faq

SPICE has a 1.2.3. components architecture, that consists of

  • SPICEy slang
    A SQL dialect, so you can communicate with SPICE.
  • SPICEy tube
    The main processing engine, that comes with a permanently growing list of cool modules.
  • SPICEy tracks
    An administration and configuration app.
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Short answer:

Linux/Unix, macOS, Windows.

Detailed answer:

There are many Linux/Unix flavors and hardware architectures out there. {privatescope} is trying to support all of them. Depending on the target platform (i.e. operating system and hardware processors), a SPICE version optimized for this very platform will be built and delivered.

None. You will get an all-in-one folder installation, ready to be used on your target platform.

Yes, you can.

SPICE is written in C++ and seamlessly integrates via a C-API.

You are fine, if your software is written in a language that provides such a C-API, e.g. Java, .NET, Javascript, Python, PHP, Perl - just to name a few.

For more details or if you are using some really awkward platform, get in touch with us.

As part of our commercial offer, you can get a fully functional SPICE system for a 14 days proof-of-concept evaluation period.

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1 to 3 months. It depends on your environment and your specific needs.

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Errmm, imagine during your first date you immediately ask the person you are in to for a bank account statement or a health certificate? Right! You will never get a chance to get what you want.

So, the short answer is: We are currently investing all of our resources into improving and extending our software. SPICE is not certified yet, but we are in the process of doing so.

Yes. You can migrate data from Oracle to MariaDB.

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  • Applying data privacy algorithms on-the-fly, e.g. anonymization, pseudonymization.
  • Filtering, KPI extraction, data enrichment e.g. with machine learning and other operations.
  • IoT connectivity and on-the-fly data aggregation.
  • Migrating from one data source to another.
  • Connecting one data source with another.
  • Synthetic test data generation.

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Yes. Take a look at our Use Case: Issue Tracking.

Yes, absolutely.

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Hmm...you want to prevent your competitors from using these modules 😉.

That's fine with us, but has its own price tag.

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As many as you can think of, but surely only as many as your computer can handle!

Our standard release schedule says: twice a year!

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Yes, we are.

If you like what {privatescope} is doing, if you share our views and our philosophy and if you are interested to invest in a highly promising business, you are welcome to get in touch with us.