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Company: WellAware
Industry: Utilities
Functional Use Case: Internet of Things/ Sensor Data

This use case is based on an article originally published here.

WellAware is a technology company that provides end-to-end IoT (Internet of Things) solutions for the oil and gas industry. They use Cassandra as their primary database for storing and processing large amounts of time-series data generated from sensors and devices in the field.

Cassandra is a distributed NoSQL database that is optimized for high write throughput and low latency, making it an ideal choice for handling massive amounts of data in real-time. WellAware uses Cassandra to store and analyze data from thousands of sensors and devices, enabling them to make data-driven decisions and optimize their operations.

By using Cassandra, WellAware is able to handle the velocity, volume, and variety of data generated by their IoT devices, while also ensuring high availability and fault tolerance. Cassandra’s distributed architecture allows WellAware to scale their database horizontally as their data grows, ensuring that their system can handle increasing amounts of data without sacrificing performance or reliability.

Stack Includes: Go, Apache Cassandra

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