IBM Streams is an advanced analytic platform that allows user-developed applications to quickly ingest, analyze and correlate information as it arrives from thousands of data stream sources. The solution can handle very high data throughput rates, up to millions of events or messages per second
Big Data Streaming Analytics
Small (<50 employees), medium (50 to 1000 enterprise (>1001 employees)
IBM Streams provides an advanced analytics platform that aims to help businesses to manage their user developed applications to better analyze, ingest and compare information from different sources. With so many data that a particular organization may have, having a trusted advance analytic program will enhance their day to day system management.
The IBM Streams’ advanced platform can handle bigger amount of data and even millions of events or messages per second and can still provide the right solution for queries. Tools that are used with IBM Streams can forecast future events and provides the company of these behaviors and plan a solution before they take place.IBM Streams will help organizations to analyze data in motion. With its wide scope and real time information, this will allow users to view information and happenings real time and not delayed. It also supports nonstop data such as texts, audio, images, voice, video, web traffic, GPS data, email, financial transactions, satellite data and sensor logs. It also helps reduce data storage by simple filtering and extracting only relevant information that the business needs.
IBM Streams allows its users to create, visualize, edit, test, debug and run Streams Processing Language or SPL applications. By using charts and graphs, users will be able to create applications with drag operators and add new views to existing applications as well.IBM Streams can easily adapt to any changes on data forms and type. It supports reusing of existing Java or C++ codes as well as PMML or Predictive Model Markup Language models. While it can also be integrated with IBM DB2, IBM PureData System Oracle, IBM Informix, Microsoft SQLServer and MySQL