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How Do I Migrate SAS® Event Stream Processing Workloads to Microsoft Azure?

On-Demand • Cost: Complimentary

About the webinar

SAS Event Stream Processing continuously assesses streaming data, from near origination to the cloud.

It transforms and analyzes in real time, helping you understand what actions to take, what alerts to issue and what portions of your data to retain for deeper investigation.

Streaming data insights are immediately understood and connected to the correct action.

Watch this webinar to learn more.

You will learn:

  • How to use SAS Event Stream Processing on the Azure platform.
  • Optimal methods for streaming analytics on the Azure platform.
  • How to benefit from moving streaming analytic workloads to Azure.

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About the Experts


Steve Sparano
Principal Product Manager, SAS

Sparano has worked in product management, consulting and development in the software industry. He specializes in event stream processing, decision management, business rules, analytics, business process management, enterprise software, enterprise architecture, pragmatic marketing and agile methodologies.


Steven Allan
Senior Product Manager, SAS

Allan’s experience lies in the computer software industry. He specializes in requirements analysis, enterprise software and agile methodologies.

Allan is the manager for SAS Event Stream Processing Studio and SAS Event Stream Manager. He delivers biannual software releases using agile development. He produces and maintains product road maps, conducts product demonstrations and hosts focus groups.

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