- Companies will be able to leverage Databricks’ AI/ML solutions to construct models leveraging real-time data and offer more precise business predictions after the integration with Striim.
Striim, a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) platform for real-time data integration and streaming headquartered in California, announced at the ongoing Big Data LDN (London) conference that it has joined Databricks’ technology partner program.
Under the terms of the engagement, the company will integrate its data streaming service with Databricks. This will let businesses access real-time data and take appropriate action from their lakehouse infrastructure.
Ariel Amster, director of strategic technology partners at Databricks, said, “We intentionally partner with technology providers like Striim to enable our customers to speed their time-to-insights. We are excited to partner with Striim, providing our customers access to a fully managed cloud service to seamlessly connect data from databases, applications, and disparate clouds to Databricks in real-time.”
Built using open-source technology, Databricks’ lakehouse combines the benefits of a data lake and data warehouse and gives businesses the option to create Artificial Intelligence (AI) and analytics apps on top of their datasets. With this integration, companies will be able to leverage Databricks’ AI/ML solutions to construct models leveraging real-time data and offering more precise business predictions. Striim recently announced entry into the UK and EMEA markets.
More at Big Data London
Players in the data and analytics space like Pyramid Analytics, Starburst, and Immuta also spoke at the Big Data London conference alongside Striim.
Pyramid Analytics, a company well-known for its decision intelligence platform, recently announced a partnership with Amplifi to broaden the European systems integration channel. According to the business, Amplifi Europe will increase the range of services it offers by integrating its decision intelligence platform in the U.K., Ireland, and Northern Europe.
In the meantime, Starburst announced enhanced functionality for building and sharing data products built on global datasets. Furthermore, Boston-based Immuta, which recently raised USD 100 million, urged businesses to scale compliant data access and security strategies by adopting more cutting-edge data systems that abide by upcoming post-Brexit UK data regulations.