Expectations for mobile apps have gone up steadily since the iPhone was released. But the choice of databases built for mobile apps has remained limited mostly to SQLite. RealmDB was created as a new option for mobile developers on iOS, Android, or any other mobile platform.
Realm is not just a database. It is a database platform, offering a variety of systems such as authentication, sync, and an event framework. In this interview with RealmDB VP of engineering Brian Munkholm, he explains why we need not only a new mobile database type, but an entire database platform. We talk about the business of mobile, IoT, cloud, and cross platform. It’s a wide ranging conversation, but also deeply technical.
As applications become more distributed and sophisticated, managing and maintaining them becomes more challenging. Running one of the world’s largest PaaS platforms, Heroku understands the value of operations and the opportunity cost of developers time. Listen to our live podcast with Heroku engineering on February 28th to learn about Heroku’s metrics platform architecture and how it laid the foundation for autoscaling. We’ll talk about the importance of maintaining application health and best practices for monitoring application user experience.
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