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What is Event Processing?

Definition of Event Processing

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What is Event Processing?

Event processing refers to the real-time analysis and processing of events, which are defined as significant occurrences or changes in a system or environment. This can include things like sensor data, financial transactions, social media activity, and other types of data that can be processed and analyzed in real-time to detect patterns, identify trends, and trigger actions or alerts. Event processing systems typically use complex algorithms and machine learning techniques to analyze and process data in real-time, and can be used for a wide range of applications, such as fraud detection, marketing automation, and industrial automation.

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