WhereScape, a provider of data infrastructure automation software, is releasing an updated version of WhereScape automation featuring Streaming, allowing IT teams to automate real-time data flows and processing.
Streaming provides organizations with the capability and flexibility to ingest and process the increasing availability of IoT, social media and other streaming data sources and manage it alongside traditional, batch-based data sources.
WhereScape automation with Streaming helps IT teams address the added complexity of managing a hybrid of streaming real-time and traditional batch-based data as they design, develop, deploy, and operate their data infrastructure.
“Businesses understand the significant potential that being able to take advantage of real-time data offers to their organizations. However, IT teams – already stretched for time – now face the added challenge of understanding and incorporating these new data sources and streaming-related technologies into their analytics environments,” said Mark Budzinski, CEO at WhereScape. “WhereScape automation can ease the learning curve and process of integrating this new data paradigm.”
WhereScape automation with Streaming will debut this week at the TDWI Las Vegas conference.
WhereScape will additionally discuss and show the value of Streaming automation in an upcoming March 1 webcast co-hosted by managing research director John L. Myers of Enterprise Management Associates and WhereScape CTO Neil Barton.
For more information about this update, visit www.wherescape.com.