Streamline your data pipelines to support real-time decision-making capabilities. Deploy best practices across your Big Data stack.

  • Prototype Development

    An iterative approach through quick proof-of-concepts will help validate your Big Data innovations faster than a waterfall approach.

  • Repeatable Deployments

    Go from Jupyter Notebooks to Cloud-native containers. Automate the delivery of your pipeline using Continuous Integration/ Continuous Deployment (CI/CD). Prevent drift in your architecture using Infrastructure as Code (IaC) tools like Terraform.

  • Observability

    Improve your ability to troubleshoot issues, and find performance bottlenecks by adding instrumentation in your ETL process. Roll up the data into dashboards for real-time decision making.

  • Data Pipeline Optimization

    Simplify and modernize your data pipeline: move away from batch processing and implement real-time streaming into your data lake.

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Professional methods and tools to ensure robustness, dependability, functional safety, cybersecurity and usability:

  • Agile process
  • CI/CD
  • DevOps pipelines
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  • Source control management
  • Automated testing
  • Documentation
  • Instrumentation
  • Monitoring

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20+ years of software development and deployment experience with a focus on:

  • Python
  • Django
  • Flask
  • Plone
  • React
  • PostgreSQL
  • Redis
  • Docker
  • Salt
  • Terraform
  • AWS
  • GCP

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