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Data, Data Everywhere but Still Not Enough Information – Striim Does the Analysis, Just in Time!

A recent routine trip to the family doctor resulted in conversations with our primary physician, a specialist and a short trip to a medical facility for a MRI. Nothing extraordinary with the process, and somewhat expected, and yet the process held one last surprise. What hadn’t been expected was the work we had to do
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It’s All about Focus and When It Comes to HPE NonStop, Striim Is in the Spotlight

In my most recent travels I was able to work in almost a week in Las Vegas where I participated in the HPE big-tent marketing event, HPE Discover 2016. What made this particularly interesting was that it was the first event of its type that HPE has held in the Americas following the split. As
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Running Real or Running Virtual, NonStop Remains in the Race; Striim Ensures NonStop Is Winning!

In a new post to the ATMmarketplace blog I just completed about how combinations of self-service devices and automation (including robotics) may lead to unanticipated combinations of ATMs and Kiosks – surprisingly, potentially devices that deliver burgers and cash. Without the ketchup on your banknotes, of course! However, it did raise the question about behavior
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Big Data Makes It into the HPE Nonstop Playbook …

There’s been a flurry of user focused events centered on HPE NonStop systems. From the Florida coast to the Arizona desert to European capitals there’s been a lot of interest in NonStop, coming from existing users of NonStop. The most recent user group event, GTUG, held in Berlin, Germany, wrapped up a week ago but
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Sensors, Heartbeats and Analytics – What Gets Our Blood Racing?

There continue to be ongoing discussions across the NonStop community about the benefits, real or otherwise, from tapping into data stream analytics. This dates back to the early days of NonStop systems when every processor cycle was important – when it comes to mission critical applications, latency is a very big concern. Very early on
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Data Deluge — Striim and NonStop Manage Overwhelming Volume, Variety and Velocity of Data

The time for speculation is long gone. Predictions about the likely future challenges facing IT have become a reality, at least in one aspect. Simply put, we are facing a wall of data coming, rushing towards us and there are few places to hide. The pundits tell us that wisely used it is this data
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Barriers Are Down: For NonStop, Striim Joins the Worlds of Stream Processing and Transaction Processing!

The spotlight is shining even more brightly on Big Data, with no evidence that the illumination is lessening in any way. Business is beginning to understand the value proposition of Big Data, and increasingly, it’s not just the process of saving everything an enterprise encounters as it pursues its business interests, but rather the impact
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The Striim™ Platform – Data, the Instant It’s Born, Becoming Useful to HPE NonStop!

The weather changes in an instant in the Colorado Rockies. I’ve lived here long enough never to take the weather for granted. It’s not a cliché but rather sound advice based on years of experience so, if you like the weather you’re having, don’t expect it to last as it will change. You want four
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I May Be Behind the Wheel, but Very Soon, It’s Likely Striim That Will Keep Me Out of Harm’s Way!

If you live in the San Francisco area, be it on the peninsula or across the other side of The Bay, you would be hard pressed to miss the ever-present storyline behind autonomous driving. If there is another region anywhere in America where traffic, as snarled-up and congested as it is today, can be found
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Shaking up Planet Earth; NonStop Has the Power, Striim Has the Precision. Trust Us!

In an interview published in the January 1, 2016, issue of Fortune Magazine, discussing questions about the importance of Big Data when it comes to saving lives, the doctor being interviewed made a couple of significant observations. “When you have an entire medical record, there’s context around the data,” said Dr. David B. Angus, MD
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