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We are collecting data in with our sensors + data-logger and the time series is stored in an online database owned by the company where we purchased the sensors from. We are looking for a solution where we can push the data to our own database, carry out some functions to the data series before pushing these to the Organicity Platform. Does anyone have any good recommendations for good cloud-databases that they could share?
asked Dec 13, 2017 by kg8636 (120 points)

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Hello,

I'm afraid we cannot help you on that.

Anyway, you can use directly Organicity to store the data, both data series and derived data (the data you obtain after carrying out "some functions to the data series").

Maybe I'm missing some issue that prevents you from doing it directly in Organicity.

Best,

Luis / Organicity Team
answered Dec 14, 2017 by ldiez (1,410 points)
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