Fincons Fast Data Lake provides a new solution for the development of digital applications that responds to all these requirements and integrates with all well-known front-end technologies such as web single page, HTML5, CSS£, Angular, React and Progressive Web Apps. Fincons has developed this innovative and ground-breaking solution on Big Data, leveraging its experience in scouting of market components as well as testing through the Hands-On Lab.
Fincons Fast Data Lake enables the development of APIs reading data from a High Performance Data Store fed in near real-time by legacy systems using a single highly engineered procedure, thus combining a very rapid time-to-market with low maintenance costs.
With Fincons Fast Data Lake
Data ingestion from different sources, adaptable to any volume, speed and type of data.
Single architecture components can be selected to adapt the solution to specific requirements and environments. Initial configuration can be altered at any stage.
Standard APIs for perfect integration across all touchpoints. Pre-existing reporting and analysis tools need not be replaced.
The solution can be implemented on-premise, in proprietary or cloud environments.
Thanks to a single highly-engineered procedure data moves from source to destination in just a few milliseconds.
LOW SET-UP AND RUNNING COSTS
Speedy configuration; maintenance and evolution costs are lower than those associated with traditional platforms; ETL based systems.
No impact on performance of the overall structure of source data.
OPTIMISED API PERFORMANCE
Because data can be denormalized coherently with data loading, the calculation load does not impact search operations.
PEAK REQUEST MANAGEMENT
In case of peaks in requests, load is managed by the Data Lake without impacting back-end operations.
Machine power for requests is shifted from back-end systems to the Data Lake, thus unloading the burden from legacy systems
No ETL development or maintenance costs: low adoption costs are based on actual usage.
The solution is active 24/7, thus overcoming limitations caused by back-end availability.
This intuitive function that users are familiar with and tend to prefer is easily added to front-ends.