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Shifting from old fashion BI to more dynamic BI in order to embrace the new business world

Shifting from old fashion BI to more dynamic BI in order to embrace the new business world

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  • 1. Event Driven Business IntelligenceBy Ali BELCAID – Managing Consultant
  • 2. Context : Traditional BI New BI Architecture Business Event Approach to Project Business Event ImplementationEvent Management - Where it is Applied
  • 3. Context Traditional BI Architectures Business Intelligence (BI)ERP • Reports • Olap • DashboardsCRM ETL ETLFIN ETL Datawarehouse or ODS HR Files Real-time BI Operational sources Datamarts • Real-time Operational • Relational Databases Dashboards • Mainframe • Alerts and escalation • Flat files • Collaboration
  • 4. Context Traditional BI ArchitecturesAs matter of fact : Business users are relying on inflexible, heavy and costly BI platform : each time they ask for new request, they have to wait for Business users are relying on past figures, so that they are delaying their decision every time waiting for the right information until they get it Their BI platform is not synchronized with their business processes : there is a clear GAP between their BI and their processes There is no way to have insights from what Business User is doing at the moment : He has to wait for having it ! Many companies are struggling to get people having real-time data but they are doing it in the wrong way
  • 5. Context Continuous Intelligence – Avoid LatencyData Latency is what is causingTraditional BI not to reach the Business Eventgoal of having the right data at Trigger every Datathe right time. Handling Do not wait for a long Time: Business Event quicker response to detected issues Potential Business Value Data Stored Avoid : Information Delivered Data Latency Analysis Latency Decision Latency Information Analyzed Action Taken Action time
  • 6. Context Real World EventIn real world (andreal business also) Customer Logonwe are surrounded Newby Events. We have Orderto respond to these Customerevents in such way Checks Fed “Close Account”there will be no Base Rate Web Pageinterruption in what Increasewe are doing : This Contractis where Business Production Mobile Call SubmittedEvent comes to play Item from CT New @11.13a new role in the BI Arrives at Liabilityuniverse as support Store Added Contractto our Business Returneddecisions. Rental thru EDI Rental Car Car Returned Crashed
  • 7. Context Where is the information ?These Events when Risk ofthere identified they Fraud Customer Change in Risk! Defection Product Salescould mitigate manyrisks that companies Trendare facing in day to Rentalday operations Contract Customer Cell phone Complete CrossSell fraud alert Opportunity Employee Over hours Contract Compliance Validated Limit Approached Customer now rated Gold Contract ValidSo, applying Business Event Processing to BImakes a real sense to bring real-time supportdecision to Business Users
  • 8. Context : Traditional BI New BI Architecture Business Event Approach to Project Business Event ImplementationEvent Management - Where it is Applied
  • 9. New BI Architecture Streaming Analytics Store Data for :  Trend Analysis Business Intelligence (BI)  Comparative analysis  Reports  Analysis on historical data  Olap ERP ETL  Dashboards ETL CRM ETL Datawarehouse or ODS FIN ESB A HR D A Filter / Aggregate Datamarts P Files T Capture Business Event Correlate E Processing X R Event Real-time BI  Operational Dashboards S Events Act Database  Alerts and escalation  CollaborationExternal Data Continuous data flows
  • 10. New BI Architecture Example – Action from InsightThis is an illustrationof the way aMarketing Directorcan manage his Execute Actioncampaigns according Provide values for the following action parameters:to infos brought into Begin Marketing Campaignhis dashboard. This is Region West Campaign ID 42684all about bringingintelligence intoprocesses. Help Cancel OK Bringing real-time data will turn this into Continuous Process Intelligence
  • 11. Context : Traditional BI New BI Architecture Business Event Approach to Project Business Event ImplementationEvent Management - Where it is Applied
  • 12. Business Event Approach How do we tackle a Business Management Event Project? Bringing Event Processing Management into BI world requires the use of new approach to tackle projects. You can use a phased approach containing 3 steps : Sense, Analyze and Respond. This approach is well known in the CEP (Complex Event Processing) arena. Sense Analyze Respond Event 1 Event 2 Correlation with external Events - Alert in Dashboard Event 3 Act by - Activate a Process Business Rules Making - Activate another application Event 4 Decision -… Event 5 Analysis … The analysis part correlates or The responders execute the fuses data to determine an then clauses. This part Event n estimate of the current state, and responds when reality to compare the real state with deviates from expectation by the plan. In effect, the analysis modifying expectation (theThe sensing part part continuously evaluates the plan) and executingobtains information when clauses of when-then responses such as sendingfrom within and outside rules by fusing information from alerts, invoking applications,the enterprise. This all the sensors and determines if and initiating operations bypart obtains the data the then clauses should be actuators.that defines “reality.” executed.
  • 13. Business Event Approach Project Phases - Sense Functional Requirements Events 1. Determine Business Objectives that you are looking at 2. Determine the kind of events you want to manage and if your system allows you to get them internally or externally.Group 1 3. Classify and group events that could be threats or opportunities depending on the expected analysis.Group 2 Technical RequirementsGroup 3 1. Determine Event Sources • Do you have access to the events ?Group 4 • What are the security Requirements 2. Determine Event Transport Services • Publish and subscribe messaging • Feed backed transport such as RSS or ATOM • Request / Reply (Pooling) and SOA 3. Determine your adaptation requirement • SNMP • File adapters • Database
  • 14. Business Event Approach Project Phases - Analyze true true Group 1 false false1. What are the 2. What is the sources of temporal or spatial 3. What rules & calculations should be applied? data? link between the data sequences? Complex Event match Stream1 match Stream 2 Stream 3 4. How to correlate ? Stream n Stream Adapters Event Correlation
  • 15. Business Event Approach Project Phases - Respond Decision-Centric Automation Investigate Manage to Respond  Routes work among Exceptions people  Keeps track of work status Task-oriented  Collaborative  InformationalAutomated Transaction-Detection Centric Automation  Straight-through- Automatic processing Response  Optimized to avoid manual steps and redundancy  Event-driven
  • 16. Context : Traditional BI New BI Architecture Business Event Approach to Project Business Event ImplementationEvent Management - Where it is Applied
  • 17. Business Event Implementation TIBCO Business Event Server – The platform  Complex Event Processing  Event Filtering, Aggregation, Correlation  Missing Event Detection  Causal & Timing Relationships  Multiple Event Patterns & their relationships  Reactive Rules Triggered By Event Patterns  End-to-end visibility into corporate performance  SLA violation  Fraud detection  Up-sell opportunity  Offers Real-Time AnalysisSource Tibco® of Events
  • 18. Business Event Implementation TIBCO Business Event Server – State Model – Visualize Object Life CycleSource Tibco®
  • 19. Business Event Implementation TIBCO Business Event Server – BE Features – Rules Analyzer • Visualize dependencies of Rules. • Eliminate conflicts among Rules/Conditions. • Visualize Concept and Event relationships through rules. • Drill down to a concept, and see its dependencies. • Visualize what gets fired when something changes, and its ripple effect. • Profile runtime metrics/statistics of the engine for each rule, and optimize the rule. • Combined with the debugger, shows when a rule is fired.Source Tibco®
  • 20. Business Event Implementation TIBCO Business Event Server – BE Features – Decision ManagerSource Tibco®
  • 21. Business Event Implementation TIBCO Business Event Server – BE Features – Rules TesterSource Tibco®
  • 22. Context : Traditional BI New BI Architecture Business Event Approach to Project Business Event ImplementationEvent Management - Where it is Applied
  • 23. Business Event Management Fields where it is appliedFinancial Services Health Care Telecommunications Algorithmic Trading in many asset  Patient monitoring  Network management classes  Fraud detection  SLA management MIFID compliance,  OSS/BSS systems Surveillance  Location-based services Public Sector / Government Fraud detection SWIFT money transfers  Electronic battlefield Retail / Supply Chain Real-time risk management  Surveillance Smart order routing  Emergency response  Automated supply chain Market making  War fighter monitoring  Smart shelves Market aggregation  Security  Real-time point-of-sales analysis Treasury centralization  Net centric applications and one-to-one marketing International funds transfers ATM monitoring and control Web Clearing Travel Cash and securities payments  Click-stream analysis with interbanking compensation  Flight logistics and operations  Real-time web page analysis  Automated customer service  On-line fraud detectionEnergy (kiosks, etc.)  Automated and computer Entertainment Energy trading assisted baggage handling Pipeline monitoring (e.g., with RFID)  Casino fraud detection Power grid monitoring and  Real-time fare pricing  Dynamic customer loyalty programs control  On-line gambling and gaming.
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