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Stijn Vandenbroucke
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Hi, I'm new here...

The reason why I'm here is that I'm looking for a storage tool for proces parameter trending. As we get a lot of information in very short time, we need to store a lot of information. The 'record' is quite easy: parameter reference - timestamp - value.

I'm wondering if InfiniDB is a good solution for this problem and if there are references where InfiniDB is used for simular problems...

Best regards,
Stijn.

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Robert Adams
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Hi Stijn,

Welcome to InfiniDB. We have several whitepapers that discuss the business applications for InfiniDB. You can check them out on our Calpont.com website.

http://www.calpont.com/resources/resource-library/category/1-white-papers

We are very good with loading large amounts of data using our cpimport tool!

Thanks for checking out InfiniDB.

Thank you,

Robert
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Where can I find the basic information like:
- is a classic sql connection available? from .NET?
- some integration examples
- ...

Stijn.

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Robert Dempsey
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InfiniDB uses a MySQL 5.1 server to handle connection management, authentication and authorization. Any application that uses ODBC, JDBC or the MySQL client protocol (e.g. PHP) should be able to connect to InfiniDB and run queries.