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Striim Delivers Streaming Hybrid Cloud Integration to Microsoft Azure

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by Angela Guess

According to a new press release, “Striim™, Inc. today announced that it has launched version 3.7 of its end-to-end real-time data integration and streaming analytics platform. Driven by customer requirements and demand, this release focuses on facilitating real-time, hybrid Cloud integration, and simplifying the management of applications running on streaming data. Highlights of this latest version include several hybrid cloud integrations with Microsoft® data solutions running on Azure®, and enhanced application-to-database management through dynamic schema evolution.”

Alok Pareek, founder and EVP of Products at Striim, commented, “Many of our customers are increasingly adopting real-time cloud-based solutions. Striim enables them to rapidly deploy hybrid cloud solutions with continuous data movement from on-premise systems to the cloud. With this release, Striim is the only vendor to offer multiple metered solutions for streaming data integration and analytics on the Azure Marketplace… Adding to this numerous platform enhancements such as support for schema evolution and DDL propagation, we continue to up the ante on streaming data management.”

The release goes on, “Striim has launched two new solutions on the Microsoft Azure Marketplace. For all solutions, Striim’s wizard-based design interface speeds deployment and time-to-value for its Azure-based customers. Striim for Real-Time Integration to SQL Database simplifies the real-time collection and movement of data from a wide variety of on-premise sources, including enterprise databases via Change Data Capture (CDC), into Azure SQL Database. While the data is streaming, Striim enables in-flight processing, (i.e., filtering, transformations, enrichment) before the data lands in SQL Database, providing full context for any downstream operations such as reporting, and hybrid transactional and analytical processing.”

Read more at Business Wire.

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