StreamBase Shows "Persistence"


StreamBase has increased the power of its flagship Stream Processing Engine and will next introduce Event Persistence, a function that stores and analyzes real-time and historical data at the same time, using a new database query language for accessing both types of data.

SPE now operates at faster speeds and can handle up to 380,000 messages per second over a single AMD 64-bit Athlon CPU. Although StreamBase has never benchmarked the speed before, marketing vice president Bill Hobbib estim

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