In his latest post, EDA versus CEP, Jack van Hoof reminds us that event processing alone, however complex, doesn't necessarily imply a proper architectural approach.
"Think of the architectural challenges of semantics mediation, extremely loosely coupled process flows and transaction control. And think of security in a extremely loosely coupled environment: authentication, authorization, encryption, credential assertion, non-repudiation. All of these aspects are not explicitly addressed in CEP (Complex Event Processing), but are in EDA."
So I plan to start using a new acronym - JBOCE - Just A Bunch Of Complex Events.