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That’s a Wrap – HarperDB 2020


Though this year has been quite different for everyone, the team at HarperDB has made great strides from both a product and organization standpoint. Before 2021 arrives, we wanted to take a moment to summarize what we’ve accomplished this year, how we overcame challenges, and what we look forward to next year. HarperDB has an … Continued

Containers Explained (By a Non-Developer)


Happy Holidays! I wanted to squeeze in one more explained blog before the end of the year and I picked a doozy to finish out 2020. Let’s take a look at the mysterious, the elusive, yet amazing THING that is containers (yup, calling it a thing). When I thought about containers before I did my … Continued

HarperDB Containerization Journey


How I Single-Handedly Containered HarperDB HarperDB is a simple database that is adequately configured, works as a distributed database verging towards serverless, and is significant for micro-service-oriented architecture. It enables developers to think responsibly about the data they are collecting. Companies can begin to isolate the important data from the noise, and store only the … Continued

Docker’s Domination


Apparently I’ve been living under a rock for the last 5 years, because I’d never heard of Docker until Zach started talking to me about his new HarperDB Docker container. I guess it’s because I’m not normally involved with DevOps. Regardless, my eyes have been opened to a whole new world of containerization and I … Continued