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February 17, 2010

SL enters into technology partnership with Hitachi

To provide real-time monitoring, visualisation and in-memory analytics of high-volume event stream data

By CBR Staff Writer

SL Japan, a subsidiary of SL Corp, a provider of real-time monitoring and visualisation software, has entered into a technology partnership with Hitachi, to provide real-time monitoring, visualisation and in-memory analytics of high-volume event stream data.

Hitachi has developed a custom data adapter to connect its uCosminexus stream data platform product directly to SL’s RTView builder and dashboard, enabling stream data platform users to gain real-time visibility into event stream data collected and analysed in high performance by stream data platform in memory.

According to SL, the combined offering provides users in industries such as financial services, manufacturing, distribution, and transportation a way to monitor, aggregate, analyse and present information through custom dashboards, enabling them to identify problems. The RTView can be made to connect directly to a CEP engine, aggregate the data in-memory, and present that information through custom dashboards in real-time.

The company said that the RTView’s point and click builder allows users to configure and customise content and thin client dashboard displays, alerts, filtering and aggregation, and persistence of streaming data without programming.

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In addition, using the RTView Historian, event stream data can be persisted and compressed to store in a database such as Hitachi’s HiRDB, enabling users to compare the continuously generated event stream data against the historical data in their custom RTView displays. It can be deployed as a compact Java applet, JSR-168 compliant portlet, Web 2.0 thin-client (AJAX, Flex), or Java application.

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