Category: Compression

Efficiently writing large objects to Azure Blob Storage – JSON, Compression, Caching, Streaming in .Net

Minhaz

Minhaz

Software Engineer II at Microsoft
I work as Software Engineer for Microsoft Azure Production & Infrastructure Engineering team. My day to day work revolve much around distributed systems and machine learning. I am excited to explore areas like Natural Language Processing and Knowledge Bases and see if they can help solve bunch of problems yet to be commercially solved.
Minhaz
Azure Storage Blob Azure Storage Blob is an Azure Storage offering that allows you to store GigaBytes of data in from hundreds to billions of objects in hot, cool, or archive tiers, depending on how often data access is needed. Store any type of unstructured data—images, videos, audio, documents and more—easily and cost-effectively. Reference: https://azure.microsoft.com/en-in/services/storage/blobs/ In the

Compress sequence of UNIX timestamps with microseconds accuracy to ~10bits/timestamp

Minhaz

Minhaz

Software Engineer II at Microsoft
I work as Software Engineer for Microsoft Azure Production & Infrastructure Engineering team. My day to day work revolve much around distributed systems and machine learning. I am excited to explore areas like Natural Language Processing and Knowledge Bases and see if they can help solve bunch of problems yet to be commercially solved.
Minhaz
Problem Setup: There is a stream of timestamps that need to be transferred across some network stream; Goal is to compress this sequence of timestamps (with microseconds accuracy, lossless). Also the encoding and decoding process should be very fast so that it can scale for time critical processes; Some assumptions: The data to be transmitted