SQLstream Explores Total Cost of Streaming Big Data
September 4, 2013 9:12AM News as reported by the company:
SQLstream Explores the Total Cost of Streaming Big Data Solutions at TDWI Solution Summit 2013, September 15-17 -- CEO Damian Black to Present "Operational Intelligence from Machine Big Data: Case Studies in Taming the Cost of Real-time Performance"
San Francisco, CA, September 4, 2013 -- SQLstream Inc., the streaming Big Data engine for real-time operational intelligence, today announced that the company will speak on the cost of performance for real-time Big Data solutions at the TDWI Solution Summit in Austin, TX. SQLstream will also be demonstrating its streaming SQL platform for real-time operational intelligence from machine Big Data.
The session, scheduled for Tuesday September 17 at 10:00AM, will discuss current Big Data management technologies, the performance and cost tipping points for real-time Big Data solutions, and ways to solve real-time Big Data challenges with the lowest cost of performance. SQLstream CEO Damian Black will compare three very different customer case studies across a range of industries, highlighting how SQLstream's streaming Big Data management platform has been leveraged to reduce traffic congestion, preempt identity theft and deliver log analytics for high performance computing.
Held at the Barton Creek Resort and Spa on September 15-17, TDWI Solution Summit is an exclusive event for experienced professionals, industry thought leaders, and top solution providers. Attendees gain real-world tips and best practices that will help them harness the power of big data analytics within their organizations.
Damian Black is known for his pioneering work in real-time and Big Data software and his commitment to reducing latency-to-action for business operations. "TDWI is the foremost organization for enterprise IT professionals and industry best practices," said the CEO. "TDWI's members recognize the importance of standards and SQL to their businesses, but also the need to adopt real-time Big Data technologies. SQLstream is the only company to offer the best of both worlds, delivering real-time operational intelligence from streaming Big Data using standard SQL as the query language."
SQLstream, Inc. (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 agents and adapters, including log files, support for Hadoop and other enterprise data management platforms. SQLstream operates in San Francisco, CA.
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