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        StreamBase

        Analysis of complex event/stream processing vendor StreamBase. Related subjects include:

        April 17, 2017

        Interana

        Interana has an interesting story, in technology and business model alike. For starters:

        And to be clear — if we leave aside any questions of marketing-name sizzle, this really is business intelligence. The closest Interana comes to helping with predictive modeling is giving its ad-hoc users inspiration as to where they should focus their modeling attention.

        Interana also has an interesting twist in its business model, which I hope can be used successfully by other enterprise software startups as well. Read more

        October 31, 2013

        Specialized business intelligence

        A remarkable number of vendors are involved in what might be called “specialized business intelligence”. Some don’t want to call it that, because they think that “BI” is old and passé’, and what they do is new and better. Still, if we define BI technology as, more or less:

        then BI is indeed a big part of what they’re doing.

        Why would vendors want to specialize their BI technology? The main reason would be to suit it for situations in which even the best general-purpose BI options aren’t good enough. The obvious scenarios are those in which the mismatch is one or both of:

        For example, in no particular order: Read more

        July 2, 2013

        Notes and comments, July 2, 2013

        I’m not having a productive week, part of the reason being a hard drive crash that took out early drafts of what were to be last weekend’s blog posts. Now I’m operating from a laptop, rather than my preferred dual-monitor set-up. So please pardon me if I’m concise even by comparison to my usual standards.

        *Basic and unavoidable ETL (Extract/Transform/Load) of course excepted.

        **I could call that ABC (Always Be Comparing) or ABT (Always Be Testing), but they each sound like – well, like The Glove and the Lions.

        March 31, 2012

        Our clients, and where they are located

        From time to time, I disclose our vendor client lists. Another iteration is below, the first since a little over a year ago. To be clear:

        For reasons explained below, I’ll group the clients geographically. Obviously, companies often have multiple locations, but this is approximately how it works from the standpoint of their interactions with me. Read more

        November 10, 2011

        StreamBase LiveView — push-based real-time BI

        My clients at StreamBase are coming out with a new product line called LiveView, and I agreed they could launch it via this blog. Key points about StreamBase LiveView Version 1.0 include:

        The basic StreamBase LiveView pipeline goes something like:?? Read more

        November 10, 2011

        StreamBase catchup

        While I was cryptic in my general CEP/streaming catchup, I’ll say a bit more regarding StreamBase in particular. At the highest level, non-technically:

        Read more

        November 10, 2011

        Very brief CEP/streaming catchup

        When I agreed to launch the StreamBase LiveView product via DBMS 2, I planned to catch up on the whole CEP/streaming area first. Due to the power and internet outages last week, that didn’t entirely happen. So I’ll do a bit of that now, albeit more cryptically than I hoped and intended.

        Meanwhile, if you want to see technically nitty-gritty posts about the CEP/streaming area, you may want to look at my CEP/streaming coverage circa 2007-9, based on conversations with (among others) Mike Stonebraker, John Bates, and Mark Tsimelzon.

        August 25, 2011

        Renaming CEP … or not

        One of the less popular category names I deal with is “Complex Event Processing (CEP)”. The word “complex” looks weird, and many are unsure about the “event processing” part as well. CEP does have one virtue as a name, however — it’s concise.

        The other main alternative is to base the name on “stream processing” instead.* The CEP-or-whatever industry is split between these choices, with StreamBase currently favoring “CEP” (despite its company name), IBM emphatically favoring “stream”, and Sybase seemingly trying to have things both ways.

        *And then, of course, there is “event stream processing”, regarding which please see below.

        Read more

        February 14, 2011

        Some quick notes on HP-Vertica

        HP is acquiring Vertica.? Read more

        February 16, 2010

        Quick thoughts on the StreamBase Component Exchange

        Streambase is announcing something called the StreamBase Component Exchange, for developers to exchange components to be used with the StreamBase engine, presumably on an open source basis. I simultaneously think:

        For reasons why, let me quote an email I just sent to an inquiring reporter:

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