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Three Ways to Derive Information From Event Streams

Published: 06 July 2017

ID: G00326028

Analyst(s): W. Roy Schulte, Nick Heudecker

Summary

Event stream processing is becoming a major part of business analytics. To get information from sensor data, web clickstreams, geolocation data, weather reports, market data, social media and other event streams, data and analytics leaders must employ three specific application styles.

Table Of Contents
  • Key Challenges

Introduction

Analysis

  • Use Continuous Intelligence to Support Situation Awareness and Real-Time Sense-and-Respond
  • Use Real-Time, On-Demand Intelligence for Time-Sensitive, Interactive Operational Decisions
  • Use Offline, On-Demand Intelligence for Reports, Queries and Model Building

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