Today, Wi-Fi is everywhere, and the need to provide good Wi-Fi is an essential part of doing business. But “good Wi-Fi” is not just about coverage or converting your APs to 802.11ac or 802.11ax. Good Wi-Fi means that your user experience is seamless. Most of the wireless networks today are designed to support only data applications and not real-time applications. In recent years, more and more companies are deploying real-time applications, and enterprise-quality is expected.
There are a variety of useful applications for real-time data, including quick identification of general patterns and trends in data, performing sentiment analysis, crafting responses in real-time, and—perhaps one of the most important uses—when having analysis immediately will change the outcome of the situation. This Learning Path provides an in-depth tour of technologies used in processing and analyzing real-time data.