Jeff Cotrupe: Everyone Wants “Real-time Analytic Insights”–but Which Architecture Will Get You There?

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“When it comes to real-time analytics, feeds and speeds are important, but the key point is this: if an organization has any employee, anywhere, who needs to take an important action but cannot because he or she is ‘waiting for data,’ the organization needs faster data,” said Jeff Cotrupe in a recent Stratecast report. The report, Everyone Wants “Real-time Analytic Insights”–but Which Architecture Will Get You There?, asserts that broad agreement exists that real-time analytics are essential to the survival and prosperity of the organization. In particular, financial markets, adtech, cybersecurity, and others now find themselves competing in ‘the millisecond economy,’ where survival is no longer possible without putting the freshest insights at the fingertips of their people.

Hyperbole and a lack of clarity about what to deploy, however, represent significant barriers to entry. The array of technology choices, the lack of clarity around those choices, and the organizational positioning and politics surrounding those choices constitute a barrier to adoption—creating confusion and indecision in the marketplace.

The report equips organizations to make the right decisions in this environment by analyzing Apache open source technologies that form the foundation of many real-time analytics deployments today; optimal architectures for real-time analytics; and strategies of some of the companies Cotrupe and Stratecast consider the leading providers in the space–and offers definitive recommendations on how buyers should proceed.

Venues where the report is currently featured include in Digital Journal; on the GigaSpaces blog; on LinkedIN; on Twitter; and more.

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