StreamBase, the leading provider of high-performance Complex Event Processing (CEP) software, today announced that Linden Lab, the developer of the 3D virtual world Second Life, has selected its Event Processing Platform to rapidly build real-time systems that can analyze and act on the massive volume of real-time streaming data generated throughout the Second Life Grid.
“We’ve invested in StreamBase to help our operations team support the increasing infrastructure demands of Second Life,” said Marius Moscovici, Director of Data Warehousing. “We are excited about working with StreamBase to build these new capabilities as well as to improve our data warehousing extraction, transformation and load processing times. “
Linden Lab is the inventor of an extraordinary new form of shared 3D experience. Through “Second Life,” the company offers a collaborative, immersive, and open-ended environment, where together people create and inhabit a virtual world of their own design. Today, Second Life has a rapidly growing population of Residents from all over the world, who are starting businesses, and buying virtual land to create whatever they desire.
“We’re very proud to welcome Linden Lab, the creators of an innovative platform for creativity and development, as a StreamBase customer,” said John Partridge, Vice President of Industry Solutions at StreamBase Systems. “More and more developers are embracing Complex Event Processing as a viable and core component of their MMOs and virtual worlds. Linden Lab is truly an industry thought leader who will continue to drive and influence the future of 3D virtual worlds, and we look forward to helping them further broaden their success and exponential growth.“