The SQLstream Briefing Room webinar with Robin Bloor “Windows of Opportunity: Big Data on Tap” highlighted how the evolving Big Data landscape needs technologies that enable a much bigger enterprise-wide picture, complete with multiple data streams that can be combined to show what’s happening in real-time. The speakers were Eric Kavanagh, CEO, The Bloor Group, who hosted the event, Robin Bloor, Chief Analyst, The Bloor Group, who lead the online briefing and Damian Black, President & CEO, SQLstream, discussing the emergence of streaming Big Data as a key enabler for Big Data in Motion solutions, and how SQLstream is at the forefront of stream processing innovation. An interesting and informative briefing on the emergence of stream processing for Big Data in motion and real-time analytics, coverage a range of use cases for real-time Big Data solutions.
Title: Windows of Opportunity: Big Data in Tap
Most business opportunities are moving targets these days, rendering static analytical solutions rather ineffective. Instead, organizations need technologies that enable a much bigger picture, complete with multiple data streams that can be combined to show what’s happening in real-time. And increasingly, companies need to analyze both traditional structured data as well as Big Data, including machine-generated data from all manner of enterprise systems.
Hear veteran Analyst Robin Bloor explain how a confluence of market forces has opened the door to a new analytical paradigm, one in which companies can leverage a vast array of data streams to pinpoint windows of opportunity as or even just before they appear. Bloor was briefed by Damian Black of SQLstream, who discussed SQLstream’s analytical platform, which enables the management of dynamic information assets in much the way that traditional databases do for stored assets.