|Striim Cloud Now Available On AWS|
|Written by Kay Ewbank|
|Wednesday, 30 November 2022|
Striim has announced the availability of Striim Cloud on Amazon Web Services (AWS). Striim is also available on Google Cloud and Azure.
Striim Cloud is fully-managed software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform for real-time streaming data integration and analytics that is designed to be zero-maintenance and "infinitely scalable". Striim connects over 100 sources and targets across private, hybrid, and multi-cloud environments.
Striim's co-founder Alok Pareek says that Striim Cloud on AWS is the only solution that delivers the real-time autonomous data pipelines that let organizations seamlessly evolve their legacy application architectures to modern, cloud-native architectures with minimum disruption. The platform uses change data capture (CDC) to detect source database changes so that the information is the most up-to-date data possible. Customers can query and run analysis on a live data stream in transit rather than query the data after it has reached the target database or data warehouse.
Customers have a unified view of all data pipelines. They can add new pipelines or modify existing pipelines, while Striim does the heavy lifting in the background to support them.
For developers, Striim can be used to develop and run custom applications that acquire data from external sources, process it, and deliver it for consumption through the Striim dashboard or to other applications. Applications can be created graphically using Striim's web client or coded using Tungsten Query Language (TQL), a SQL-like language that can be extended with Java. TQL is also used by the Tungsten console, the platform's command-line client.
Striim's programming interfaces include REST API endpoints to retrieve or query data that has been retrieved by queries. There are also REST API endpoints for retrieving system health statistics. A separate Striim Application Management REST API can be used to manage the lifecycle of existing Striim applications, create new applications from templates, and retrieve file lineage data. There's also a Java event publishing API that allows Java applications to write directly to Striim streams.
More information on Striim on AWS is available on the Striim website.
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