Like the world wide web, the Internet of Things is personal. It represents a near complete connectedness, including the industrial world, and never ending possibilities of new applications and services.
The Internet of Things also represents a need to examine conventional assumptions on databases and data stores to support real-time data pipelines.
In an article on Silicon Angle, Designing data stores for the Internet of Things, SingleStore CEO and co-founder Erik Frenkiel shares his insight on the critical requirements to support new interconnected devices, interactive applications, and the analytics to understand their use.
Principles of data store design for the Internet of Things
  1. Capture Everything
  2. Save Data While Serving Data
  3. Fit the Ecosystem
  4. Online All the Time
Be sure to read the entire a article at Designing data stores for the Internet of Things.