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Read the HarperDB teams’ thoughts on database technology topics such as SQL, NOSQL, Edge Computing, IoT, Industry 4.0, and more

Manage High Resolution IIoT Data from Rotating Machines

September 10, 2019
 
One of the consistent themes that has surfaced when working with industrial clients is their reliance on high performance rotating machinery. Whether it s steam turbines delivering electrical power or compressors in mid stream gas fields, these machines are the foundation for most heavy industries. If you consider the combustion engine as a rotating machine as well , we are surrounded by equipment that has been engineered to spin large amounts of metal at significant frequencies for long periods of time. After spending some time with clients managing these machines, I am awed by the level of engineering required in these mechanical marvels of technology. I am also not surprised by the level of monitoring and maintenance required to keep these machines in action.
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Building an Edge Database for IoT with Linux File System

August 28, 2019
 
Hello world!  My name is Sam and I am the newest member of the HarperDB Engineering Team. 
 
While I may be relatively new, I have been following the company since they launched last year (I’ve known Stephen since college) and jumped at the opportunity to join this awesome team.  I was and still am excited by the opportunity to help develop a database solution that is fully-indexed with no data duplication while also supporting full SQL and NoSQL within a single model.  In Node.js, no less!
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Advancing Beyond Store and Forward

August 20, 2019
As the Internet of Things matures we continue to see design patterns come and go, with some evolving and some disappearing. The time has come- S tore and F orward needs to go. This paradigm served as an initial step in shifting to the edge, but it should not survive. In this blog I’ll introduce the concepts of S tore and F orward along with an explanation of its inferior ity to other, more modern edge computing paradigms. 
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