IBM InfoSphere Streams: Assembling Continuous Insight in the Information Revolution

IBM InfoSphere Streams: Assembling Continuous Insight in the Information Revolution

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In this IBMAr RedbooksAr publication, we discuss and describe the positioning, functions, capabilities, and advanced programming techniques for IBM InfoSphereTM Streams (V2), a new paradigm and key component of IBM Big Data platform. Data has traditionally been stored in files or databases, and then analyzed by queries and applications. With stream computing, analysis is performed moment by moment as the data is in motion. In fact, the data might never be stored (perhaps only the analytic results). The ability to analyze data in motion is called real-time analytic processing (RTAP). IBM InfoSphere Streams takes a fundamentally different approach to Big Data analytics and differentiates itself with its distributed runtime platform, programming model, and tools for developing and debugging analytic applications that have a high volume and variety of data types. Using in-memory techniques and analyzing record by record enables high velocity. Volume, variety and velocity are the key attributes of Big Data. The data streams that are consumable by IBM InfoSphere Streams can originate from sensors, cameras, news feeds, stock tickers, and a variety of other sources, including traditional databases. It provides an execution platform and services for applications that ingest, filter, analyze, and correlate potentially massive volumes of continuous data streams. This book is intended for professionals that require an understanding of how to process high volumes of streaming data or need information about how to implement systems to satisfy those requirements. See: for the IBM InfoSphere Streams (V1) release.Markets. Toolkit. V2.0. This toolkit is focused on delivering examples and operators that facilitate the development of applications to ... This toolkit also provides adapters for some of the typical market data platforms and general messaging.

Title:IBM InfoSphere Streams: Assembling Continuous Insight in the Information Revolution
Author: Chuck Ballard, Kevin Foster, Andy Frenkiel, Bugra Gedik, Michael P. Koranda, Senthil Nathan, Deepak Rajan, Roger Rea, Mike Spicer, Brian Williams, Vitali N. Zoubov, IBM Redbooks
Publisher:IBM Redbooks - 2012-05-02

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