Striim for Hazelcast Hot Cache

Striim is real-time streaming integration solution, making it easy to deliver custom streaming analytics applications. The platform enables multi-stream data integration and real-time Change Data Capture (CDC) across a wide variety of data sources including transactions from enterprise databases, log files, message queues, application and IoT sensor data.

Striim has partnered with Hazelcast, a leading provider of in-memory data grid technology, to enable the Hazelcast Striim Hot Cache feature. Hazelcast Striim Hot Cache provides real-time, push-based propagation of changes to a Hazelcast cache. This ensures continuous synchronization between the cache and its underlying database, and consistency with the system of record.

Highlights of Striim for Hazelcast Hot Cache include:

  • Fast propagation of database changes to the Hazelcast cache
  • Striim Change Data Capture (CDC) leverages a push model that is highly efficient
  • No application changes are needed to use Hot Cache
  • Striim also provides initial load support

Free Trial

Get started with Striim for Hazelcast Hot Cache in minutes. instantly download a fully functional, dev/test trial of the Striim platform with no time limit – including the Hazelcast adapter and CDC Wizards – on Mac, Linux or Windows. If you would like a 15-minute demo of the product with one of our lead technologists, please Request aDemo. Please feel free to contact support@striim.com with any questions.

Configuring Your System to Install Striim

Please do not install the Striim platform on a computer with less than 5GB RAM.

To install Oracle Java SE Development Kit 8:

To verify that Java installed correctly, enter the following at the command line in a Command Prompt or Terminal window:

java -version

The output should be:

java version "1.8.0_144"
Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.8.0_144-b01)
Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM (build 25.144-b01, mixed mode)

Evaluating on Mac OS X or Linux

  1. Download the .zip file by clicking the  Download Striim v. <version> button at the top of this page.
  2. Double-click the .zip file to expand the Striim_<version>.jar.
  3. Double-click the .jar file to launch the installer. If nothing happens, open a shell window, switch to the directory where you downloaded the file, and enter the following command:
    java -jar Striim_<version>.jar
  4. If you encounter a Mac security warning, you can get around this by right-clicking Striim_<version>.jar and click Open
  5. When the installer appears, click Next.
  6. Optionally, change the installation path, then click Next > OK > Next.
  7. The web configuration tool will open in your default browser. Return to the installer and click Next > Done.
  8. Return to the web client, read the license agreement, then click Accept and Continue.
  9. If you see “Congratulations,” click Continue. If you see messages that your computer can not run Striim, resolve the problems indicated, for example by installing the required version of Java or switching to Chrome. To restart the web configuration tool, run .../Striim/bin/WebConfig.sh.
  10. Enter the following in the appropriate fields:
    1. your company name
    2. the name for the Striim cluster (this value defaults to the current user name, but you may change it)
    3. the cluster password
    4. the password for the admin user
  11. If the system has more than one network interface and the installer has chosen the wrong one, choose the correct one.
  12. Click Save & Continue.
  13. If you have a license key, enter it. If not, leave the field blank to get a 30-day trial license. Click Continue.
  14. Click Launch.
  15. When the “Starting server” message is replaced by the Log In prompt, enter admin in the Username field, enter the password you set for the admin user in the Password field, and click Log In.

Evaluating on Windows

  1. Create a directory in which to install Striim, for example, c:\striimeval.
  2. Download the .zip file by clicking the  Download Striim v. <version> button at the top of this page.
  3. Double-click the .zip file to expand the Striim_<version>.jar.
  4. Double-click the .jar file to launch the installer.
  5. If nothing happens, open a command prompt, switch to the directory where you downloaded the file, and enter the following command: java -jarStriim_<version>.jar
  6. When the installer appears, click Next.
  7. Change the installation path to the directory you created above, click Next > Yes > Next.
  8. After installation is complete, the web configuration tool will open in your default browser. Return to the
    installer and click Next > Done.
  9. Return to the web client, read the license agreement, then click Accept and Continue.
  10. If you see “Congratulations,” click Continue. If you see messages that your computer can not run Striim, resolve the problems indicated, for example by installing the required version of Java or switching to Chrome. To restart the web configuration tool, run .../Striim/bin/WebConfig.sh.
  11. Enter the following in the appropriate fields:
    1. your company name
    2. the name for the Striim cluster (this value defaults to the current user name, but you may change it)
    3. the cluster password
    4. the password for the admin user
  12. If the system has more than one network interface and the installer has chosen the wrong one, choose the correct one.
  13. Click Save & Continue.
  14. If you have a license key, enter it. If not, leave the field blank to get a 30-day trial license. Click Continue.
  15. When you see the Launch button, close the web browser, run <installation path>\bin\server.bat, and provide information as prompted.
  16. When you see the “Please go to …” message, open that URL in Chrome or Internet Explorer. (Firefox does not work on Windows.) When you see the Log In prompt, enter admin in the Username field, enter the password you set for the admin user in the Password field, and click Log In.To stop, restart, or reconfigure Striim, run .../Striim/bin/WebConfig.sh.

System Requirements

Memory:

  • For evaluation and development: 4 GB available for use by Striim (so the system should have at least 5 GB, preferably 8 GB or more)
  • For production: 32 GB or more depending on application requirements
  • Please note: using Kafka streams may require 6-8GB additional memory

Free disk space:

  • For evaluation and development: 5 GB including application, sample applications, and their sample data
  • For production: 100 GB or more depending on application requirements

Supported operating systems:

  • 64-bit CentOS 6.6 through 7.4
  • 64-bit Ubuntu 14.04 and 16.04
  • 64-bit Windows Server 2008 and 2012
  • Mac OS X 10 (for evaluation and development purposes only)
  • 64-bit Windows 7 through 10 (for evaluation and development purposes only)

Supported Java environments:

  • Recommended: 64-bit Oracle SE Development Kit 8 (required to use HTTPReader (on page 207) or SNMPParser)
  • Also supported: 64-bit OpenJDK 8

Web browser: The web client has been tested on Chrome. Other web browsers may work, but if you encounter bugs, try Chrome.

Striim for Hazelcast Hot Cache

Striim is real-time streaming integration solution, making it easy to deliver custom streaming analytics applications. The platform enables multi-stream data integration and real-time Change Data Capture (CDC) across a wide variety of data sources including transactions from enterprise databases, log files, message queues, application and IoT sensor data.

Striim has partnered with Hazelcast, a leading provider of in-memory data grid technology, to enable the Hazelcast Striim Hot Cache feature. Hazelcast Striim Hot Cache provides real-time, push-based propagation of changes to a Hazelcast cache. This ensures continuous synchronization between the cache and its underlying database, and consistency with the system of record.

Highlights of Striim for Hazelcast Hot Cache include:

  • Fast propagation of database changes to the Hazelcast cache
  • Striim Change Data Capture (CDC) leverages a push model that is highly efficient
  • No application changes are needed to use Hot Cache
  • Striim also provides initial load support

Free Trial

Get started with Striim for Hazelcast Hot Cache in minutes. instantly download a fully functional, dev/test trial of the Striim platform with no time limit – including the Hazelcast adapter and CDC Wizards – on Mac, Linux or Windows. If you would like a 15-minute demo of the product with one of our lead technologists, please Request aDemo. Please feel free to contact support@striim.com with any questions.

Configuring Your System to Install Striim

Please do not install the Striim platform on a computer with less than 5GB RAM.

To install Oracle Java SE Development Kit 8:

To verify that Java installed correctly, enter the following at the command line in a Command Prompt or Terminal window:

java -version

The output should be:

java version "1.8.0_144"
Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.8.0_144-b01)
Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM (build 25.144-b01, mixed mode)

Evaluating on Mac OS X or Linux

  1. Download Striim_<version>.jar.
  2. Double-click the downloaded file to launch the installer. If nothing happens, open a shell window, switch to the directory where you downloaded the file, and enter the following command:
    java -jar Striim_<version>.jar
  3. If you encounter a Mac security warning, you can get around this by right-clicking Striim_<version>.jar and click Open
  4. When the installer appears, click Next.
  5. Optionally, change the installation path, then click Next > OK > Next.
  6. The web configuration tool will open in your default browser. Return to the installer and click Next > Done.
  7. Return to the web client, read the license agreement, then click Accept and Continue.
  8. If you see “Congratulations,” click Continue. If you see messages that your computer can not run Striim, resolve the problems indicated, for example by installing the required version of Java or switching to Chrome. To restart the web configuration tool, run .../Striim/bin/WebConfig.sh.
  9. Enter the following in the appropriate fields:
    1. your company name
    2. the name for the Striim cluster (this value defaults to the current user name, but you may change it)
    3. the cluster password
    4. the password for the admin user
  10. If the system has more than one network interface and the installer has chosen the wrong one, choose the correct one.
  11. Click Save & Continue.
  12. If you have a license key, enter it. If not, leave the field blank to get a 30-day trial license. Click Continue.
  13. Click Launch.
  14. When the “Starting server” message is replaced by the Log In prompt, enter admin in the Username field, enter the password you set for the admin user in the Password field, and click Log In.

Evaluating on Windows

  1. Create a directory in which to install Striim, for example, c:\striimeval.
  2. Download Striim_<version>.jar.
  3. Double-click the downloaded file to launch the installer. If nothing happens, open a command prompt, switch to the directory where you downloaded the file, and enter the following command: java -jarStriim_<version>.jar
  4. When the installer appears, click Next.
  5. Change the installation path to the directory you created above, click Next > Yes > Next.
  6. After installation is complete, the web configuration tool will open in your default browser. Return to the
    installer and click Next > Done.
  7. Return to the web client, read the license agreement, then click Accept and Continue.
  8. If you see “Congratulations,” click Continue. If you see messages that your computer can not run Striim, resolve the problems indicated, for example by installing the required version of Java or switching to Chrome. To restart the web configuration tool, run .../Striim/bin/WebConfig.sh.
  9. Enter the following in the appropriate fields:
    1. your company name
    2. the name for the Striim cluster (this value defaults to the current user name, but you may change it)
    3. the cluster password
    4. the password for the admin user
  10. If the system has more than one network interface and the installer has chosen the wrong one, choose the correct one.
  11. Click Save & Continue.
  12. If you have a license key, enter it. If not, leave the field blank to get a 30-day trial license. Click Continue.
  13. When you see the Launch button, close the web browser, run <installation path>\bin\server.bat, and provide information as prompted.
  14. When you see the “Please go to …” message, open that URL in Chrome or Internet Explorer. (Firefox does not work on Windows.) When you see the Log In prompt, enter admin in the Username field, enter the password you set for the admin user in the Password field, and click Log In.To stop, restart, or reconfigure Striim, run .../Striim/bin/WebConfig.sh.

System Requirements

Memory:

  • For evaluation and development: 4 GB available for use by Striim (so the system should have at least 5 GB, preferably 8 GB or more)
  • For production: 32 GB or more depending on application requirements
  • Please note: using Kafka streams may require 6-8GB additional memory

Free disk space:

  • For evaluation and development: 5 GB including application, sample applications, and their sample data
  • For production: 100 GB or more depending on application requirements

Supported operating systems:

  • 64-bit CentOS 6.6 through 7.4
  • 64-bit Ubuntu 14.04 and 16.04
  • 64-bit Windows Server 2008 and 2012
  • Mac OS X 10 (for evaluation and development purposes only)
  • 64-bit Windows 7 through 10 (for evaluation and development purposes only)

Supported Java environments:

  • Recommended: 64-bit Oracle SE Development Kit 8 (required to use HTTPReader (on page 207) or SNMPParser)
  • Also supported: 64-bit OpenJDK 8

Web browser: The web client has been tested on Chrome. Other web browsers may work, but if you encounter bugs, try Chrome.

Striim for Hazelcast Hot Cache

Striim is real-time streaming integration solution, making it easy to deliver custom streaming analytics applications. The platform enables multi-stream data integration and real-time Change Data Capture (CDC) across a wide variety of data sources including transactions from enterprise databases, log files, message queues, application and IoT sensor data.

Striim has partnered with Hazelcast, a leading provider of in-memory data grid technology, to enable the Hazelcast Striim Hot Cache feature. Hazelcast Striim Hot Cache provides real-time, push-based propagation of changes to a Hazelcast cache. This ensures continuous synchronization between the cache and its underlying database, and consistency with the system of record.

Highlights of Striim for Hazelcast Hot Cache include:

  • Fast propagation of database changes to the Hazelcast cache
  • Striim Change Data Capture (CDC) leverages a push model that is highly efficient
  • No application changes are needed to use Hot Cache
  • Striim also provides initial load support

Free Trial

Get started with Striim for Hazelcast Hot Cache in minutes. instantly download a fully functional, dev/test trial of the Striim platform with no time limit – including the Hazelcast adapter and CDC Wizards – on Mac, Linux or Windows. If you would like a 15-minute demo of the product with one of our lead technologists, please Request aDemo. Please feel free to contact support@striim.com with any questions.

Configuring Your System to Install Striim

Please do not install the Striim platform on a computer with less than 5GB RAM.

To install Oracle Java SE Development Kit 8:

To verify that Java installed correctly, enter the following at the command line in a Command Prompt or Terminal window:

java -version

The output should be:

java version "1.8.0_144"
Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.8.0_144-b01)
Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM (build 25.144-b01, mixed mode)

Evaluating on Mac OS X or Linux

  1. Download Striim_<version>.jar.
  2. Double-click the downloaded file to launch the installer. If nothing happens, open a shell window, switch to the directory where you downloaded the file, and enter the following command:
    java -jar Striim_<version>.jar
  3. If you encounter a Mac security warning, you can get around this by right-clicking Striim_<version>.jar and click Open
  4. When the installer appears, click Next.
  5. Optionally, change the installation path, then click Next > OK > Next.
  6. The web configuration tool will open in your default browser. Return to the installer and click Next > Done.
  7. Return to the web client, read the license agreement, then click Accept and Continue.
  8. If you see “Congratulations,” click Continue. If you see messages that your computer can not run Striim, resolve the problems indicated, for example by installing the required version of Java or switching to Chrome. To restart the web configuration tool, run .../Striim/bin/WebConfig.sh.
  9. Enter the following in the appropriate fields:
    1. your company name
    2. the name for the Striim cluster (this value defaults to the current user name, but you may change it)
    3. the cluster password
    4. the password for the admin user
  10. If the system has more than one network interface and the installer has chosen the wrong one, choose the correct one.
  11. Click Save & Continue.
  12. If you have a license key, enter it. If not, leave the field blank to get a 30-day trial license. Click Continue.
  13. Click Launch.
  14. When the “Starting server” message is replaced by the Log In prompt, enter admin in the Username field, enter the password you set for the admin user in the Password field, and click Log In.

Evaluating on Windows

  1. Create a directory in which to install Striim, for example, c:\striimeval.
  2. Download Striim_<version>.jar.
  3. Double-click the downloaded file to launch the installer. If nothing happens, open a command prompt, switch to the directory where you downloaded the file, and enter the following command: java -jarStriim_<version>.jar
  4. When the installer appears, click Next.
  5. Change the installation path to the directory you created above, click Next > Yes > Next.
  6. After installation is complete, the web configuration tool will open in your default browser. Return to the
    installer and click Next > Done.
  7. Return to the web client, read the license agreement, then click Accept and Continue.
  8. If you see “Congratulations,” click Continue. If you see messages that your computer can not run Striim, resolve the problems indicated, for example by installing the required version of Java or switching to Chrome. To restart the web configuration tool, run .../Striim/bin/WebConfig.sh.
  9. Enter the following in the appropriate fields:
    1. your company name
    2. the name for the Striim cluster (this value defaults to the current user name, but you may change it)
    3. the cluster password
    4. the password for the admin user
  10. If the system has more than one network interface and the installer has chosen the wrong one, choose the correct one.
  11. Click Save & Continue.
  12. If you have a license key, enter it. If not, leave the field blank to get a 30-day trial license. Click Continue.
  13. When you see the Launch button, close the web browser, run <installation path>\bin\server.bat, and provide information as prompted.
  14. When you see the “Please go to …” message, open that URL in Chrome or Internet Explorer. (Firefox does not work on Windows.) When you see the Log In prompt, enter admin in the Username field, enter the password you set for the admin user in the Password field, and click Log In.To stop, restart, or reconfigure Striim, run .../Striim/bin/WebConfig.sh.

System Requirements

Memory:

  • For evaluation and development: 4 GB available for use by Striim (so the system should have at least 5 GB, preferably 8 GB or more)
  • For production: 32 GB or more depending on application requirements
  • Please note: using Kafka streams may require 6-8GB additional memory

Free disk space:

  • For evaluation and development: 5 GB including application, sample applications, and their sample data
  • For production: 100 GB or more depending on application requirements

Supported operating systems:

  • 64-bit CentOS 6.6 through 7.4
  • 64-bit Ubuntu 14.04 and 16.04
  • 64-bit Windows Server 2008 and 2012
  • Mac OS X 10 (for evaluation and development purposes only)
  • 64-bit Windows 7 through 10 (for evaluation and development purposes only)

Supported Java environments:

  • Recommended: 64-bit Oracle SE Development Kit 8 (required to use HTTPReader (on page 207) or SNMPParser)
  • Also supported: 64-bit OpenJDK 8

Web browser: The web client has been tested on Chrome. Other web browsers may work, but if you encounter bugs, try Chrome.

Striim for Hazelcast Hot Cache

Striim is real-time streaming integration solution, making it easy to deliver custom streaming analytics applications. The platform enables multi-stream data integration and real-time Change Data Capture (CDC) across a wide variety of data sources including transactions from enterprise databases, log files, message queues, application and IoT sensor data.

Striim has partnered with Hazelcast, a leading provider of in-memory data grid technology, to enable the Hazelcast Striim Hot Cache feature. Hazelcast Striim Hot Cache provides real-time, push-based propagation of changes to a Hazelcast cache. This ensures continuous synchronization between the cache and its underlying database, and consistency with the system of record.

Highlights of Striim for Hazelcast Hot Cache include:

  • Fast propagation of database changes to the Hazelcast cache
  • Striim Change Data Capture (CDC) leverages a push model that is highly efficient
  • No application changes are needed to use Hot Cache
  • Striim also provides initial load support

Free Trial

Get started with Striim for Hazelcast Hot Cache in minutes. instantly download a fully functional, dev/test trial of the Striim platform with no time limit – including the Hazelcast adapter and CDC Wizards – on Mac, Linux or Windows. If you would like a 15-minute demo of the product with one of our lead technologists, please Request aDemo. Please feel free to contact support@striim.com with any questions.

Configuring Your System to Install Striim

Please do not install the Striim platform on a computer with less than 5GB RAM.

To install Oracle Java SE Development Kit 8:

To verify that Java installed correctly, enter the following at the command line in a Command Prompt or Terminal window:

java -version

The output should be:

java version "1.8.0_144"
Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.8.0_144-b01)
Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM (build 25.144-b01, mixed mode)

Evaluating on Mac OS X or Linux

  1. Download Striim_<version>.jar.
  2. Double-click the downloaded file to launch the installer. If nothing happens, open a shell window, switch to the directory where you downloaded the file, and enter the following command:
    java -jar Striim_<version>.jar
  3. If you encounter a Mac security warning, you can get around this by right-clicking Striim_<version>.jar and click Open
  4. When the installer appears, click Next.
  5. Optionally, change the installation path, then click Next > OK > Next.
  6. The web configuration tool will open in your default browser. Return to the installer and click Next > Done.
  7. Return to the web client, read the license agreement, then click Accept and Continue.
  8. If you see “Congratulations,” click Continue. If you see messages that your computer can not run Striim, resolve the problems indicated, for example by installing the required version of Java or switching to Chrome. To restart the web configuration tool, run .../Striim/bin/WebConfig.sh.
  9. Enter the following in the appropriate fields:
    1. your company name
    2. the name for the Striim cluster (this value defaults to the current user name, but you may change it)
    3. the cluster password
    4. the password for the admin user
  10. If the system has more than one network interface and the installer has chosen the wrong one, choose the correct one.
  11. Click Save & Continue.
  12. If you have a license key, enter it. If not, leave the field blank to get a 30-day trial license. Click Continue.
  13. Click Launch.
  14. When the “Starting server” message is replaced by the Log In prompt, enter admin in the Username field, enter the password you set for the admin user in the Password field, and click Log In.

Evaluating on Windows

  1. Create a directory in which to install Striim, for example, c:\striimeval.
  2. Download Striim_<version>.jar.
  3. Double-click the downloaded file to launch the installer. If nothing happens, open a command prompt, switch to the directory where you downloaded the file, and enter the following command: java -jarStriim_<version>.jar
  4. When the installer appears, click Next.
  5. Change the installation path to the directory you created above, click Next > Yes > Next.
  6. After installation is complete, the web configuration tool will open in your default browser. Return to the
    installer and click Next > Done.
  7. Return to the web client, read the license agreement, then click Accept and Continue.
  8. If you see “Congratulations,” click Continue. If you see messages that your computer can not run Striim, resolve the problems indicated, for example by installing the required version of Java or switching to Chrome. To restart the web configuration tool, run .../Striim/bin/WebConfig.sh.
  9. Enter the following in the appropriate fields:
    1. your company name
    2. the name for the Striim cluster (this value defaults to the current user name, but you may change it)
    3. the cluster password
    4. the password for the admin user
  10. If the system has more than one network interface and the installer has chosen the wrong one, choose the correct one.
  11. Click Save & Continue.
  12. If you have a license key, enter it. If not, leave the field blank to get a 30-day trial license. Click Continue.
  13. When you see the Launch button, close the web browser, run <installation path>\bin\server.bat, and provide information as prompted.
  14. When you see the “Please go to …” message, open that URL in Chrome or Internet Explorer. (Firefox does not work on Windows.) When you see the Log In prompt, enter admin in the Username field, enter the password you set for the admin user in the Password field, and click Log In.To stop, restart, or reconfigure Striim, run .../Striim/bin/WebConfig.sh.

System Requirements

Memory:

  • For evaluation and development: 4 GB available for use by Striim (so the system should have at least 5 GB, preferably 8 GB or more)
  • For production: 32 GB or more depending on application requirements
  • Please note: using Kafka streams may require 6-8GB additional memory

Free disk space:

  • For evaluation and development: 5 GB including application, sample applications, and their sample data
  • For production: 100 GB or more depending on application requirements

Supported operating systems:

  • 64-bit CentOS 6.6 through 7.4
  • 64-bit Ubuntu 14.04 and 16.04
  • 64-bit Windows Server 2008 and 2012
  • Mac OS X 10 (for evaluation and development purposes only)
  • 64-bit Windows 7 through 10 (for evaluation and development purposes only)

Supported Java environments:

  • Recommended: 64-bit Oracle SE Development Kit 8 (required to use HTTPReader (on page 207) or SNMPParser)
  • Also supported: 64-bit OpenJDK 8

Web browser: The web client has been tested on Chrome. Other web browsers may work, but if you encounter bugs, try Chrome.

Striim for Hazelcast Hot Cache

Striim is real-time streaming integration solution, making it easy to deliver custom streaming analytics applications. The platform enables multi-stream data integration and real-time Change Data Capture (CDC) across a wide variety of data sources including transactions from enterprise databases, log files, message queues, application and IoT sensor data.

Striim has partnered with Hazelcast, a leading provider of in-memory data grid technology, to enable the Hazelcast Striim Hot Cache feature. Hazelcast Striim Hot Cache provides real-time, push-based propagation of changes to a Hazelcast cache. This ensures continuous synchronization between the cache and its underlying database, and consistency with the system of record.

Highlights of Striim for Hazelcast Hot Cache include:

  • Fast propagation of database changes to the Hazelcast cache
  • Striim Change Data Capture (CDC) leverages a push model that is highly efficient
  • No application changes are needed to use Hot Cache
  • Striim also provides initial load support

Free Trial

Get started with Striim for Hazelcast Hot Cache in minutes. instantly download a fully functional, dev/test trial of the Striim platform with no time limit – including the Hazelcast adapter and CDC Wizards – on Mac, Linux or Windows. If you would like a 15-minute demo of the product with one of our lead technologists, please Request aDemo. Please feel free to contact support@striim.com with any questions.

Configuring Your System to Install Striim

Please do not install the Striim platform on a computer with less than 5GB RAM.

To install Oracle Java SE Development Kit 8:

To verify that Java installed correctly, enter the following at the command line in a Command Prompt or Terminal window:

java -version

The output should be:

java version "1.8.0_144"
Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.8.0_144-b01)
Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM (build 25.144-b01, mixed mode)

Evaluating on Mac OS X or Linux

  1. Download Striim_<version>.jar.
  2. Double-click the downloaded file to launch the installer. If nothing happens, open a shell window, switch to the directory where you downloaded the file, and enter the following command:
    java -jar Striim_<version>.jar
  3. If you encounter a Mac security warning, you can get around this by right-clicking Striim_<version>.jar and click Open
  4. When the installer appears, click Next.
  5. Optionally, change the installation path, then click Next > OK > Next.
  6. The web configuration tool will open in your default browser. Return to the installer and click Next > Done.
  7. Return to the web client, read the license agreement, then click Accept and Continue.
  8. If you see “Congratulations,” click Continue. If you see messages that your computer can not run Striim, resolve the problems indicated, for example by installing the required version of Java or switching to Chrome. To restart the web configuration tool, run .../Striim/bin/WebConfig.sh.
  9. Enter the following in the appropriate fields:
    1. your company name
    2. the name for the Striim cluster (this value defaults to the current user name, but you may change it)
    3. the cluster password
    4. the password for the admin user
  10. If the system has more than one network interface and the installer has chosen the wrong one, choose the correct one.
  11. Click Save & Continue.
  12. If you have a license key, enter it. If not, leave the field blank to get a 30-day trial license. Click Continue.
  13. Click Launch.
  14. When the “Starting server” message is replaced by the Log In prompt, enter admin in the Username field, enter the password you set for the admin user in the Password field, and click Log In.

Evaluating on Windows

  1. Create a directory in which to install Striim, for example, c:\striimeval.
  2. Download Striim_<version>.jar.
  3. Double-click the downloaded file to launch the installer. If nothing happens, open a command prompt, switch to the directory where you downloaded the file, and enter the following command: java -jarStriim_<version>.jar
  4. When the installer appears, click Next.
  5. Change the installation path to the directory you created above, click Next > Yes > Next.
  6. After installation is complete, the web configuration tool will open in your default browser. Return to the
    installer and click Next > Done.
  7. Return to the web client, read the license agreement, then click Accept and Continue.
  8. If you see “Congratulations,” click Continue. If you see messages that your computer can not run Striim, resolve the problems indicated, for example by installing the required version of Java or switching to Chrome. To restart the web configuration tool, run .../Striim/bin/WebConfig.sh.
  9. Enter the following in the appropriate fields:
    1. your company name
    2. the name for the Striim cluster (this value defaults to the current user name, but you may change it)
    3. the cluster password
    4. the password for the admin user
  10. If the system has more than one network interface and the installer has chosen the wrong one, choose the correct one.
  11. Click Save & Continue.
  12. If you have a license key, enter it. If not, leave the field blank to get a 30-day trial license. Click Continue.
  13. When you see the Launch button, close the web browser, run <installation path>\bin\server.bat, and provide information as prompted.
  14. When you see the “Please go to …” message, open that URL in Chrome or Internet Explorer. (Firefox does not work on Windows.) When you see the Log In prompt, enter admin in the Username field, enter the password you set for the admin user in the Password field, and click Log In.To stop, restart, or reconfigure Striim, run .../Striim/bin/WebConfig.sh.

System Requirements

Memory:

  • For evaluation and development: 4 GB available for use by Striim (so the system should have at least 5 GB, preferably 8 GB or more)
  • For production: 32 GB or more depending on application requirements
  • Please note: using Kafka streams may require 6-8GB additional memory

Free disk space:

  • For evaluation and development: 5 GB including application, sample applications, and their sample data
  • For production: 100 GB or more depending on application requirements

Supported operating systems:

  • 64-bit CentOS 6.6 through 7.4
  • 64-bit Ubuntu 14.04 and 16.04
  • 64-bit Windows Server 2008 and 2012
  • Mac OS X 10 (for evaluation and development purposes only)
  • 64-bit Windows 7 through 10 (for evaluation and development purposes only)

Supported Java environments:

  • Recommended: 64-bit Oracle SE Development Kit 8 (required to use HTTPReader (on page 207) or SNMPParser)
  • Also supported: 64-bit OpenJDK 8

Web browser: The web client has been tested on Chrome. Other web browsers may work, but if you encounter bugs, try Chrome.

Striim for Hazelcast Hot Cache

Striim is real-time streaming integration solution, making it easy to deliver custom streaming analytics applications. The platform enables multi-stream data integration and real-time Change Data Capture (CDC) across a wide variety of data sources including transactions from enterprise databases, log files, message queues, application and IoT sensor data.

Striim has partnered with Hazelcast, a leading provider of in-memory data grid technology, to enable the Hazelcast Striim Hot Cache feature. Hazelcast Striim Hot Cache provides real-time, push-based propagation of changes to a Hazelcast cache. This ensures continuous synchronization between the cache and its underlying database, and consistency with the system of record.

Highlights of Striim for Hazelcast Hot Cache include:

  • Fast propagation of database changes to the Hazelcast cache
  • Striim Change Data Capture (CDC) leverages a push model that is highly efficient
  • No application changes are needed to use Hot Cache
  • Striim also provides initial load support

Free Trial

Get started with Striim for Hazelcast Hot Cache in minutes. instantly download a fully functional, dev/test trial of the Striim platform with no time limit – including the Hazelcast adapter and CDC Wizards – on Mac, Linux or Windows. If you would like a 15-minute demo of the product with one of our lead technologists, please Request aDemo. Please feel free to contact support@striim.com with any questions.

Configuring Your System to Install Striim

Please do not install the Striim platform on a computer with less than 5GB RAM.

To install Oracle Java SE Development Kit 8:

To verify that Java installed correctly, enter the following at the command line in a Command Prompt or Terminal window:

java -version

The output should be:

java version "1.8.0_144"
Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.8.0_144-b01)
Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM (build 25.144-b01, mixed mode)

Evaluating on Mac OS X or Linux

  1. Download Striim_<version>.jar.
  2. Double-click the downloaded file to launch the installer. If nothing happens, open a shell window, switch to the directory where you downloaded the file, and enter the following command:
    java -jar Striim_<version>.jar
  3. If you encounter a Mac security warning, you can get around this by right-clicking Striim_<version>.jar and click Open
  4. When the installer appears, click Next.
  5. Optionally, change the installation path, then click Next > OK > Next.
  6. The web configuration tool will open in your default browser. Return to the installer and click Next > Done.
  7. Return to the web client, read the license agreement, then click Accept and Continue.
  8. If you see “Congratulations,” click Continue. If you see messages that your computer can not run Striim, resolve the problems indicated, for example by installing the required version of Java or switching to Chrome. To restart the web configuration tool, run .../Striim/bin/WebConfig.sh.
  9. Enter the following in the appropriate fields:
    1. your company name
    2. the name for the Striim cluster (this value defaults to the current user name, but you may change it)
    3. the cluster password
    4. the password for the admin user
  10. If the system has more than one network interface and the installer has chosen the wrong one, choose the correct one.
  11. Click Save & Continue.
  12. If you have a license key, enter it. If not, leave the field blank to get a 30-day trial license. Click Continue.
  13. Click Launch.
  14. When the “Starting server” message is replaced by the Log In prompt, enter admin in the Username field, enter the password you set for the admin user in the Password field, and click Log In.

Evaluating on Windows

  1. Create a directory in which to install Striim, for example, c:\striimeval.
  2. Download Striim_<version>.jar.
  3. Double-click the downloaded file to launch the installer. If nothing happens, open a command prompt, switch to the directory where you downloaded the file, and enter the following command: java -jarStriim_<version>.jar
  4. When the installer appears, click Next.
  5. Change the installation path to the directory you created above, click Next > Yes > Next.
  6. After installation is complete, the web configuration tool will open in your default browser. Return to the
    installer and click Next > Done.
  7. Return to the web client, read the license agreement, then click Accept and Continue.
  8. If you see “Congratulations,” click Continue. If you see messages that your computer can not run Striim, resolve the problems indicated, for example by installing the required version of Java or switching to Chrome. To restart the web configuration tool, run .../Striim/bin/WebConfig.sh.
  9. Enter the following in the appropriate fields:
    1. your company name
    2. the name for the Striim cluster (this value defaults to the current user name, but you may change it)
    3. the cluster password
    4. the password for the admin user
  10. If the system has more than one network interface and the installer has chosen the wrong one, choose the correct one.
  11. Click Save & Continue.
  12. If you have a license key, enter it. If not, leave the field blank to get a 30-day trial license. Click Continue.
  13. When you see the Launch button, close the web browser, run <installation path>\bin\server.bat, and provide information as prompted.
  14. When you see the “Please go to …” message, open that URL in Chrome or Internet Explorer. (Firefox does not work on Windows.) When you see the Log In prompt, enter admin in the Username field, enter the password you set for the admin user in the Password field, and click Log In.To stop, restart, or reconfigure Striim, run .../Striim/bin/WebConfig.sh.

System Requirements

Memory:

  • For evaluation and development: 4 GB available for use by Striim (so the system should have at least 5 GB, preferably 8 GB or more)
  • For production: 32 GB or more depending on application requirements
  • Please note: using Kafka streams may require 6-8GB additional memory

Free disk space:

  • For evaluation and development: 5 GB including application, sample applications, and their sample data
  • For production: 100 GB or more depending on application requirements

Supported operating systems:

  • 64-bit CentOS 6.6 through 7.4
  • 64-bit Ubuntu 14.04 and 16.04
  • 64-bit Windows Server 2008 and 2012
  • Mac OS X 10 (for evaluation and development purposes only)
  • 64-bit Windows 7 through 10 (for evaluation and development purposes only)

Supported Java environments:

  • Recommended: 64-bit Oracle SE Development Kit 8 (required to use HTTPReader (on page 207) or SNMPParser)
  • Also supported: 64-bit OpenJDK 8

Web browser: The web client has been tested on Chrome. Other web browsers may work, but if you encounter bugs, try Chrome.

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