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Data Model for BAM (Business Activity Monitoring) and Event-Driven Architecture   
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Specifications for the Data Architecture and Data Model have been derived from a review of these Web Sites :-
  • Brenda Michelson's Event-Driven Architecture overview.
  • Systar on BAM for Telecomms
  • Very Informative Blog from Elemental Links.
  • Mark Waite's outstanding Blog on the Oracle Event-Driven Architecture.

  • Wikipedia on BAM.
  • Wikipedia on Event-Driven Architecture.

    BAM Data Architecture

    Data Architecture
    The BAM Approach builds on our original Event-oriented Canonical Data Model
    ERD Data Model

    ERD Data Model
    Click here to download a paper on BAM for Telecomms from Systar, whose
    Telecomms customers include Alcatel-Lucent, Deutsche Telekom, France Telecom
    and Saudi Telecom.
    A powerful application of BAM is to establish a tailored and efficient approach to
    loading data into a Data Warehouse.

    A common techique of Using a 'Snapshot' technique can result in the wasteful and
    expensive loading of duplicate data.

    This can be replaced by a tailored BAM approach that will load only the data specific
    to a particular Event.
    For example, an Event for a Telecomms 'New Subscription' could trigger the load of
    only the relevant Subscription data.
    When we start to design the ERD Model, the starting point is our Models that are on
    this Database Answers Web Site:-
  • BAM
  • Data Sources
  • Events (Complex)
  • KPIs and SOPS
  • Publish and Subscribe (and Event Alerts)
  • Publish and Subscribe with KPIs

  • Barry Williams
    Principal Consultant
    Database Answers Ltd.
    London, England
    August 19th. 2014

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