What is Satori?

Satori is a fully managed platform as a service for live data processing at ultra-low latency. Developers can use Satori to power streaming live data for Internet-scale applications without having to design and deploy their own servers. Learn more about Satori here.

Use our SDKs or APIs and Live Messaging service to publish streaming live data from your app, and/or subscribe to streaming feeds from our library of open data channels. Transform, filter and aggregate the data using streamviews with Live Discovery. You can use Streambots™ to integrate custom logic directly into data streams with Live Reactions.

What could I use Satori for?

Use Satori for any use case that requires ingesting, processing, and reacting to streaming live data as it’s generated. There is an endless number of live data apps that can be powered by Satori including smart cities, connected cars, augmented reality (AR), IoT, gaming, fraud detection, real time marketing dashboards, and healthcare device monitoring, just to name a few. Check out our app samples that use Satori.

What is Live Data?

Live Data is streaming data that is constantly being generated, that is able to be acted upon, and reacted to. With Satori, that happens with enormous amounts of data, at extremely high velocities, and ultra low latency. Satori is unique in that our system was built to react to live data as it happens.

What do I get by signing up for Satori?

You get the following for free by signing up for Satori:

  • Unlimited projects, subscriptions, connections, views and Streambots™

  • 100M active connections per project (total of 500M endpoints)

  • 64MB of storage/channel every 24hrs

We monitor usage on the back end to make sure that we can appropriately support all our users’ programs and apps. If you receive a notification alerting you that your account has exceeded a threshold, simply contact us so we can accommodate your unique needs.

What does Satori cost?

Satori is free to use. Any registered Satori account has immediate access to Satori’s features and APIs which can be used for test and production. As we deliver additional capabilities, we may offer additional features at competitive prices.

Where can I find Satori Terms of Service?

Please see Satori terms of service on our website.

What SDKs are supported by Satori?

Satori supports SDKs for a variety of languages including JavaScript, Java, Python, C, C#, Ruby, PHP, and Go. For more information, check out our SDK overview docs.

What is the difference between Open Data channels and Project channels?

Open data channels are live open data feeds that are published on Satori’s Live Open Data Portal and free for anyone to access, analyze, reuse, and re-distribute. Project channels are live data feeds that require private connection credentials from the project owner to publish and subscribe to the data. Check out an overview to Satori publish and subscribe for more information.

How can I get started with Satori?

It’s really easy to get going with Satori:

  1. Sign up for a free account at www.satori.com.

  2. Take a look at the new to Satori section of our docs.

  3. Check out examples of using Satori via our app samples.

  4. Download an SDK and get up and running.

Contact us if you need any help.

How do I get in touch with Satori for technical questions?
  • Take a look at the documentation section of our website.

  • Review questions and answers from our Satori community.

  • Contact us if you still need additional help.

What data types does Satori support?

Each Satori message is a JSON object that can contain strings, numbers, arrays, other objects thus supporting structured, semi-structured and unstructured data. Please see http://www.json.org/ for more information.

Do I own the data I publish through Satori?

You own the data published through your project channels on Satori subject to Satori’s terms of service.

Can I store data from Satori as I normally do in a database?

As a Live Data platform, we focus on the most recent data. As such, we store the last 24 hours worth of data for you.