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Detecting the onset of covid-19 early using heartrate measurements collected from wearable devices

Through this blog post I shall be creating a solution architecture for the following Collecting wearable devices data from multiple users. For example heartrate from Fitbit and Apple HealthKit devices. Ingesting this data into an influxdb database running inside a docker container Running a pyspark job on aws EMR cluster to calculate heart rate variability,Continue reading “Detecting the onset of covid-19 early using heartrate measurements collected from wearable devices”

LocalStack : The zero cost aws cloud subscription

Development using aws cloud services requires a subscription. Development and testing can sometimes be a costly affair for some organizations incurring expenses to the tune of around 1000 USD. LocalStack is a more cheaper way of developing and testing code locally before it is deployed to aws cloud. Architecture Objective The objective of this postContinue reading “LocalStack : The zero cost aws cloud subscription”

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About Me

Hi, I’m Raghu. Technical Architect with L&T Technology Services. 23+ years in IT. Expertise in design and development of Web Applications involving AWS IoT, Azure IoT Hub, REST-API, Node JS, Python, Hybrid Mobile App tools like react-native, J2EE technologies with Java Spring, Cassandra, Power Bi, Azure Blockchain workbench, Kafka, Docker based Microservices, Hibernate, Web Sphere, and Weblogic Portals.

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