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EVAM is a real-time Event Stream Processing (ESP) Platform having real-time data integration and streaming advanced analytics with Machine Learning/AI and Microservice enabled capabilities.

Artificial intelligence and machine learning are the most transformative technologies of our time, and SAS is more committed than ever to investing in its potential to move humanity forward.

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EVAM Event Stream Processing (ESP) Platform is ranked 22nd in Streaming Analytics while SAS Event Stream Processing is ranked 30th in Streaming Analytics. EVAM Event Stream Processing (ESP) Platform is rated 0.0, while SAS Event Stream Processing is rated 0.0. On the other hand, EVAM Event Stream Processing (ESP) Platform is most compared with , whereas SAS Event Stream Processing is most compared with .

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