Industry Analyst Jeff Kagan Congratulates SQLstream s-Server Being Named 2014 Trend Setting Product

This streaming analytics platform helps companies make sense of the flood of data generated every day. It has been included in Database Trends and Applications magazine most recent list of Trend Setting Products.

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Jeff KAGAN, Industry Analyst

Technology Industry Analyst Jeff Kagan is available to speak with reporters, or may be quoted through this release.

Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) January 26, 2014

SQLstream, Inc. s-Server has been named a Trend setting product for 2014, according to Database Trends and Applications magazine in this release. SQLstream issued their own release as well.

Technology Industry analyst Jeff Kagan offers comment.

SQLstream is a standards based streaming Big Data analytics platform. The Trend setting Products in Data for 2014 honors organizations with a commitment to technology innovation whose breakthrough products are arming organizations with the tools needed to address their rapidly growing and changing market place requirements.

“Congratulations to SQLstream on this honor. This is a large and growing segment. Rapid growth in big data means companies and organizations struggle more and more trying to manage an increasing flow of data. This list tries to make it easier for companies to understand whats available and help them choose.” Says Tech analyst Jeff Kagan.

The worlds most data driven companies like telecom, wireless, financial and governments need help managing their ever increasing amount of data. That’s the space that SQLstream works in.

SQLstream (http://www.sqlstream.com) says they help businesses perform real time analytics and extract operational intelligence from unstructured log file, sensor and other machine generated big data.

Database Trends and Applications magazine says, “the data driven demands of organizations have never been greater. Today organizations need to manage more data, flowing faster, and with great variety from more sources than ever before.”

“This creates a rapidly growing need to help companies translate and utilize all this data. And that’s what SQLstream does. This is a young and very rapidly growing space and I don’t see anything slowing it down. This is a huge opportunity for companies who know how to use it, and a huge drawback for companies who don’t.” Says Kagan.

About Jeff Kagan

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