The ever new emerging data streams

Today, data is streaming in from everywhere: from every department, business process, and customer interaction. These data streams will flood you if you don’t channelize them in the right direction within time. More sad would be that for your own safety, you move to a dry plain and deprive yourself of the nutrient rich data streams. But to channelize a data stream, we have to watch it, learn where it is coming from, how it was produced, what kind of content it holds, whether it is high quality and how it’s been used in the past.


You create a data-lake

To preserve the myriad data streams, you create a data lake. Now that all this data is in one place, you are looking at infinite possibilities. Business processes can be improved, customer behavior can be further understood, efficiency of machines can be improved, highly effective marketing can be done. You are even thinking that if these data streams are carefully merged, new business models can be created.


Is navigating this data-lake baffling?

You bring all these data streams into a data lake. It’s vast, it is one of those great lakes. Navigating this deep and dark lake of data is challenging; so we throw massive resources at the problem by hiring consultants, provisioning more hardware and software, and retaining armies of analysts and data scientists. But these systems and individuals don’t have the tools required to dive deep enough to get to the treasures lying underneath.


Take it easy, meet OvalEdge

We studied your needs and built a self-service tool – OvalEdge. It copies the data from various data sources and put in Hadoop data lake. Our Smart-Catalog algorithms read all the data, summarize it and catalog it. These data algorithms are put into action with a simple-to-use spreadsheet interface. They also establish relationships amongst the data of the entire data lake. These relationships help us to find and understand data very quickly. It does all this without compromising the privacy and confidentiality of your data in the data lake. You can manage who sees what through our Core-Security module.