Download and try SQLstream Blaze and experience the power of the industry’s leading stream processing platform.
|SQLstream Blaze is available on Linux platforms for both evaluation and operational systems, and as a QuickStart VM for evaluation and trials on PCs and Macs.
StreamLab: Intelligent data stream discovery and visualization without coding.
|Our QuickStart VM contains the Blaze suite with the stream processing platform, s-Server, StreamLab for guided data stream discovery and analysis, and s-Dashboard for real-time dashboards.
The VM is distributed as an Open Virtualization Archive (OVA) for import into VirtualBox and VMware. The OVA is a single tar format file of the OVF package, containing the disk image as well as the metadata for machine configuration. The VM image runs Ubuntu 14.04.
The VM can be deployed on any host OS supported by VirtualBox and VMware, including Linux, OS X, Windows 7 and Windows 8.
All VM hosting platforms require a 64-bit host OS.
|SQLstream Blaze includes everything you need to get up and running with your streaming data application, including:
SQLstream Blaze server deployments require a 64-bit Linux OS.
Screenshot of s-Visualizer demo for streaming log analytics
The VM can be deployed on any host OS supported by VirtualBox and VMware, including Linux, OS X, Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 10.
|For VMware and VirtualBox||2.9GB||.ova||Download OVA|
|Function||RAM required by VM||Cores required by VM||OVA File Size|
|Demonstration & Familiarization||4 GB||2 (4 is better!)||3.1 GB|
|Development and Proof of Concepts||4 GB||4||3.1 GB|
An example demonstration for real-time log analytics based on a bank account fraud scenario is including in the VM package. Called Mochi, the example streaming SQL application reads phone server, web server and transaction logs in order to detect suspicious bank account activity. Scripts for running the demonstration are included.
The QuickStart VM should require no administration beyond managing the installed products and services, and watching for log file size increases on the example applications. Here’s some information on setup and installation to get started. In the event that additional administration is required or that problems occur, this page provides information on accounts and possible explanations and solutions to some common questions.
You will be logged in automatically on VM startup as the blazer user with sudo privileges in the VM. No password required. From there, please refer to the installation document for the complete set of instructions, however, a few prompts are provided below:
sqlstream. To verify that s-Server is installed and running typing
service s-serverd statusin a terminal window should return
Server is listening on port 5570.
ls -l /tmp/mochi(to view the sample server log files)
StreamLab server is now running on port 5590response than launch StreamLab from the ‘StreamLab’ icon.
To launch the VMware image you will either need a VMware Player for Windows or Linux, or VMware Fusion player for Mac. The latest versions of the players are recommended.
No reported issues on Linux, Windows or OS X for VirtualBox 4.3.
Parallels Desktop does not support the direct import of OVA tar files. The Blaze VM can be run on Parallels but must first be imported using VirtualBox or VMware to create a .vbi or .vmdk image, and the created image imported into Parallels. Parallels will convert the image to a native .pem image on import. Please contact technical support for further information and guidance.
The Blaze server (s-Server) can be installed on most common linux distributions. The graphical tools (StreamLab and s-Dashboard) are browser clients, and the platform IDE and admin module (s-Studio) is available for Windows as well as Linux.
SQLstream Blaze suite is available in two download packages, s-Server and StreamLab. First, download and install the core s-Server package which contains the s-Server stream processing platform with s-Dashboard, s-Studio and s-Visualizer. Then download and install StreamLab on top.
The Windows versions for s-Studio, JDBC driver and client tools are included with the core s-Server distribution above but are also available as separate downloads for larger scale rollout of user and test clients if required. The Client Tools distribution provides developers with the tools and drivers required to build and test SQLstream client drivers and connectivity. Client Tools includes the LogFile Agent for streaming log file data to the SQLstream server in real-time, and DataGen for generating test data streams.
|s-Studio for Windows (64-bit)||90MB||.exe||Download|
|s-Studio for Windows (32-bit)||90MB||.exe||Download|
|Client Tools for Windows (32 and 64 bit)||100MB||.exe||Download|
As for the Client Tools for Windows, the Linux versions of s-Studio, JDBC driver and the client tools are included with the core s-Server distribution above but are also available as separate downloads for larger scale rollout of user and test clients if required.
|s-Studio for Linux (64-bit)||91MB||.run||Download|
|Client Tools for Linux (32-bit)||113MB||.run||Download|
|Client Tools for Linux (64-bit)||114MB||.run||Download|
An example demonstration for real-time log analytics based on a bank account fraud scenario is included in the Blaze package. Called Mochi, the example streaming SQL application reads phone server, web server and transaction logs in order to detect suspicious bank account activity. Scripts for running the demonstration are included.
ls -l /tmp/mochi(to view the sample server log files)
StreamLab server is now running on port 5590response than launch StreamLab from the ‘StreamLab’ icon. From here, refer to the StreamLab Guide.