Python. New NAS Experience. New IOT PlatForm. Building MongoDB Into Your Internet of Things: A Tutorial. With the Internet of Things (IoT) poised to start pouring data into your organization, we thought it would be a good time to show you how you can bring that data into MongoDB so you can start analyzing it.
And we’ll show you how you can put this together yourself. For this, we are going to start with a single thing in our Internet of Things – a temperature sensor running on an Arduino micro-controller board. Don’t worry if you haven’t got one though, as we’ll show you how to simulate one in software later on.
Maison Bois. Security. Portecle: Home. Hardware Managment. Virtualization. HTML5 WebSocket Security is Strong. This is a two-part blog post that discusses HTML5 WebSocket and security.
In this, the first post, I will talk about the security benefits that come from being HTTP-compatible and the WebSocket standard itself. In the second post, Kaazing WebSocket Gateway Security is Strong, I highlight some of the extra security capabilities that Kaazing WebSocket Gateway offers, things that real-world WebSocket applications will want to be fully secure. A WebSocket connection starts its life as an HTTP handshake, which then upgrades in-place to speak the WebSocket wire protocol. As such, many existing HTTP security mechanisms also apply to a WebSocket connection—one of the reasons why the WebSocket standard deliberately chose the strategy of being HTTP compatible.
(The other big reason was so that WebSocket could work over the standard ports 80 and 443, thus not requiring enterprises to open additional ports in their firewalls.) Unified HTTP and WebSocket Security Native WebSocket Security Summary.
Guys to follow. Sensors. Nice projects. Databases and Clusters. BigData. Tools. Platform. Remote things. Transport. API. Cloud. Postgres full-text search is Good Enough! When you have to build a web application, you are often asked to add search.
The magnifying glass is something that we now add to wireframes without even knowing what we are going to search. Search has became an important feature and we've seen a big increase in the popularity of tools like elasticsearch and SOLR which are both based on lucene. They are great tools but before going down the road of Weapons of Mass Destruction Search, maybe what you need is something a bit lighter which is simply good enough! What do you I mean by 'good enough'? I mean a search engine with the following features: StemmingRanking / BoostSupport Multiple languagesFuzzy search for mispelling Accent support Luckily PostgreSQL supports all these features.
This post is aimed at people who : use PostgreSQL and don't want to install an extra dependency for their search engine.use an alternative database (eg: MySQL) and have the need for better full-text search features. What is Full-Text Search. Build our document.