Streaming Analytics

Streaming Analytics Empowers Businesses for Instantaneous Decision Making

Streaming analytics involves a constant up-to-the-second flow of current information in business activities and can include data from multiple sources, such as market data, "The Internet of Things," mobile, clickstreams, sensors, and transactions.

The untapped potential of this technology can put businesses "ahead of the curve" competitively, being able to act and react immediately to current situations by gaining information in real-time.
As of 2014, there has been a 66% increase in the use of streaming analytics within 2 years, with the capabilities of this new technology encompassing:
  • The ingestion of big data from market data, transactions and business processes, and making it available for analysis nearly instantly.
  • Performing streaming analytics on a heterogeneous set of data sources.
  • Discovering patterns in the data to reveal insights relevant to business challenges and opportunities.
  • Automating intelligent actions based on complex rules specific to each company and each situation.
  • Providing visual alerts and visual dashboards to support fast decision-making.
The possibilities for the application streaming analytics are exciting in enabling enterprises to extract maximum knowledge, value and competitive advantage in the marketplace..

How and Why?

Crossvale has extensive experience and knowledge in using Software AG's Apama platform, one of the leaders in the streaming analytics arena. In a recent evaluation of streaming application platforms by Forrester, Apama came out ahead of the competition:
The Apama platform allows businesses to analyze and act on high-volume business operations and customer interactions in real-time. Apama rapidly correlates aggregates and detects patterns across large volumes of fast-moving data from multiple sources, so you can take the right action at the right time. Apama enables organizations to rapidly deploy and evolve scalable real-time solutions in information intensive, time-critical industries, such as capital markets, banking, telecommunications, and supply chain.