Analyze more data . . . . faster than ever before!
Chuck Ballard 270003BSKY CWBALLAR@US.IBM.COM | | Tags:  real-time data big streams analytics
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What if it became cost effective to analyze data that was too time-sensitive or expensive to analyze in the past? What would that mean to you? As examples, you could more consistently identify new market opportunities before competitors, and be agile enough to respond quickly to changes in the market.
This type of capability offers tremendous potential, and could be the start of a new way of doing business. You would be right in the middle of the evolution to a Big Data environment.
So how do you do that? You start with one of the key tenants in a Big Data architecture, which is streams processing. That technology is radically transforming the information industry by assembling continuous insights from data in motion, that is, from data that might not have yet been stored. This new technology was developed to handle the issues of high volume, velocity, and variety of data, which are key tenants of big data.
To help you along your way, IBM has the InfoSphere Streams product. And to help you get started using that product we have a few IBM Redbooks publications. For example, one of those you should get quickly is “IBM InfoSphere Streams: Assembling Continuous Insight in the Information Revolution,” SG24-7970. Download it from the ITSO site at www.ibm.com/redbooks.
When you are ready to start building applications, we have another one for you that was just published. It is “Accelerating InfoSphere Streams Deployments with Analytic Accelerators,” SG24-8139. Download it today! In it we describe the toolkits and accelerators available with Streams to build real-time analytic applications. This is a practitioner's guide with information about what is available and how to leverage it - using examples and exercises that demonstrate practical application of the components. We introduce the concepts of accelerators and toolkits and where to find them. In addition, we introduce functional components that can also be used to get you started quickly.
So . . . . lets get going! Download those Redbooks publications and start reading!