Discrete systems


Discrete Schemas

A single network can contain multiple schemas where each schema contains a separate set of database objects and data. Users can be granted access to specific schemas and specific database objects within those schemas; and certain users can be granted sufficient privileges to perform queries across multiple schemas, if required.

Discrete schemas allow the sharing of a common network topology among different user communities.




Discrete networks

A single installation of Edge Intelligence can manage and operate multiple discrete networks where each network is wholly separate and has its own network topology and database schemas. In particular, separate networks cannot share data and are configured and managed entirely independently.

Multiple networks are useful where disparate systems or different customers require separate infrastructure.



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