IBM® Db2 Event Store is an in-memory database designed for massive structured data volumes and real-time analytics built on Apache SPARK and Apache Parquet Data Format. This high-speed event store can capture, analyze and store more than 250 billion events per day. Db2 Event Store is optimized for event-driven data processing and analysis, such as IoT solutions, payments, logistics and web commerce. It is flexible, scalable and can adapt quickly to your changing business needs.
Introducing IBM Db2 Event Store
7 minute demo
Get started with IBM Db2 Event Store by installing the free Developer Edition. This video will give you a brief overview of the capabilities of Db2 Event Store and then take you through the steps to get it up and running in your environment.
IBM Db2 Event Store: High Speed Ingest with Immediate Insights
6 minute demo
Watch Db2 Event Store in action in this video. A brief introduction to the benefits of Db2 Event Store is followed by an overview of the monitoring functions included in the product and the integration of Db2 Event store with DSX. Includes an example of using advanced statistical analysis against live data within a Jupyter notebook.
Db2 Event Store and Jupyter Notebook Integration
8 minute demo
Jupyter Notebooks provide an easy way to prototype and test code for a variety of languages. This video will explore the use of Jupyter notebooks with Db2 Event Store and compare the process of running SQL queries against Db2 Event Store versus standard Db2.
Product Tour of IBM Db2 Event Store
Want to see for yourself? Take a short test drive of IBM Db2 Event Store to introduce you to the product. You'll be able to:
- Create simple program using Python
- See a preinstalled application as template for your own projects
- Create a table, ingest data and execute a query
5-15 minutes introduction
Hands-on Lab for IBM Db2 Event Store
Ready to explore more? The following tutorials will give you a deeper dive into the capabilities of IBM Db2 Event Store.
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