Striim integrates with Databricks and launches in new markets in Big Data London 2022

Striim integrates with Databricks and launches in new markets in Big Data London 2022 ...

Striim, a software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform for real-time data integration and streaming, has joined Databricks' technology partner program.

Under the contract, announced during the ongoing Big Data LDN (London) conference, the company will integrate its data streaming service with Databricks, enabling businesses to access real-time data and act on it from their lakehouse infrastructure.

“We select technology providers like Striim to enable our customers to accelerate their time-to-insights,” said Ariel Amster, Databricks' director of strategic technology partners. “We are excited to partner with Striim, providing our customers with a fully managed cloud service to seamlessly connect data from databases, applications, and disparate clouds to Databricks in real-time.”

Databricks' lakehouse combines the advantages of a data lake and a data warehouse and allows businesses to build AI and analytics applications on top of their datasets. Following the integration with Striim, which also announced its presence in the UK and EMEA regions, businesses will be able to leverage Databricks' AI/ML solutions to make better business predictions.

This will inevitably lead to improved and faster decision-making.

What can be done about Big Data London more effectively?

Pyramid Analytics, Starburst, and Immuta took the stage at the Big Data London conference.

Pyramid Analytics, well-known for its decision intelligence platform, has announced a partnership with Amplifi to expand its European systems integration network. Amplifi Europe will extend its service portfolio by including its decision intelligence platform in UK, Ireland, and Northern Europe.

Starburst announced enhanced data integration and sharing capabilities built on international datasets, and Immuta, a Boston-based company that recently raised $100 million, has called on businesses to expand their data access and security strategies by adopting advanced data systems that adhere to future post-Brexit data regulations.

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