Typically, ingesting streaming event data, persisting with low latency and analyzing it along with historical event data requires integrating multiple analytic systems. IBM EventStore is purpose built to simplify the complexity of harnessing event data with a single system. Its unique architecture
It seems that we’re reaching the point where the Internet of Things (IoT) is moving from the domain of enthusiastic early-adopters to the more challenging, more profitable territory of mainstream enterprise technology. Event-driven architectures are playing a key role in these types of applications
If any one industry can claim digital transformation as a most immediate imperative, then the media and entertainment industry rises above the rest. Not only do organizations need to provide streaming content, but they also need to provide content on a diverse range of platforms. And to be
Researchers at the University of Montana were interested in preventing epilepsy in patients suffering from traumatic brain injuries. As they began to gather data, they realized how crucial it was to be able to analyze this massive amount of data in a short period of time.
Where would today’s world be without streaming data? We depend on it for everything from entertainment to business analysis. And unlike the batch days of old, visual analytics tools are available to help process the growing amount of streaming data in real time.
At Wednesday morning’s IBM Insight general session, IBM revealed hugely exciting new advancements they’ve been making in big data and analytics technologies. After presenting a use case on how IBM’s G2 Sensemaking engine is successfully being used to stop piracy in Southeast Asian Seas, conference
It has been shown that "42 percent of customers who use social media for customer service expect to receive a response within an hour and 67 percent expect same day answers.” How do organizations keep up with customers demands? And where does real time fit into the customer experience? Join the #