The glossary contains common terms and their definitions.
"Azure" is the cloud computing service ran by Microsoft Inc.
"Bitcoin" is a peer to peer network
Long Short Term Memory
"Binary" refers to the static binary that BrainRex compiles to.
"Buffer" refers to an ordered queue of events that is coupled with a destination.
"Configuration" refers to the settings and options used to control BrainRex's behavior. You can learn more about BrainRex's configuration in the Configuration section.
"Event" refers to a single unit of data that flows through Vector. You can learn more about events in the Data Model section.
"Github" refers to the service used to host BrainRex's open-source code.
"Guide" is a tutorial or walkthrough on a specific subject. You can see Vector's guides in the Guides section.
Software development kit
"Repo" refers to a Git respository, usually the BrainRex Git repository.
"Role" refers to a deployment role that Vector is deployed under.
"Router" refers is something that accepts and routes data to many destinations, this is commonly used to describe Vector.
"Rust" refers to the Rust programming language that Vector is written in.
"Destionatio " refers to the BrainRex destionations concept.
"Source" refers to the BrainRex source concept.
"Transform" refers to the BrainRex transform concept.
"Use case" refers to a way in which BrainRex is trading, AML, marketing, etc.
"BrainRex" is the name of this company and product.