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Is StackStorm the solution to my problem? ~200 records/sec, filters to then alert my users on matches

Hi everyone! I’m not a programmer here, but am exploring whether StackStorm would make sense for our problem. Appreciate any advice. We have a database with about 60 million records, 15 tables, and ~200 new records are added per minute. Very transactional. New items come in and we have different filters we want to track for our users, and if a match occurs, we want to get that info to the individual user ASAP. We are exploring whether StackStorm makes sense for us to use for this and how to implement this-- should we have a AWS EC2 server specific to just StackStorm? (Or if anyone has another solution idea, I’m all ears) Thanks!