World-Wide Streams is a distributed stream processing platform that offers easy onboarding of streams and devices, a rich transformation language to process streams and “serverless” deployment across central and edge clouds. The platform unifies the creation, deployment and execution of data and media processing pipelines.
The World-Wide Streams platform addresses emerging requirements for IoT stream processing. It offers
large-scale, geographically distributed, stream processing for data as well as for media streams.
A new breed of software platforms is required – platforms that provide open, scalable, efficient, and programmable support for streaming data and fast-changing user context. Such open and programmable access to live streams will disrupt the way we consume and share streaming data, much like the original World-Wide Web disrupted the way we consume and share predominantly stored data.
Data, audio, video, events, logs, … are all just streams to us.
Ingesting, processing, combining, and delivering large numbers of streams in real-time between geographically distributed sources and sinks.
Dynamic search to find the appropriate streams among a large, fast-changing set of ephemeral data sources.
Developers can create stream-mashup services that dynamically discover and combine relevant live streams in real-time.
The WWS infrastructure transparently spans across user devices, the edge cloud, and the central cloud. Author centrally, deploy distributed