Releasing SiriDB as open source

Monday, 30 January 2017

The world around data is growing. Fast. All the data within organizations contains valuable information when collected correctly. How can you use this data to improve your organization’s efficiency? SiriDB creates insights in your data based on time series / tick data.

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Migrating a TSDB from Python to native C

Tuesday, 13 December 2016

With the upcoming release of our time series database as an open source database we’d like to reveal a bit more about the process. SiriDB is a time series database that has been in private development for two years now, mainly used for our own IT infrastructure monitoring system. In these two years we perfected the database to be capable of massive datasets, blazing fast and never offline. How did we do this?

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How to build auto completion with your own language?

Wednesday, 18 May 2016

SiriDB is a scalable time series database with an integrated 'help' and an own language. How do you ensure that this language is understandable? Which language parser should you program? Can you build auto completion in order to quickly pass queries? Transceptor Technology found a way.

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How to integrate documentation in software?

Thursday, 28 April 2016

SiriDB is a scalable time series database with unprecedented opportunities and performance. Documentation from the past is unthinkable with SiriDB. Why take a step back and retrieve the manual online or share it via intranet? Isn’t it more logical to find a way to integrate this into the software itself? Transceptor Technology has developed a special "help" for SiriDB. In this blog, we share developments and our approach.

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