Big Data London 2022: Strim integrates with Databriks, launches into new markets
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California-based Strim, which offers a software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform for real-time data integration and streaming, has joined the Databricks Technology Partner Program.
Under the participation, announced at the ongoing Big Data LDN (London) conference, the company will integrate its data flow offerings with Databriks, enabling companies to access and act upon real-time data from their lake building infrastructure.
“We intentionally partner with technology providers like Strim to enable our customers to speed up their time to access insights…,” said Ariel Amster, Director of Strategic Technology Partners at Databricks. “We are excited to partner with Strim, to provide our customers with access to a fully managed cloud service to seamlessly connect data from disparate databases, applications, and clouds to real-time Databriks.”
Built on open source technology, Databriks’ Lakehouse combines the benefits of a data lake and data warehouse and provides organizations with the ability to build AI and analytics applications on top of their datasets. Following the integration with Strim, which has also announced entry into the UK, EMEA, and EMEA regions, companies will be able to use Databriks AI/ML solutions to build models that leverage real-time data and provide more accurate business forecasts.
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What’s more in Big Data London?
In addition to Strim, the Big Data London conference also featured data and analytics players such as Pyramid Analytics, Starburst and Immuta.
Pyramid Analytics, known for its decision intelligence platform, has announced a partnership with Amplifi to expand the European Systems Integration Channel. The company said Amplifi Europe will expand its suite of services by integrating its decision intelligence platform into UK, Ireland and Northern European practices.
Meanwhile, Starburst has announced enhanced functionality for building and sharing data products built on global data sets, and Boston-based Immuta — which recently raised $100 million — is calling on companies to expand their compliant data access and security strategies by adopting more advanced data systems that adhere to to come. UK data regulations after Brexit.
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