SQLstream Blaze is a stream processing suite for real-time operational intelligence from the integration, analysis and visualization of high volume, high velocity machine data. SQLstream Blaze includes the core stream processor, s-Server, with real-time visualization products for developers and enterprise power users, platform management tools, and a comprehensive suite of agents adaptors for machine data and enterprise integration.
s-Server is the core data stream processing platform. s-Server is the only stream processor to use standards-compliant SQL for querying live data streams. Benchmarked at over 500k events/second per CPU/core, s-Server is the most powerful and scalable stream processing platform available. s-Server includes the suite of agents and adapters for machine data mediation and enterprise system and storage platform integration.
StreamLab enables business analysts and data scientists to explore and visualize machine data streams in real-time. StreamLab offers a graphical stream browser for the interactive exploration of machine data streams, with built-in real-time dashboards for visualizing streaming data and analytics. No SQL or Java coding is required – all streaming data interactions are supported through the powerful GUI.
s-Visualizer is a real-time, push-based visualization platform for enterprise power users. s-Visualizer provides powerful push-based dashboards for visualizing streaming analytics from s-Server, with sophisticated meta-data capability for ease of configuration.
s-Dashboard is an HTML5 platform for building push-based, real-time visualizations on s-Server. s-Dashboard enables developers to deploy real-time dashboards for streaming analytics on any device or channel, and is pre-configured with a standard set of panels, widgets and dashboards.
s-Studio is a stream inspection, application development and administration console for the s-Serverplatform. s-Studio enables dynamic updates to live applications, adding new queries as needed or changing existing queries or views. s-Studio is built as a plug-in on the standards-compliant Eclipse framework.