Data processing today is based on a “Store then Analyze” architecture born in the big-data era. Cory and Brett sit down with SWIM.AI CTO Simon Crosby to hear about their recently launched DataFabric software is changing how organizations can stream, analyze and store data. Announced on September 18th, DataFabric software lets businesses interconnect all data-generating assets and provides real-time data classification, reduction, analysis and prediction. Simon talks about how this technology allows for an Analyze, Act and then Store architecture rather than the traditional Store then Analyze architectures that are most common. Simon also talks about SWIM.AI’s partnership with Microsoft Azure and its integration into the Azure suite of Data Analytics and AI tools.
Music from this episode is by Andrew Belle. Please go check him out…you’ll thank us!