One of the biggest values Zet Universe possesses is its ability to work in an offline mode, and work locally. It's different compared to other famous analytic platforms, such as Palantir Gotham, or Quid, and others, as these platforms typically require you to have a constant network connection and (except Palantir Gotham) require you to have a high speed connection to their cloud computing services.
Zet Universe, in contrast, allows you to have your projects data with you, residing on your computer, as you are on the go, riding on a car to your client, or getting to a new destination by train or a plane. Zet Universe contains a powerful semantic infrastructure that is capable of extracting and analyzing data from your own projects while working from your own machine.
In order to make this possible, Zet Universe requires some good hardware to work, ideally with no less than 4GB of RAM, Intel's Core processor, and SSD drive. But good hardware is only part of the equitation, as we also have to make Zet Universe's software tailored to its specific tasks.
As you, our Insiders, work with Zet Universe, we learn more and more about our current product design's strengths and weaknesses, and as you tell us more and more about your needs, we get better understanding of how we should improve the product to make it being more relevant for you.
This blog post is a story of our Scaling Up Effort, and in this series we will discuss two areas of this effort, Storage Layer and thumbnails cache.