Category Archives: infrastructure

DJUGL talk: Scaling search to a million pages with Solr, Python and Django

Thanks to everyone who came along last night to DJUGL, to see me (and Nicholas Tollervey, and Mat Clayton) speak. My topic for the night was “Scaling search to a million pages, with Solr, Python and Django”. I’ve put the … Continue reading

Posted in infrastructure, search | Leave a comment the route to one million time-series

Over the last few months we’ve been working hard on building the range of statistics we cover here at Timetric. The other day we surpassed the one-million-series mark. We thought you might want to know how we’ve done it, especially … Continue reading

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API tokens for Timetric

With the newest release of our API, we’ve launched a feature to make life easier for developers — API tokens. From the beginning, we’ve been focussed as much on the developer experience as the user experience, and so our API has been the … Continue reading

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Inkling Software at CloudCamb

Belatedly, I’ll introduce myself as the third member of the Inkling Software team – I’m Toby White; and I’m responsible for most of the back-end infrastructure on which Timetric runs. We’ve drunk heavily from the cloud-computing Kool-Aid – our platform runs … Continue reading

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