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Community | 2 Mar, 2023Introducing Quix Streams, an open source library for telemetry data streaming
Lightweight, powerful, no JVM and no need for separate clusters of orchestrators. Here’s a look at our next-gen streaming library for C# and Python developers including feature summaries, code samples, and a sneak peek into our roadmap.
Tutorial | 8 Feb, 2023Build a simple event-driven system to get ML predictions with Python and Apache Kafka
Use the Quix Streams Python library to continuously stream email records from a CSV file, get an ML inference for each record, then stream the results back to a new Kafka topic.
Community | 31 Oct, 2022The Stream — October 2022 edition
The October 2022 edition of The Stream: covering this month in stream processing on the internet.
Strategy | 27 Oct, 2022Get more from IIoT with streaming data integrations
As the internet of things evolves, so does its application in industrial settings. Find out how to take Industrial IoT from a helpful tool to transformative technology with streaming data integrations.
Use case | 18 Oct, 2022Optimizing manufacturing efficiency with streaming data and ML
How CloudNC makes better predictions for maintenance, generates insights with very low latency, and transforms its factory operations with streaming data.
Strategy | 11 Oct, 2022Why IoT projects fail — and what you can do differently to succeed
If your last IoT project wasn’t wholly successful or you’d like to progress along the learning curve faster, we’ve got you covered.
Community | 29 Sep, 2022The Stream — September 2022 edition
The September 2022 edition of The Stream: covering this month in stream processing on the internet.
Community | 27 Sep, 2022What is the modern data stack? Microservices, message brokers and real-time capabilities
We’ve got your introduction to the modern data stack and why you might want to invest in one.
Strategy | 30 Aug, 2022Stream processing at the edge makes “real-time” even faster
It turns out that “real time” is a bit of a misnomer — there’s always some lag between an event and its processing — even if it’s only a few milliseconds. But we can help decrease even that item.
Community | 25 Aug, 2022The Stream — August 2022 edition
The August 2022 edition of The Stream: covering this month in stream processing on the internet.
Explainer | 23 Aug, 2022Why industrial IoT is essential and how to implement it
The internet of things has expanded from small personal devices to warehouses and factories. This post will look at how IIoT impacts various industries and how to start or accelerate your transformation.