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Watch: Dynamic and Elastic Scaling in Streams v4.3

IBM Streams allows you to scale up your applications by adding parallel data processing. By using the @parallel annotation in your application, you could indicate...

Optional Data Types in the SPL Programming Language

IBM Streams 4.3 introduces a new type to the SPL programming language to better allow Streams applications to interoperate with external data sources such as...

New in Streams 4.3: Using Complex Expressions in the Import Operator

Learn how to use complex, bitwise and nested expressions to filter data from a dynamic connection.

Streams 4.3 Information

Streams v4.3 is now available, and this post will hold links to articles and presentations about Streams 4.3.  Check this post frequently in the upcoming...

Monitoring IBM Streams Analytics with Prometheus and Grafana

Introduction As a Streams developer or admin, you might need a way to efficiently store and visualize current and historical Streams metrics.  For example, you...

Common patterns for tracking moving objects in Streams, part 2: Geofencing

This article continues the discussion of tracking moving objects in real-time. The previous article discussed using the Hangout operator  to discover points of interest (POI)...

Build a real-time location-monitoring application on IBM Cloud with Geospatial Analytics and Node.js

Obtain, run, and extend a Node.js starter application that uses the IBM Cloud Geospatial Analytics service. With the Geospatial Analytics service, you can monitor moving...

Common patterns for tracking moving objects in Streams, part 1

There are several use cases that involve tracking moving objects or people in real time. Some of these include wildlife tracking and monitoring, fleet management,...

Sliding and Tumbling Windows explained

Windowing allows you to process a snapshot of streaming data.  These two posts explain sliding and tumbling windows in SPL and are a great way...

Streaming Analytics on IBM Cloud: New Features and New Price Plans

Today, the enhanced version of the Streaming Analytics service on IBM Cloud is now generally available.  (The beta of this version of the service has...

Streaming Analytics Development Guide

Choose the Development Guide matching your Streaming Analytics price plan The details about how to develop applications for the Streaming Analytics service in IBM Cloud...

Streaming Analytics Development Guide for IBM Cloud

READ ME FIRST This development guide is only meant to be used with Streaming Analytics instances in IBM Cloud created using a V2 price plan....

Detect Complex Events in Real-time with Streaming Analytics in the IBM Cloud

Do you want to perform complex event detection on information from real-time data sources and act quickly when events are found? It’s easier than you...

Connecting to Streaming Analytics in IBM Cloud

Streaming Analytics supports a wide variety of connectors, enabling you to stream data into and out of your Streams applications. These connectors are provided in...

Starter and Sample Applications for Streaming Analytics V2 Service Plans

Introduction This article lists a set of sample applications that are compatible with Streaming Analytics V2 price plans.  If you’re not sure which type of...