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Brian Williams, IBM Lab Services, brings us Section 5 of Streams Developer Education. Here, Brian discusses the Streams runtime environment and the massive parallelism Streams is capable of. (13:50) Watch the video (21:26) | Watch Section 1 (11:24)
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- Using InfoSphere Streams with memcached and Redis
Learn about a toolkit for distributed data sharing within an InfoSphere Streams application to externalize application-related state information and share it with other distributed components.
- InfoSphere Streams text analytics
InfoSphere Streams, an integral part of IBM's big data architecture, uses the Annotation Query Language (AQL) language to do text analytics through IBM BigInsights. Learn about the AQL language and the development process for using text analytics in an InfoSphere Streams environment.
- Get to know the R-project Toolkit in InfoSphere Streams
InfoSphere Streams addresses a crucial emerging need for platforms and architectures that can process vast amounts of generated streaming data in real time. Learn about the InfoSphere Streams R-project Toolkit, which integrates with the powerful R suite of software facilities and packages.
- Getting started with real-time stream computing
InfoSphere Streams is a powerful "platform for real-time analytics on big data" and an important part of IBM's big data architecture. Get up to speed quickly with the tools provided by InfoSphere Streams and take advantage of all the information made available for its use.
- Managing your InfoSphere Streams cluster with IBM Platform Computing
Managing your big data infrastructure doesn’t have to be challenging. With the appropriate management strategy and tools, multiple large environments can be set up and managed efficiently and effectively. Discover how to use IBM Platform Computing to set up and manage IBM InfoSphere Streams environments that will analyze big data in real time.
- An introduction to InfoSphere Streams
IBM InfoSphere Streams, part of the IBM big data platform, is used to process vast amounts of generated streaming data in real time. Find out what the product is designed to do, when it can be useful, how it works, and how it can complement InfoSphere BigInsights to perform highly complex analytics.
- Synchronize data with control signals in the
InfoSphere Streams Time Series Toolkit
Learn to synchronize and calibrate the process of model building and operator functions with the quality of incoming data using the control port feature of the InfoSphere Streams Time Series Toolkit.
- Integrating PureData System for Analytics with InfoSphere Streams
Learn to perform bulk load from InfoSphere Streams 2.0 to PureData System for Analytics N1001-010 using Netezza technology. The example demonstrates how Netezza enables a high-throughput connection and allows both systems working together to reach the high throughput that they offer separately.
- Integrating InfoSphere Streams 3.0 applications with InfoSphere Information Server 9.1 DataStage jobs, Part 1
In Part 1 of this article series, you get the technical details for creating an end-to-end integration scenario between InfoSphere Streams applications and DataStage jobs, including exporting modified Streams application metadata and importing into the Information Server environment.
- Calling Python code from InfoSphere Streams
Learn how to bring together the best capabilities of two worlds: SPL and Python. Seamlessly mix analytics code written in Python in the Streams applications to take advantage of its unparalleled features in scaling and distributed processing.