What is Edge Computing?

Today, over 90 percent of enterprise data is sent to the cloud. In the next years, this number will drop to just 25 percent according to Gartner. The rest of the data is not going anywhere. It is being stored and used locally, on the device it was created on - e.g....

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ObjectBox Go 1.1

The 1.1 release of ObjectBox for Go is now available, bringing new features such as Box insert() and update() semantics, a new AsyncBox with all write operations (put, insert, update, delete), improved Queries with order and aliases; as well as some fixes and quality...

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ObjectBox Java 2.4

Update: newer versions were released; check the changelog for details.  The 2.4.0 update of ObjectBox for Java (and Kotlin) is here. We encourage everyone to update to this release, as it includes quite a few quality of life improvements and resolves many of the...

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What are Time Series Database Use Cases?

Time-series databases are optimized to scale well for time-series data and more and more people are adopting them for various use cases

ObjectBox Swift 1.4 – In Relation to…

ObjectBox for Swift 1.4 makes object relations...

Edge Database Comparison: SQLite and SQLite alternatives

Note: This is an updated version of an earlier...

What Drives Edge Computing?

What drives edge computing? New use cases and the need to make use of the ever growing data masses in a sustainable and economic way.