SreamInsight: Adding a Realtime Tool to Your Belt
There is a growing need for real-time analytics in a wide array of scenarios,
including monitoring, fraud detection, logistics, clickstream analysis, and
many others. While traditional tools like relational databases are
extraordinarily effective at storing and querying data, they have their
limitations: data have to hit disk before they are analyzed; streaming,
continuously changing data are hard to deal with; and time-series queries are
notoriously difficult to express in SQL. StreamInsight gives you a new tool,
combining powerful temporal semantics with the ability to handle high volumes
of real-time streaming data.
This session will explore and demonstrate StreamInsight, show how it can be integrated into CLR applications to provide real-time analytic processing, and will include the first public preview of new features that will be release in StreamInsight 2.1.
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Isaac Kunen is a senior program manager for StreamInsight, where his most recent work has been on high-availability. Before joining the StreamInsight team, Isaac spent several years on the SQL Server engine team working on contained databases, spatial database support, SQL CLR, and many other aspects of database programmability. Prior to joining Microsoft in 2005, Isaac was a developer at BEA Systems.
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