Gartner: Three Ways to Derive Information from Event Streams
By analysts W. Roy Schulte and Nick Heudecker
Event streams create many opportunities for business analytics to generate new value. But most companies capture only a fraction of the value of this information.
"Companies need different approaches for real-time stream analytics and for offline, historical stream analytics, which complicates the design and development of stream processing systems. Many business intelligence (BI) and analytics professionals have little experience with push-based continuous intelligence, so they often default to using conventional reports that present stale data."*
Read this research report for Gartner's analysis on how event stream processing is taking on a major role in business analytics. Learn about how to get the most value from modern event streams.
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*Three Ways to Derive Information From Event Streams, by W. Roy Schulte, Nick Heudecker; published 6 July 2017
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