MACHINE DATA ANALYTICS

Semiotic parsing language – the language for machine data analytics

PRAMOD SRIDHARAMURTHY
Jan 13, 2016

The Internet of Things (IoT), an ever-growing number of connected devices, generates vast amounts of data, called “Machine Data”, complex in variety, volume and velocity. Machine data is information about the device, like its configuration, status, performance, usage and more. Manufacturers across data-intensive industries – such as storage, wireless, networking and medical devices – are struggling to make sense of all this data. Analyzing machine data can help organizations with reactive diagnostic activity, predictive problem identification, and business intelligence.

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 expansion to accelerate in 2016

PUNEET PANDIT
Dec 21, 2015

In my last post, I wrote about the progress Glassbeam has made this year, leveraging the increasing interest in IoT analytics in a wide range of industries. It is now clear that IoT analytics can dramatically improve business efficiency in everything from operations to product development and customer service. Here, I’d like to look forward at where Glassbeam sees IoT advancing in the coming year.

IOT analytics expansion to accelerate in 2016

PUNEET PANDIT
Dec 21, 2015

In my last post, I wrote about the progress Glassbeam has made this year, leveraging the increasing interest in IoT analytics in a wide range of industries. It is now clear that IoT analytics can dramatically improve business efficiency in everything from operations to product development and customer service. Here, I’d like to look forward at where Glassbeam sees IoT advancing in the coming year.

How the glassbeam-thingworx integration works

VIVEK SUNDARAM
Dec 18, 2015

Machine log data is prevalent in the IoT world, especially for complex machines like medical devices, manufacturing systems, and smart grid architectures; and is a natural outgrowth of building products that require assembly from numerous underlying components. It is very important to collect and mine machine log data to uncover true business insights – similar to mining the proverbial diamond in the rough – and to accrue significant economic value from it.

Build versus buy – an empirical approach (part 2)

DEVANG MEHTA
Dec 03, 2015

In a PREVIOUS POST, we described a framework for evaluating the right inflection point for a ‘Build versus Buy’ scenario for implementing an IoT Analytics solution at your organization.

In this post, we will expand on this – first with a few numeric use cases based on our interaction with customers and prospects. As a reminder, we define Value of Risk = Cost of failure X Chance of failure.

Case 1: 8 Full-time Employees (FTEs), Chance of failure = 25%, Calculated Risk Value = $285K

Build versus buy – an empirical approach (part 1)

DEVANG MEHTA
Nov 24, 2015

In this two-part Blog post, we will examine the pros and cons or building an in-house IOT ANALYTICS SOLUTION versus licensing a solution from a leading industry player like Glassbeam…

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.

Powerful analytics behind the movement to the “economy of things”

DEVANG MEHTA
Aug 25, 2015

The IBM INSTITUTE FOR BUSINESS VALUE (IBV) has recently released a report titled, “THE ECONOMY OF THINGS,” which proposes the idea that the Internet of Things will evolve into the Economy of Things. The report begins by noting how the internet completely transformed industries such as music and newspapers, but its impact on physical industries, such as manufacturing and retailing, has been much less.

Recap from solidcon 2015

DEVANG MEHTA
Jun 28, 2015

For the first time, Glassbeam attended the SOLIDCON IOT CONFERENCE organized by the O’Reily group. And we’re glad that we did!

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