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JANUARY
08
2014
SAN FRANCISCO, CA, January 8, 2014 -- SQLstream Inc., the streaming Big Data platform for real-time operational intelligence, today announced that CEO Damien Black of SQLstream, CTO Christian Lees of InfoArmor and Senior Analyst of EMA John Myers will participate in a Bloor Briefing Room webinar on January 14, to discuss the case for streaming analytics.

Eric Kavannagh, CEO of the Bloor Group, will host the webinar, in which attendees will learn about the changing dynamics of modern analytics and its impact on Big Data, Business and Operational Intelligence.

WHAT: No Time Like the Present- the Case for Streaming Analytics
WHEN: Tuesday, January 14, 2014 | 1 p.m. PDT/4 p.m. EDT -- Program duration is one hour
REGISTRATION: registration is available online here: http://bit.ly/1gEBiNk
WHO: CEO Damian Black of SQLstream, CTO Christian Lees of InfoArmor, and Senior Analyst John Myers of Enterprise Management Associates.

In addition, Damian will discuss the technology advantages of streaming analytics for achieving real-time Operational Intelligence, and will expand on the SQLstream SQL standards-compliant approach to streaming analytics solutions. Christian Lees, CTO of InfoArmor, will join Damian. As a SQLstream customer, Christian will present his company’s use of streaming analytics for Internet Surveillance and Security Intelligence.

About The Bloor Group

The Bloor Group provides detailed analysis of today's enterprise software industry. Co-founded by Dr. Robin Bloor and Eric Kavanagh, the company leverages Web-based multimedia to deliver vendor-neutral education that is designed to reveal the essential characteristics of information technologies. The Bloor Group galvanizes the industry's independent analysts to provide valuable insights via innovative Webcasts, research programs and white papers. More information available at http://www.insideanalysis.com and http://www.databaserevolution.com.

About SQLstream

SQLstream, Inc. (http://www.sqlstream.com) empowers businesses to perform real-time analytics and extract operational intelligence from unstructured log file, sensor and other machine-generated Big Data. The SQLstream streaming Big Data engine is a distributed, 100% SQL platform for real-time data management and operational intelligence applications. SQLstream offers a full range of integration adapters, including log files, support for Hadoop and other enterprise data management platforms. SQLstream is the recipient of leading industry awards, including the Ventana Research Technology Innovation Award for IT Analytics and Performance. SQLstream is based in San Francisco, CA.

About InfoArmor


InfoArmor is a leader in offering identity theft protection and privacy management solutions to businesses. By focusing on employee benefits, InfoArmor provides a turn-key, value-adding benefit with easy employer administration. Rather than solely focusing on credit fraud, InfoArmor uses industrial strength technologies to enable consumers and businesses alike to monitor and identify fraudulent activity. For more information, visit http://www.infoarmor.com.

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