Big data is changing the way organizations do business, and if you haven’t already taken the plunge, it’s time you did so. IDC estimates that by 2020, business transactions (including both B2B and B2C) via the internet will reach up to 450 billion per day. That’s a lot of information to process, analyze and utilize.
The big data trend has created a market big data service platforms as companies begin their digital transformation. One company that is leveraging big data is Esgyn. The company recently announced the availability of Esgyn Strato, a fully managed, white glove Big Data Platform as a Service offering. By using Esgyn Strato, enterprises need not worry about which database to use for their operational needs, and which one to use for their business intelligence and analytical needs, nor about moving and transforming massive amounts of data, nor worry about whether it will run on premise or which cloud platform to deploy or migrate to. Customers can focus on solving their business problems and leave the chore of database management to a team of experienced Esgyneers.
“Like the company’s on-premises version, Esgyn Strato caters to operational and analytical workloads, including the driving of both workloads simultaneously,” says James Curtis, senior analyst, 451 Research.
“Esgyn Strato naturally empowers use cases of cloud ready operational analytics like industrial IoT, modernizing data lakes as well as on-demand DevOps projects, by providing the scale out capabilities of a NoSQL database with the advantages and flexibility of a relational database, so that enterprises can run and optimize their business,” adds Hong Ding, Esgyn CEO, “This enables enterprises to implement data driven decision-making in real-time and with the fastest ROI.”
EsgynDB, which underpins the Esgyn Strato cloud service offering, is built upon the open source top-level Apache Trafodion project, and enhanced with additional enterprise class features required for production use.
Esgyn Strato enables customers to free themselves from cloud service provider lock-in by choosing a database that is available across major cloud platforms with support for Amazon Web services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure available now, and Google Cloud Platform (GCP) to follow.