Don't miss this WebSocket Deep Dive, our last event of 2020!
Join HarperDB & Casne Engineering for this WebSocket deep dive and code review!
WebSockets: The Modern Client/Server Web Technology
Casne Engineering and HarperDB are joining forces to provide a rundown on all things WebSockets. WebSocket is a computer communications protocol, providing full-duplex communication channels over a single TCP connection. WebSockets enable messages to be distributed instantly with little overhead, providing a highly efficient and very low latency connection. In this event, we will review aspects such as the WebSocket interface, delete function, high resolution, and visualization features. Casne Systems Engineer, Carl Argabright, will also explain a case study using WebSocket as the fastest method for collecting high resolution data for analytics.
- When: December 8th @ 6:00PM MT
- Where: Virtual, join from anywhere (no cost)!
- Introductions: Casne Engineering & HarperDB
- WebSockets Deep Dive & Code Review
- Q&A w/ Casne, HarperDB, & Audience
This event is for developers, engineers, and technology leaders of any skill level. Don't forget to bring your questions for the Q&A! (We will send the event recording to all RSVP's)
Casne Engineering, Inc. is a global consulting engineering and technology integration services firm focusing on a range of industries, such as Power & Utilities, Oil & Gas, Chemicals, Pulp & Paper, Transportation and Critical Infrastructure & Facilities.
WebSocket is an important advancement in the scalability of the real-time web. The WebSocket protocol facilitates messages passing between a client and server, here's one overview on how it works. The protocol "enables interaction between a web browser (or other client application) and a web server with lower overhead than half-duplex alternatives such as HTTP polling, facilitating real-time data transfer from and to the server." It has proven to be one of the fastest methods for collecting high resolution / high speed data for analytics and other purposes. Before you go, check out this tutorial using WebSockets, HarperDB, and Node.js for blazing fast data update access, by @ethanarrowood.
Looking forward to this interactive event, be there or be square!