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Optimising MariaDB for Big Data

MariaDB is used at the core of ERP5 and Wendelin. Thanks to NEO distributed object store, MariaDB can store hundred terabyte of big data information such as wind turbine vibration, noise, server logs, etc. We explain in this blog how we currently optimise MariaDB to obtain good results and what remains to be done at the core of MariaDB to reach even further scalability.
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High Peformance Multi-core Python at Nexedi

Nexedi has been able to use python language in a multi-core high performance fashion for over 10 years. We explain how in this blog and provide a simple set of rules to quickly remember how and why python is suitable for concurrent programming. We also explain our decision to use golang in rare cases where python is not suitable.
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WebAssembly as target for linux kernel : a dream that may soon come true

The Web world is converging to have full high performance computing runtime available right in the browser. WebAssembly development will soon bring to JavaScript world the necessary primitives we need to make a proper Linux in browser port.
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Announcing the SlapOS Yocto Project

SlapOS will be ported to Yocto in order to extend it applicability to industrial embedded systems and applications with high security constraints.
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Nexedi recommends Free Software for Reporting

Jedox PALO and Jupyter are two Free Software worth considering to support enterprise applications with reporting and visualisation. Both solutions have demonstrated their efficiency in relation with large ERP5 deployments.
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Nexedi recommends Free Software for Database

MariaDB, PostgreSQL and Cubrid are three Free Database software worth considering to build new generation enterprise applications or replace legacy proprierary database software. MariaDB has demonstrated its scalability on large ERP5 deployments.
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Flocks of Drones with SlapOS

SlapOS hyperconverged OS is an ideal solution to deploy orchestrated services that interconnect flocks of drones with data collection points and backend services for image processing.
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5G Edge Computing VRAN with SlapOS and Amarisoft

Deploying an LTE network with 5G caracteristics is a matter of a few hours and few thousand euros thanks to Amarisoft and SlapOS. It supports features that none of the big 4 (Huawei, Nokia, Ericsson, ZTE) currently support. This leads to disruptive business models for Telecom industry.
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OfficeJS App Developer Contest

The landing page of OfficeJS App Developer Contest.
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Earth Observation AppStore

A presentation of the Big Data AppStore in the context of digital transformation strategy of multinational companies specialising in Earth Observation.
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Mynij IT: Gandi, Online, SlapOS and ERP5, that's all!

A step by step guide that demonstrates how a small company can autonomously run its own IT infrastructure with SlapOS and ERP5 at virtually no cost and with little effort, and implement the latest cloud approach: edge cloud.
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SlapOS is moving to Buildout 2

This blog post provides information on how to upgrade your Webrunner with the upcoming move to Buildout 2 on December 9th. These steps are required to not break your instances.
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Why we are suing Apple for better HTML5 support in iOS?

Nexedi is willing to help improving HTML5 support in the iOS platform. To achieve this we are launching a lawsuit against Apple so that developers of Web browsers with better HTML5 support than Apple's Webkit can publish their applications on Apple Appstore.
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Technology Showcase: Leveraging MariaDB in NEOs Distributed Storage Architecture

This blog post showcases NEO, a distributed, redundant and transactional storage designed to be an alternative to ZEO and FileStorage and how MariaDB is leveraged within the NEO system architecture.
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Aviation Smart Seats: The comfort airlines could get from analyzing in-flight seat data

This article describes possible applications of equipping airplane seats with smart sensors. It suggests Wendelin as possible architecture for so-called "smart seats" along with recommending hardware options. The implementation of a complete smart seat system with common APIs for airlines to plug into their CRM can be achieved in a matter of weeks.
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Have AI. Need Data: How Big Data App Stores close the Data Divide between Startups and Industry

A Big Data App Store allows a startup company to run its data analysis and A.I. software against data sets of large corporations with revenues being shared between both. It offers an opportunity for industry and startups to compete with GAFA (Google Apple Facebook Amazon) or BAT (Baidu Alibaba Tencent) by closing the Data Divide resulting from compliance or strategic mismatch and can be implemented in three months by a small team using Wendelin technology.
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Nexedi at Coderbunker Shanghai: Prospering with 100% Free Software

Next week Jean-Paul will present Nexedi and our free software solutions at Coderbunker in Shanghai. The topic of the techtalk will be to introduce the tools used daily by Nexedians and how it is possible to run a succesfull business with free/open-source software.
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Olimex made it: the open source laptop

Olimex presented the first open source laptop in Plovdiv, Bulgaria. Nexedi expects to port NayuOS to this new platform as soon as it is released.
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Wendelin: early prototype of a Pandas-based Inventory API

The Inventory API is one of the areas of ERP5 that demands the most processing power to do calculations over all the client's stock movements. We created a Wendelin prototype to see if we could expand the capacities of the Inventory API using Pandas.
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RenderJS: Serverless WebRTC database using Chrome Http WebSocket Server

One of our projects required to come up with a web-based solution that enabled clients to access their local database without proper internet access. The solution we came up with was to use WebRTC brokered over a WebSocket Chrome Extension running on the master node. Using this approach, clients could request WebRTC connections via WebSockets (serverless) and then interact with the database over WebRTC - probably creating the first WebRTC database along the way.
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