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Strict Schema Enforcement vs. Schemaless vs. Dynamic Schema


The debate over whether to use a schema or not has passionate support on both sides. One side appreciates data integrity constraints and predictability, while the other prefers more flexibility (or “agility”) and time effectiveness. The ultimate answer as to which is “better” most likely depends on the specific project, data used, and associated skill … Continued

Dynamic Schema: The HarperDB Way


How can you possibly have a dynamic schema? Isn’t the purpose of a schema to provide structure to your data? Well, yes, schemas exist to contain objects and define structure. But what happens if I know my data will continue to evolve, as it tends to do? Should you have to constantly rely on developers … Continued

Blockchain, IoT, and HarperDB


At HarperDB our Chief Product Officer Zach spends a lot of his time going to different meet-ups, talking to folks, and investigating different areas of technology in order to plan what the HarperDB future might look like.  We, like everyone else in the world, are very excited about how blockchain technology is going to transform a host of … Continued