Building Database Platform
As the demands of data grow in the digital economy, businesses must evolve to the new data management benchmarks. Open source solutions offer businesses the opportunity of building scalable and flexible database platforms of choice that can collect, store and analyse large amounts of data from every source without sacrificing governance, security or management. A critical necessity where new technologies are continuously coming into play in response to new business needs.
Building High-Speed Data Pipeline
New age businesses can look at open source solutions as a futuristic way to handle blazing fast gigabyte data streams in a manner that allows for scalability, flexibility and agility without sacrificing optimum throughput and latency. When a lot rides on building out the most robust, least expensive and innovative architecture, we offer optimum solutions that seamlessly thread data engineering, input and analytics through to delivery.
Enabling Kubernetes Platform
Build out new capabilities and scale up with open source technologies that work in concert with the orchestration capabilities of Kubernetes. Spin up larger, more demanding or complex applications in ways that deliver greater storage, global load balancing efficiencies, order management and self-healing ability. With our open source solutions, administrative tasks can be automated, so that there are reduced manual distractions and businesses can concentrate on core for rapid innovation and effective data management.
Enabling Hybrid and Multi-Cloud Platform
Evolve your business abilities to incorporate the flexibility of managing infrastructure across hybrid or multi-cloud platforms. With open source solutions you can opt for a hybrid cloud architecture by blending proprietary infrastructure along with a public cloud service. Or, choose to adopt a multi-cloud platform strategy for best of breed services, avoidance of single provider lock-in and advantages of price. We can help you choose the right solution based on an assessment of workloads, databases, networks, SLAs, storage and scalability demands.