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StreamBase Releases Real-Time Big Data Acceleration Pack
Big Data Acceleration Pack includes integration with Hadoop’s Flume,
GNIP and Recorded Future
NEW YORK, NY (USA)— June 20, 2012 — StreamBase Systems today announces a Big Data Acceleration Pack for rapidly deploying real-time analytics against Big Data. The Acceleration Pack offers pre-built connectivity to some of the leading technologies related to Big Data including Hadoop (via Flume), social media enterprise data provider GNIP, and big-data sentiment analysis via Recorded Future. Elements of the Big Data Acceleration Pack are integrated with both StreamBase CEP and StreamBase LiveView™, and are available on the StreamBase Component Exchange, an open-source community ecosystem for StreamBase components.
The integration pack enables the rapid creation of real-time analytics applications for Big Data. Firms like Linden Labs, Thomson Reuters and CME Group use StreamBase to rapidly deploy applications that ingest vast amounts of structured and unstructured data, taking in hundreds of millions of streaming business events each day, executing real-time analytics with business logic that can help automate the decision- making process and take actions based on a live view of business conditions.
The extension of StreamBase’s connectivity options to Big Data sources will enable customers to quickly implement real-time analytics against vast quantities of steaming data via StreamBase CEP, and aggregate, query, visualize and alert on streaming analytics with StreamBase LiveView.
The StreamBase Big Data Acceleration Pack includes:
- Hadoop and Flume Integration – Flume turns Hadoop infrastructure into a streaming source of unstructured data. The industry-first connectivity to Flume – the StreamBase Flume adapter – connects StreamBase CEP and LiveView to this stream of Hadoop data, easily turning the Hadoop data collection network into a massively scalable event absorption layer. The StreamBase Hadoop integration enables real-time fraud detection, monitoring, and real-time service experience management applications.
- Gnip – The first CEP engine to connect to the world’s leading source for social data, Gnip and StreamBase integration provides a simple way to deploy enterprise-class real-time analytics to streaming social data. Applications range from digital ad placement to real-time social sentiment analysis.
- Recorded Future – Recorded Future analyzes unstructured news data from over 100,000 sources of news from the Internet. The sentiment, momentum, scoring, and text can now be integrated with StreamBase CEP and LiveView. Applications include real-time news-driven trading, fraud detection and surveillance, and intelligence applications.
“As the volume of unstructured data continues to rise, so it becomes increasingly important for our customers to gain insight into this data in real-time,” said Mark Palmer, CEO of StreamBase. “The StreamBase Big Data Acceleration Pack has a number of industry firsts: the first CEP engine to connect to Gnip for enterprise social media data, Recorded Future to assess sentiment on over 100,000 sources of news in real-time, and Flume, which turns Hadoop into a source and sink for streaming unstructured data.”
About StreamBase Systems, Inc.
StreamBase provides solutions for real-time analytics. StreamBase’s products include StreamBase LiveView™ and StreamBase CEP, in addition to connectivity to over 150 data sources and an ultra-low latency FIX engine.
StreamBase CEP enables the rapid development and deployment of real-time analytical applications, with pre-built integration for streaming and historical data, visualization engines and statistical tools. StreamBase LiveView is a push-based real-time analytics solution that enables business users to analyze, anticipate and alert on important business events in real-time, and act on opportunities or threats as they occur.
StreamBase customers include CME Group, Thomson Reuters, SunGard, BM&FBOVESPA, the Santiago Stock Exchange, ConvergEx Group, RBC Capital Markets, CMC Markets, Gain Capital, City Index, Linden Lab, Orbitz and BlueCrest Capital Management. The company is headquartered in Lexington, Massachusetts with offices in New York and London. In 2010, the World Economic Forum awarded StreamBase the title of Technology Pioneer. For more information, please visit www.streambase.com.