Analysis to 2018

DUBLIN, Apr. 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Research and Markets


) has announced the addition of the

"Complex Event Processing (CEP) Market - Worldwide Market Forecast & Analysis to 2018"

report to their offering.


In past decade, we observed progress of high frequency trading (HFT) in capital markets. This has given an undeniable push to the CEP middleware software solutions. The traditional Business Intelligence (BI) tools require structured data and relational databases to process and provide strategic outputs. As well, the realization of opportunity is delayed as the process of analyzing databases takes a huge amount of time. Therefore, there was a need of high velocity detection and responsive technology. This led to the creation of better value proposition for organizations to innovate and improvise event based technologies. Furthermore, big data phenomenon also created a rising demand for a robust technology. There was a further demand for real-time access and analysis of unstructured data within various industries, such as BFSI, government, manufacturing, telecommunication and healthcare.

In the last decade, CEP technologies have evolved to better forms. Few of the leading forms have been the rule based, query based and status based CEP technologies. In order to comply with new regulatory standards, organizations are spending to improvise CEP engines. This trend will further help in the growth of CEP market in the coming years. Therefore, CEP rules can be customized based on the demands of the organizations in a particular vertical, such as functionalities, response requirements and compliance regulations. Moreover, recent mergers and acquisitions in CEP market further highlight the influence of CEP technology over market leaders. There are many emerging players that are also entering into CEP market with their unique capabilities and innovative products. Some of these players are providing CEP technology over cloud, which doesn't require any installation and is cost effective.


complex event processing

market report analyzes global adoption trends, drivers and evolving platforms in this rapidly emerging market. The report aims at identifying and evaluating the current market size and future market opportunities. The report also provides in-depth insight on major players and competitive trend in CEP market.

Key Topics Covered:

1 Introduction

2 Executive Summary

3 CEP: Market Ecosystem And Dynamics

4 CEP: Market Size And Forecast, By Types

5 CEP: Market Size And Forecasts, By Services

6 CEP: Market Size And Forecast, By Verticals

7 CEP: Market Size And Forecast By Regions

8 CEP: Markets Analysis, Trends And Insights

9 CEP: Competitive Landscape

10 Company Profiles

Companies Mentioned:

  • Automic Software
  • Cisco
  • Clear Priority
  • Emc
  • Fujitsu
  • Huawei
  • Ibm
  • Informatica
  • Lockheed Martin
  • Microsoft
  • Modular Streams
  • Nastel Technologies
  • Onemarketdata
  • Oracle
  • Radware
  • Redhat
  • Sap
  • Sas
  • Sl Corporation
  • Software Ag
  • Tibco
  • Traak System
  • Vitria Technologies
  • Westglobal

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