About Richard Tibbetts
I’m currently Chief Technology Office at StreamBase Systems. I was a cofounder of StreamBase in 2003, along with grad students and faculty members from the Aurora Project at MIT, Brown and Brandeis. StreamBase is the leading vendor of Complex Event Processing (CEP) software for high throughput, low latency event processing. The StreamBase software enables developers to create real-time applications quickly using our development tools and the StreamSQL programming language.
Prior to StreamBase I was a undergrad and graduate student at MIT. I majored in Computer Science, receiving SB and MEng degrees. My thesis work was on the Linear Road Stream Data Management Benchmark, part of the Aurora Project.
Official Sounding Biography
Shamelessly stolen from the StreamBase marketing department.
As a co-founder and Chief Technology Officer at StreamBase, Richard provides technical leadership for the company and leads architecture design for StreamBase’s Event Processing Platform. Richard is also responsible for furthering new StreamBase capabilities such as StreamBase’s ‘white-box’ application frameworks, for example, the Smart Order Routing Framework.
As CTO, Richard directs the next-generation of StreamSQL, the event programming language developed by Richard and the StreamBase team, which applies the benefits of SQL for stored data to real-time transitory data.
Richard is an active blogger and writer, and frequently represents StreamBase at leading technology events such as SIGMOD, VLDB, and DEBS. Richard is also the StreamBase representative at EPTS, a Complex Event Processing industry group of which StreamBase is a founding member. In addition, Richard proactively works with multiple vendors, including Oracle, to further advance the cause of CEP and CEP standards..
Richard earned both his BS in Computer Science and Engineering, and Masters of Engineering Degrees at MIT. He completed his graduate research under the direction of Dr. Mike Stonebraker, StreamBase’s founder.