Vitria Announces VIA – An IoT Analytics Platform for the Internet of Things Era

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According to a recent press release, “Vitria Technology today announced the availability of Vitria VIA – a major new release of its IoT Analytics Platform designed to address the significant technical and business challenges associated with IoT. VIA is a new breed of IoT platform focused on helping companies get value quickly from the explosion of Big Data from IoT. VIA is a comprehensive IoT Analytics platform that accelerates the rapid design, development, and deployment of advanced real-time analytics against big IoT data. It leverages elastic cloud computing, fast analytics, and machine learning to apply the power of predictive and prescriptive analytics to IoT use cases.”

The release continues, “VIA’s innovative capabilities have been engineered to meet the unprecedented challenges of IoT Analytics, and include: Self-service analytics and visualization tools for operational and business analysts fostering rapid innovation. Visual Flow Designer for developers to quickly create analytics processing flows visually with no coding enabling the rapid development of IoT solutions in days not months. Integrated descriptive, predictive, and prescriptive analytics, both in true real-time and across historical data, for solving even the most complex IoT problems. Open IoT Data Lake with elastic scalability supporting both the volume and variety of IoT data.”

Les Yeamans, Founder and Executive Analyst of RT Insights, commented, “This is a very significant introduction for the IoT Analytics market… Although many IoT platforms have been introduced in the past year, analytics has often been a missing piece. The ability to ingest and analyze machine data combined with predictive and prescriptive analytics on one platform has tremendous value for the enterprise. We’ll be following VIA’s progress closely.”

Read more at PRWeb.

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