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Streams Introduction

A quick overview of Streams and its features. Next, follow this guide to deploy the sample application in the Streaming analytics service.

Get started with streaming analytics in Python with IBM Cloud Private for Data

As announced earlier, Streams is now available as an add-on to IBM Cloud Private for Data. This means that you can use the IBM Streams...

Watson Studio: Predict the correct drug for a patient using Streams Flows and Predictive Modelling

Streams and IBM Watson Studio help you tackle the unique problem of applying data science models to real time data. For example, you might have...

Compute time based averages using the Aggregate operator

A common problem with real time analytics is answering questions like “what is the average temperature over the last 30 seconds?”¬† The Aggregate operator in...

Monitor applications and find errors using Streams Console

Streams Console includes many helpful features for monitoring and finding errors in your applications. This video has a short overview of some of the latest...

Running your first application in the Streams Quick Start Edition

If you have the Quick Start Edition for Streams 4.2 and up, this short video shows you how to run your first Streams application. Get...

Improve performance of Streams applications by identifying bottlenecks

This video shows how you can identify bottlenecks in your application and then improve them by adding a parallel region. It also shows how you...

Sharing hosts between applications

Resource allocation is an important factor in overall application performance. You do not want to use more resources than needed, and at the same time...

Use Python to process streaming data in Watson Studio Streams Flows

Watch this video to learn how to use the Code operator in Watson Studio Streams Flows. Using the Code operator you can write Python code...

Use data from IoT devices in Watson Studio Streams Flows

This video shows how to ingest data from IoT devices using Watson Studio Streams Flows and the Watson IoT platform. This is part 1 of...