Tag "Streaming Analytics"

7 Challenges of Industrial IoT Streaming Analytics – Guide to Success

This blog is co-authored by Nacho Lafuente, Founder & CEO, Datumize. The world of connected devices is growing at such a fast pace that by the end of 2020, there will be more devices than human beings on Earth (Cisco). Many devices have poor-to-limited connectivity, while many others provide closed or proprietary data formats. The... more

Change Data Capture: The Triangle Offense of the Data World

The fundamental shift from on-premises to cloud is disrupting traditional methods of handling, analyzing, and processing data. Modern cloud data management is enabling companies to take advantage of the exponential growth of data and provides benefits such as performance, availability, cost, manageability, and flexibility. You can quickly build an analogy with this disruption in technology... more

Streaming Analytics: What It Is and How it Benefits Your Business

What is Streaming Analytics? Streaming analytics platforms can ingest, analyze, and act on real-time streaming data coming from various sources so you can take immediate action while the events are still happening. It has the ability to gather and analyze large volumes of data arriving in “streams” from always-on sources such as sensor data, telematics... more

Apply Streaming Analytics Technology to Improve Medical Care

In this first of our three-part blog series focusing on the application of streaming analytics to an industry problem, we cover use cases in the healthcare sector. The emergence of real-time streaming analytics technology in the last decade has significantly improved medical analysis while reducing the workload on nurses and doctors. Using Internet of Things... more

Learn How Next-Gen Analytics and AI Can Help You Transform Your Business

I was recently in downtown San Diego during one of the largest global comics conferences: Comic-Con International 2019. The event is growing every year, and this year an estimated 300,000 visitors and attendees will generate more than $150M in economic impact for the city of San Diego. Despite the excited fans all around me, I... more

Fast and Furious: Designing for the Fast Data Lane: Transporting and Processing Streams

In the earlier post, we discussed the ability for stream processors, such as Informatica VDS, to process events at the edge, in this post we look at how these events are transported to the corporate data center for streaming analytics. As you’re lounging in front of the TV flipping channels you notice a product during... more

Fast and Furious: Designing for the Fast Data Lane Collecting Streams

Switching to the carpool lane can be intimidating especially when you don’t have all the information available to you to safely make the lane change. For example, is the carpool lane open, is my blindspot clear to make the lane change?  How do you efficiently collect bits and pieces of data at the right time... more

Fast and Furious – Shifting from The Slow Data Lane

It’s a sunny afternoon, you’re on the highway with the top down and stuck in traffic. You fumble through your navigation trying to figure out which is the best and fastest route to your destination. You can take the side streets, where you will encounter traffic lights and eventually get to your destination. Alternatively, you... more