We are a vibrant community that have expertise and careers focused on collecting, maintaining, and using time-series data. This is data that typically is stored in a data historian.
At Timelords Community, we believe that we are participating in a very significant and emerging industry – operational time-series data. What has been missing up until now is a place to freely exchange experiences and ideas. Even though data historians have been around for a few decades now, times are different. For example, time-series data is quite literally the food for AI (machine learning for us realist). How exciting is that?
By helping each other, staying connected, and exchanging ideas, we are stronger and more capable than flying solo.
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Interviews with those doing the hard, real, work of bringing value to organizations with operational time-series data. We talk about the challenges, successes, and even failures to learn what works and what does not work.
I have an amazing conversation with Robert Catron, Manager of Global Data Science at Freeport-McMoRan. We talk about his 10-year journey starting with a successful
Rob Raesemann, owner of Raesemann Enterprise, talks about his recent experiences with the changing landscape of industrial data solutions. As we move from monolithic platforms
Apache Kafka is an open-source distributed event streaming platform originally created by LinkedIn. It has gained significant adoption in the IoT space, with notable companies,