As always, we're hard at work behind the scenes, making improvements to enhance your experience with Turbit. Today, we're excited to share some of the changes we've implemented recently and why they are essential for you.
Event Notifications During Partial Downtime
Traditionally, Events with downtime weren't sent out to our customers, as their second level scada software often keeps them informed about such occurrences. Nevertheless, we've recognized that long events with a relatively low percentage of downtime may still convey valuable information as you can see in the example below.
Therefore, we've upgraded our notification service to include long events with minimal downtime percentages, ensuring that you receive notifications when our algorithms determine them to be relevant.
Rate Limiting for Our API
One of our top priorities has been developing a new API using FastApi. Now, we've implemented rate limiting to regulate the number of API requests made by users. This helps prevent overloading and ensures a smooth and consistent performance for everyone. With rate limiting in place, you can expect faster response times and better overall performance.
Check out the API Documentation and let us know if you need an access token.
Data Lake for Raw Data Storage
Data is at the heart of what we do, and we recognize its value in its raw form. We've created a dedicated Data Lake to store raw data in addition to transformed data. This strategic move unlocks a wealth of possibilities – not only can we derive value from the refined data, but we also gain the ability to extract additional insights from the raw data. Plus, if data mappings change, updating them becomes a seamless process.
Moreover, as we plan to expand our coverage to include various failure types, this step proves pivotal. By storing all raw data we get a better overview of what data is available, which enables our data science team to explore what additional insights can be uncovered.
If you're interested in Turbit, and want to gain a deeper insight into how it works, now you can easily do so by testing the app through our demo account. You will have access to our demo plants and will be able to experience our monitoring and event notification system firsthand.
Contact us for the login credentials.
In summary, these recent updates are designed to make your experience with our app more secure and insightful.
Thank you for interest, and stay tuned for more exciting developments on the horizon!