MapR Unveils New Solution to Drive Data Connectivity for IoT
SAN JOSE, CA: MapR Technologies, a provider of converged data platform, has rolled out its new Stream Processing Quick Start Solution, which is power-driven by the MapR Converged Data Platform.
The newly-launched solution helps customers get the benefit of event processing capabilities of MapR Streams. It also enables customers to leverage the consistency of MapR platform to develop a channel for the new generation of Internet of Things applications. Prominent business advantages of the new solution are that it identifies difficult-to-detect abnormalities faster, reacts to a customer’s action instantly, and do analytics at IoT scale. Real-time stream data integration, real-time stream analytics, and real-time dashboards and scalability are the vital solution capabilities of the Stream Processing Quick Start Solution.
“Stream processing is rapidly growing in importance for real-time applications/analytics, and Internet of Things applications. Quick Start Solutions provide not just a product/technology proposition, but also one that educates and creates operational competency around a key technology for a new, exciting generation of big and fast data applications,” says Dave Jespersen, VP of worldwide services, MapR Technologies.
Moreover, with the Stream Processing Quick Start Solution, users can speed up their technological, educational and operational capabilities of their systems for real-time analytics and they can also modify the solution according to their need with the help of MapR data scientists and engineers.
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