According to a new press release, “In the drive to support customers’ digital business strategies, Hazelcast, the leading in-memory data management company, today announced the first enterprise edition of Hazelcast Jet 0.7 with advanced security features. Hazelcast Jet paired with Hazelcast IMDG presents a modern in-memory computing platform tailored for an IoT and microservices world that is fueling digital transformation across a broad array of industries.”
The release continues, “An early adopter of Hazelcast Jet is already experiencing the benefits of a streaming-first platform for a critical IoT use case. The user, a service provider specializing in the acquisition, persistence, secure transportation and dissemination of high frequency sensor data, has developed an advanced solution for the energy industry using Hazelcast Jet. Their solution provides comprehensive data management software for edge processing; the role of Jet within the solution is to capture, stream and publish low latency and high frequency sensor data over low bandwidth networks to multiple consumption points. In this role Hazelcast Jet acts as the processing backbone of the energy solution– monitoring sensors from remote production locations in varying formats and frequency, immediately turning this “raw events” data into insights and decisions, allowing adjustments to system settings in real time. Hazelcast Jet has a small footprint uniquely suited to the constraints that can be encountered in remote locations with limited IT access.”
Kelly Herrell, CEO of Hazelcast, said, “We see a powerful new dynamic emerging around data management. In today’s digital era, new systems are required that can deliver information with the time-sensitivity that meets rising business and consumer expectations. Hazelcast has already redefined high-performance processing for data at rest. Now, we are bringing that same level of performance to data in motion, enabling a new breed of ultra-high-performance applications based on streaming data that allow our customers to gain insight faster, enable actions within shorter durations, and engage new data at the speed with which it is arriving.”
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