PALO ALTO, CA, May 23, 2016 – Striim, Inc., providers of an end-to-end streaming integration + intelligence platform, today announced that it has been recognized as a “cool vendor” in the “Cool Vendors in In-Memory Computing Technology, 2016”  report by Gartner, Inc.
In-memory computing (IMC) is defined as enabling “a range of real-time analytics scenarios, including event stream processing, context brokering and hybrid transaction/analytical processing.” The report says emerging IMC platforms focused on ease of use will help application architecture leaders enable these use cases.
A key overall finding of the report is that, “Only the most tech-savvy and deep-pocketed user organizations can afford the costs and efforts needed to assemble the appropriate technology platforms from the myriad competing open- and closed-source technologies. Mainstream organizations are looking for in-the-cloud or on-premises out-of-the-box, integrated platforms that can address their specific use cases to keep costs and complexity under control.”
Among the recommendations, the report suggests that application architecture leaders, “Favor IMC-enabled real-time analytics platforms that can support your use cases by providing the needed capabilities as an integrated out-of-the box feature set. This will help you contain implementation, maintenance, administration and support costs.”
Striim is seeing a strong increase in demand for its fully integrated IMC platform. Striim customers span numerous industries and use cases, all seeking an easy-to-use solution for these common problems:
- Capturing and enriching their most valuable data – transactional/operational data from their enterprise databases, as well as messages/events, log files and sensor data – in real time
- Correlating and analyzing data/events with other data streams in-memory, in milliseconds
- Providing real-time visualizations, alerts, and workflow triggers based on their real-time analysis
- Loading processed data to any target, including Big Data/Kafka and Cloud environments
“All of us at Striim are truly honored to be recognized by Gartner as a ‘Cool Vendor’ in In-Memory Computing Technology,” said Steve Wilkes, founder and CTO of Striim. “As the technologies that comprise in-memory computing converge, we believe that Gartner’s recognition of Striim is further validation of our promise to enable companies to leverage all of the benefits of real-time data integration and streaming analytics through a fully integrated, enterprise-grade, and easy-to-use platform.”
 Gartner “Cool Vendors in In-Memory Computing Technology, 2016” by Massimo Pezzini, W. Roy Schulte, Yefim V. Natis, Terilyn Palanca, 25 April 2016.
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About Striim, Inc.
The Striim™ platform makes data useful the instant it’s born. Striim (pronounced “stream”) is the only end-to-end streaming integration + intelligence 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. With the Striim platform, enterprises can aggregate and correlate streams from multiple data pipelines, detect anomalies, identify and visualize events of interest, and trigger alerts and workflows – all in-memory, before data lands on disk. Based in Palo Alto, CA, Striim was founded by the core team from GoldenGate Software, Inc. (acquired by Oracle in 2009), and is backed by leading investors including Intel Capital, Summit Partners, Atlantic Bridge Capital, Panorama Point Partners, Frank Caufield, and Regis McKenna. For more information on the Striim platform, please visit www.striim.com, read our blog at www.striim.com/blog/, or follow @striimteam.
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