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These days, data is at the core of nearly every business decision. But even as the sheer amount of data and formats has skyrocketed, data sources have become more fragmented and distributed than ever.
In every industry, real-time data, event-driven systems, and the use of Apache Kafka® have ramped up to the point of being indispensable to business. In fact, streaming data is growing […]
Whether it’s ordering shoes online, depositing a check through a banking app, or reserving a ride-share to the airport, customers today expect transactions to be fast and seamless. To make […]
As a consumer, you’ve no doubt ordered something online by tapping into the e-commerce functionality of BigCommerce. The aptly named platform enables many big-name brands—Ben & Jerry’s, Crest, GE, Harley-Davidson, and tens of thousands of others
Who isn’t familiar with Michelin? Whether it’s their extensive product line of tires for nearly every vehicle imaginable (including space shuttles), or the world-renowned Michelin Guide that has determined the standard of excellence for fine dining for over 100 years, you’ve probably heard of them.
Check out how data streaming works and how it helps businesses act, not react, to what's happening in real time. Get the data streaming basics and explore how businesses are getting started.
This year, we crossed an important threshold: data streaming is now considered a business requirement for organizations across many industries. Findings from the 2023 Data Streaming Report show that 72% of the 2,250 IT leaders surveyed are using data streaming to power mission-critical systems.
Our business at Loggi has grown a lot over the past few years, and with that expansion came the realization that our systems had to be more distributed. We pushed our architecture to a new level so we could keep up with the company's growth by building new event-driven systems and real-time data
Data streaming capabilities are transforming everything, from allowing you to see when your ride will arrive to powering curbside pickups of groceries. The immediacy and personalization of those commercial experiences are fast becoming the expectations when using public services and healthcare, too.
Companies in nearly every industry are using Apache Kafka to harness their streaming data and deliver rich customer experiences and real-time business insights. In fact, Kafka has become so widely accepted as the de facto technology for data streaming, that it’s now used by over 70% of the Fortune
Winner of the Data Streaming Company of the Year award in 2022, NASA has already been recognized for its advanced use of Apache Kafka®. What the organization has already achieved with data streaming is impressive, but the agency’s unique internal structure
Real-time fraud prevention has become a critical capability in the financial services industry. That’s especially true for digital-native banks like EVO Banco, which can be particularly vulnerable to common methods of financial fraud.
Storyblocks is the world’s first stock media subscription service offering video, audio, and images. To support this fast-growing business, our Storyblocks platform produces millions of events every day, ranging from video metadata and encoding events to billing transaction events.
Capturing tech trends has become a bit tricky these days: whatever industry you’re in, uncertainty abounds. Planning has become harder, but businesses are finding new ways to innovate and respond quickly to fast-changing market conditions.
Spring has arrived in the northern hemisphere, and as we delight in the sight of flowers blossoming, trees budding, and greenery sprouting, we're reminded of the promise of brighter and warmer days ahead.
Over the last decade, financial services companies have doubled down on using real-time capabilities to differentiate themselves from the competition and become more efficient. This trend has had a huge impact on customer experience in banking especially, and home mortgage company Mr. Cooper