Satori rolls out platform services for streaming

Satori, an MZ company, has invited all developers to improve the way they build apps by leveraging the power of live data on Satori — for free, the company said.

Developers can build fast, powerful, and intelligent applications on Satori, using the platform´s unique features including:

Live Messaging
Provides internet-scale publish/subscribe infrastructure to process trillions of transactions. By supporting ultra-low, millisecond latency and a throughput of over 350 million messages per second, developers can build applications that were previously too hard or too expensive to create.

Live Discovery
Allows developers to view and filter streaming schema-less live data with no configuration or pre-indexing. Streamviews automatically filter the amount or type of data desired, dramatically increasing the responsiveness of applications.

Live Reactions
Developers can create automated live data streambots that provide instant reactions to streaming live data, bringing intelligence and decision-making to the data stream itself. It paves the way for applications to react to a multitude of sensors and data from various sources all at line speed.

Unlike “Big Data” which is typically archived or stored as it is collected, live data is new, streaming data that can be published, viewed, and reacted to instantly, as it happens. With Satori, immense amounts of live data streaming at extremely high velocity can be reacted to with ultra-low latency. This enables developers to create new types of applications that make decisions on the fly.

Satori is a division of MZ (formerly Machine Zone) and is the first and only free, live data platform for developers and data publishers. The Satori live data platform is a fully managed platform-as-a-service built for connecting, analyzing, and reacting to streaming live data with practical applications across IoT, Smart Cities, Network Monitoring, Fraud Detection, Connected Car, Logistics, Transportation, Fleet Management, Enterprise, and VR/AR use cases.