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The ROI of Moving the Cloud to the Edge


Many of our blogs have focused on unleashing the power of the edge by shifting decision making from the cloud to the field.  They have focused on what is possible, what is coming in the future, and how this can help businesses make faster and smarter decisions.    While there are some incredibly exciting innovations happening in these areas that are … Continued

Three Industries that Benefit from Edge Decision Making


 The fourth industrial revolution is upon us, commonly referred to as Industry 4.0. The third industrial revolution was the transformation from analog to digital, all the way up to utilizing the Internet and the beginning of cloud computing. The next generation yielded the hybrid approach of edge and cloud computing with everything in between. Most organizations have … Continued

Excel on the Edge


Recently at HarperDB, we have been performing some proof of concept projects which demonstrate the ability to consume, process and distribute sensor data directly on the edge and in many cases directly on these actual devices.  Some of the projects are with clients while there are others that we undertake ourselves for R&D.  In the past … Continued

The Intelligent Edge, Make Your Data Smarter


 Organizations around the world are investing enormous amounts of resources in pushing computing to edge devices.   There are use cases across most industries like self driving cars, smart grids, healthcare, and many more.   These solutions are beginning to take on similar architectural patterns as they evolve from concept to reality.    Most architectures … Continued

The Pendulum Swing to the Edge


 It’s funny how the pendulum swings in the technology world.  First we started with mainframes, then moved to personal computers, now we’re back to the cloud.  Remote, local, remote. Right now we’re on the forefront of the pendulum swinging back again, this time to edge computing.  Today’s blog post is all about possibilities.  The what if?  What if we … Continued

HarperDB, Living on the Edge!


Anyone who has read William Gibson, Neil Stephenson, or Neal Asher has known for a long time that edge computing was coming. People have been playing around with concepts like Beowulf clusters since the 90s. That said, technology is finally at a point where advances and uses of edge computing are beginning to overtake massive server environments. At HarperDB, we … Continued