HarperDB’s Journey on Verizon 5G Edge: Collapsing the stack in a 5G world

  • Vertically scaling infrastructure for performance can become incredibly expensive
  • Performance will always be inferior when data is farther away
  • Ingress/egress costs for traffic between endpoints and database
  • Allowing applications to work and persist data locally is faster and more stable

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