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Most streaming data technologies require a mindset from developers distinct from that of working with conventional, relational databases. But now, Deephaven Data Labs, a time series database-focused startup, has released Deephaven Community Core, a free, source-available version of its enterprise product to address this challenge.

We say this not based on the contents of a press release, but based on a detailed demo of the technology and a look at the code used in the demo.

In this model, as new data comes in, in the background, Deephaven identifies it as something to be modified and keeps sophisticated maps of updates.

Deephaven Community offers a module called Learn that takes the power of Deephaven and integrates it with the likes of PyTorch and TensorFlow, so that users can use Deephaven and those libraries together.

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