Open source HarperDB database solution studio launched
|Richard Harris in IoT Wednesday, May 16, 2018|
HarperDB announces new open source solution called HarperDB Studio at IoT World to give user's the ability access their database analytics data.
Gaining actionable insights into real-time data is becoming increasingly complicated for developers and end users alike. HarperDB Studio says it provides an easy-to-use interface for both data scientists and administrative users to access actionable insights for faster, better decision-making.
“With the release of the HarperDB studio, we are providing tools that the industry expects while at the same time taking it a step further and including analytical capabilities to shorten the data value chain and provide accessible, real-time actionability on big data for IoT and HTAP use cases,” said HarperDB CEO Stephen Goldberg.
Key features include:
- Search & Graphing Capability: Quickly turn SQL or filter searches into live graphs and charts which can be shared with business end users through web links.
- Schema Management: Visualize the Dynamic HarperDB schema, manage schemas, tables, and attributes. Developers, DBAs, and Data Scientists can make sense out of unstructured data in real-time gaining clear insight into their data value chain.
- Security Management: Manage users, roles, and access. Control field level security.
- Advanced Log Management: Gain access to HarperDB logs for easy management and searching capability without code.
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