The Derby persistence implementation is now complete. This week I will start performance testing the Derby persistence implementation, and work on the GVisualizationServlet so we can visualize virtual sources. Loading default data into WattDepot using Derby for storage (no network traffic) is running at ~876 sensor data entries per second, which seems pretty good.
Plans from last week:
- Remove last of HashMap code from DerbyStorageImplementation
- done, along with some other cleanup (like running unit tests on both DB implementations)
- Start performance testing of Derby storage implementation
- just started
Other accomplishments from last week:
- Ate lots of delicious food
Pointers to work products:
Plans for this week:
- Test performance of Derby implementation
- Make GVisualizationServlet work with virtual sources
- Review grant proposal?
- Close some more WattDepot open issues
- Turns out you can close Google Code issues with version control commit messages. Pretty cool.
- Mariah Power, makers of the Windspire small-scale wind turbine, have released an iPhone app that supposedly uses the microphone to estimate wind speeds at your location. I have downloaded it, but not tried it yet.