Calling Python code from IBM InfoSphere Streams

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Senthil Nathan and Glenn Hochberg

Date archived: January 13, 2017 | Last updated: April 15, 2013|First published: April 05, 2013

The Python programming language is a popular choice among enterprise developers to quickly put together working solutions. Many companies adopt Python to build IT assets for regular use. IBM InfoSphere® Streams is a middleware product designed for implementing logic directly in C++ and Java™ technology. Read on to learn how to call Python code directly from IBM InfoSphere Streams applications.

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Zone=Big data and analytics, Information Management
ArticleTitle=Calling Python code from IBM InfoSphere Streams