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What is Stream Analytics?

Definition of Stream Analytics

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What is Stream Analytics?

Stream analytics is the process of analyzing and gaining insights from data streams in real-time. It is a subset of stream processing and refers to the specific techniques and algorithms used to analyze and extract insights from the data streams as they are generated.

Stream analytics systems are designed to handle high-velocity, high-volume data streams, and process them in real-time. The system ingests the data from various sources, applies analytics, and generates insights or triggers actions. These insights can be used to improve decision making, detect trends, identify patterns, and predict future events.
Stream analytics can be applied in various industries, including finance, telecommunications, retail, and IoT. It allows organizations to gain real-time insights into their operations, customer behavior, and market trends, which can be used to improve decision-making, optimize processes, and increase efficiency.

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