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Top Eight Questions to Ask When Choosing a Data-Storage Strategy for Your IoT Solution
What should engineering directors or managers, when selecting a database, ask in order to ensure that all options have been considered?
Mar 28, 2018—
Internet of Things (IoT) solutions have a lot of moving parts that need to work together to make something useful. Each architectural choice impacts performance, from the end device hardware to the protocol used to transmit data to the back-end infrastructure like hosting and databases. Here, we'll look at the impact of choosing a database on an IoT solution, and some of the key questions that should be asked to help make the right choice.
Let's say you are the decision maker at your company who has the unenviable responsibility of coming up with the right database strategy for your IoT solution. Actually, finding answers is not that hard with all the information out there. What's difficult is asking the right questions. This article will focus on what questions an engineering director or manager should be asking in order to ensure that he or she has considered all options when selecting a database.
1. What type of database do you want?
2. What type of workloads do you have?
3. How scalable does your solution need to be?
4. How dependent should your application be on your database?
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