Streamlio Introduces Industry’s First Cloud-Native Service for Fast Data

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According to a new press release, “Streamlio, the intelligent platform for fast data, today announced Streamlio Cloud, its new cloud-native service for fast data. This new offering is powered by Apache Pulsar, the top-level Apache Software Foundation project initially created within Yahoo! by Streamlio founders, and runs within Amazon Web Services (AWS). It allows virtually any organization to benefit from this proven enterprise-grade technology for fast data processing, and the Streamlio team’s deep expertise deploying and operating Pulsar, with a few simple clicks. This news, which follows Streamlio’s recent release of Streamlio Community Edition as a Kubernetes application for the Google Cloud Platform, marks the company’s latest step in making it possible for organizations to create a unified fabric for fast data across cloud, edge and data center infrastructure.”

The release goes on, “Adoption of these intelligent, cloud-based applications and services is driving companies to move from batch-driven processing to acting on data immediately as it arrives. At the same time, the shift in application and deployment architectures to microservices, cloud and containers requires technologies that can integrate with and take full advantage of these new paradigms. The Streamlio Cloud service is designed to meet these requirements for companies of all industries and sizes, including in markets such as media and entertainment, energy, logistics, online services and others that need to quickly process and act on fast-moving data as part of a dynamic cloud infrastructure.”

Read more at Globe Newswire.

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