SQLstream Recognized as a Top 100 Data Company by Database Trends and Applications (DBTA) Magazine

Annual DBTA 100 List Honors SQLstream for Innovation in Stream Processing for Fourth Consecutive Year

SQLstream, a leader in streaming analytics software, today announced that Database Trends and Applications Magazine has ranked the company as a top vendor in its annual list DBTA 100 2016 – The Companies That Matter Most in Data.

The result of in-depth research into the data management landscape and compiled by the publication’s editorial staff, the DBTA 100 recognizes industry leaders helping organizations harvest tangible value from fast and big data. Published annually, the list includes industry veterans as well as new fast data vendors, and can be  viewed here.

SQLstream was selected for Guavus SQLstream, a stream processing platform named a leader by Forrester, Inc. for its capacity to “build real-time applications with an easy-to-use interface for ingesting, analyzing, and acting on streaming data.”

We’re proud that DBTA has again recognized SQLstream as a company that matters most in data, as new requirements for data management and analysis emerge,” said Damian Black, CEO SQLstream. “SQLstream helps businesses exploit value from fast and big data instantly. By enabling business analysts and developers to create streaming apps in minutes, we help companies analyze, predict and respond to dynamic business situations, continuously and in real-time.  

About Database Trends and Applications

Database Trends and Applications (DBTA), published by Information Today, Inc., is a bi-monthly magazine that delivers advanced trends analysis and case studies in data management and analysis developed by a team with more than 25 years of industry experience. Visit http://www.dbta.com for subscription information. DBTA also delivers groundbreaking market research exclusively through its Unisphere Research group.

About SQLstream

SQLstream empowers businesses to capitalize on live data in real time.  SQLstream has designed its streaming analytics platform to enable business analysts and developers to create streaming apps from raw data in minutes, that deliver continuous ingest, integration and ETL, streaming analytics and visualization, and automated actions.  SQLstream offers the only solution enabling people and machines to continuously adapt to changing conditions, every moment.

SQLstream is based in San Francisco, California. Download Guavus SQLstream for a live experience at http://www.sqlstream/downloads.