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Edge analytics in glassbeam

ASHOK AGARWAL
Feb 25, 2016

So you heard me TALK ABOUT edge computing. Now lets look at edge analytics. In other words, dynamically created business rules implemented at run time? Hmmm, great idea, but difficult to implement. Even more difficult if you further simplify the generation of such rules through an intuitive drag and drop UI. Analytics is another name for early action and Rules are key to making that happen. Rules allow us to:

Introducing glassbeam studio

PRAMOD SRIDHARAMURTHY
Feb 16, 2016

I am delighted to announce the release of Glassbeam Studio – the industry’s first Data Transformation and Preparation tool for complex machine data.

According to Gartner, by 2018, data discovery and data management evolution will drive most organizations to augment centralized architectures with decentralized approaches. Most business users and analysts will have access to self-service tools to prepare data for analysis.

IOT in our daily lives

DEVANG MEHTA
Feb 03, 2016

I met an old friend after quite a white this past weekend. I barely uttered the word ‘IoT’ while updating him on my career, and he immediately began gushing at what the industry had done for him.

He mentioned how, on the golf course last weekend, he he sliced (yet another!) drive into the woods, and an app connected to his driver reminding him how to straighten his wrist to fix his swing. His wife came home last weekend with a smart flower pot that now alerts him on when it needs to be watered and fed.

New iot applications take benefits to a new level

DEVANG MEHTA
Jan 20, 2016

CB INSIGHTS, which offers range of consulting, research and database services to the venture community, recently published a series of articles that demonstrates the continued growth and accelerating adoption of IoT Applications.

One ARTICLE traces IoT funding, noting there has been $500 million in investments in private IoT companies in four of the last six quarters.

Congratulations to our authors at glassbeam!

PRAMOD SRIDHARAMURTHY
Jan 07, 2016

One of the best things for us at Glassbeam has always been the team! We have some of the smartest engineers with each one an expert in their domain. 2016 was a great start for three engineers here as they became first time authors on topics that are core to what we do at GLASSBEAM. The important part is that they wrote these books without impacting work schedules, which shows the passion and commitment they have for their craft.

IOT – how real is it today?

DEVANG MEHTA
Dec 30, 2015

This is the title of a REPORT recently authored by Frost and Sullivan’s Stratecast publication.

IOT analytics to drive ev charging station infrastructure growth

VIJAY VASUDEVAN
Dec 07, 2015

We live in anxious times. People are anxious about moving their careers forward, spending enough time with their families, maintaining a healthy diet and more. Happily, the arrival of viable electric cars has alleviated one anxiety we share – namely, polluting the environment with car emissions.

Glassbeam 4.8 is here!

DEVANG MEHTA
Nov 11, 2015

Glassbeam 4.8 is the latest and greatest version of our next generation machine data analytics platform. We’re excited to announce it’s launch – specially so because it packs so much punch it almost feels like 5.0!

For those who like a release notes kind of narrative, please check out our WHAT’S NEW page.

Here are few things, that makes 4.8 so cool:

Flurry of iot activity

DEVANG MEHTA
Oct 16, 2015

While October is typically a bad month for the stock market, it is clearly not the case for the IoT industry. While we all know IoT is becoming increasingly important in a wide range of industries, it was good to see IoT-related announcements over the last week from three technology leaders.

Glassbeam versus splunk = holistic versus instant gratification

JIM BIGGS
Sep 22, 2015

In the late 1960s and early 1970s, psychologist Walter Mischel, who at the time was a professor at Stanford University, led a series of studies on delayed gratification. The results of these well-cited studies became known as “The Stanford Marshmallow Experiment”. An excerpt from his study is quoted here – “Delayed gratification, or deferred gratification, is the ability to resist the temptation for an immediate reward and wait for a later reward.

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