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HarperDB in the Real World


By now you may be familiar with HarperDB and how we’re different from other databases out there, but you might be wondering how folks are currently using HarperDB in real-world applications. Or, if you already have a database of choice that’s working well, you may be wondering why you would take the plunge to try something new. Fair … Continued

HarperDB: More Than a Database


I recently had a very interesting conversation on our podcast with Ron Lewis, the Director of Innovation and Engineering at Lumen Technologies. Ron brought up the notion that HarperDB is more than just a database, and for certain users or projects, HarperDB is not serving as a database at all. How can this be possible? Database, Explained … Continued

Use Cases for a Low Latency Distributed Database


There are certain industries that greatly benefit from high-performing, low-latency, geo-distributed technologies, while other organizations might be more focused on vertically scaling architectures. This is dependent on numerous factors including the data pipeline, network, data structure, type of product or solution, short and long term goals, etc. While there are currently many databases and tools … Continued

Mobile Asset Management for Industrial Applications


 Though HarperDB is a database and not an application company, we often find ourselves building templates for partners to prove the value of edge and distributed computing. Our partners then leverage these templates to develop custom solutions to meet the specific needs of their clients. One of our most successful templates supports mobile asset management using edge … Continued

Lessons from Subsea Oil & Gas on Managing Data Pipelines


In the oil and gas industry, pipelines are an essential component of the business, essentially transporting product from its source to a destination, where it can be processed to meet client requirements.  As new product sources are found and exploited, they are integrated into existing pipelines for transport to their ultimate destinations.  In the subsea oil and gas market, this term … Continued