Tag: event processing

The Rise of Real-Time Data: How Striim Helps You Prepare for Exponential Growth

In a recent contributed article for RTInsights, The Rise of Real-Time Data: Prepare for Exponential Growth, I explained how the predicted huge increase in data sources and data volumes will impact the way we need to think about data. The key takeaway is that, if we can’t possibly store all the data being generated, “the
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Programming: A Shortfall of Legacy Event Processing

Guest post on event processing by Opher Etzion With the onset of the Internet of Things, our universe is now flooded with events that require event processing. These events are introduced to the digital world with all the wonders of IoT and wearable computing that report on anything and everything that happens. But our ability to take
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Native Apache Kafka Integration in the Striim Platform

Tight Integration Enables Streaming Replay, Application Decoupling, and Event Processing Guarantee Apache Kafka is now embedded within the Striim platform. Now, if you choose, you no longer need to maintain a Kafka cluster, or mess with your Kafka tier, to deliver streaming integration and analytics. This native Kafka integration opens the door to several new
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