by Shweta Joshi

Welcome to part 5 of our series on BrightHub — BrightWind’s wind resource data platform. In the previous article, we discussed our cost and scalability analysis of different databases for storing time series data and the solution we implemented using Amazon S3. In this article, we will be focusing on the serverless components in BrightHub and their advantages as opposed to a non-serverless architecture.

Before we dive further into the details, please check out our previous article Using s3 for spikey time series data ingestion if you haven’t already, to get familiar with the problems associated with…

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