Managed well, big data helps organisations make better business decisions and further tailor services and products to their customer or user bases. But without the right technology solution, managing big data can be costly and complex, with too many upfront capital costs and ongoing costs as your big data management needs grow. To help control these costs, DBS offers Performanceanalytics, an analytic big data Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) and Reporting-as-a-Service solution. Through this consumption-based model, organisations can scale up and down their data needs whilst paying for only what they consume and use.
The Performanceanalytics platform offers:
• Reduced cost through PaaS: The Performanceanalytics PaaS service model lets you use network capacity and storage without the upfront or ongoing costs normally associated with these components. PaaS also lets you use infrastructure services from one provider instead of multiple ones, which further cuts costs.
• Easier warehousing and reporting: Performanceanalytics leverages database management technology to create huge data warehouses managed through DBS' local data centres nodes. This removes the arduous work of replicating production environments to create data warehouses or doing calls on production databases.
• Help with creating a reporting framework: We know big data doesn’t stop at warehousing and management. Reporting is how you demonstrate value, which is why Performanceanalytics PaaS helps you develop a reporting framework to meet your business needs now and down the track.
Whilst managing the components of big data yourself, you risk:
• Out-of-control costs: Traditional terabyte big data storage options are costly to build and maintain and focus more on the technical aspects and less on the business aspects and outcomes. A PaaS solution solves this problem with controllable costs.
• Complicated and cumbersome data warehousing: Organisations typically have to replicate production environments to create a data warehouse or do calls on their production databases to report on data – this takes time and staff resources and provides a compromise approach to business analytics and decision-making.
• Being unable to translate the data into business-driving insights: The whole point of big data is being able to use the information to drive better business performance. Organisations lose an average of 10 per cent of revenue when they don’t utilise the information they collect.
Don’t do big data alone. Let Performanceanalytics PaaS help. Get in touch with DBS today to learn how we can meet your data needs with Performanceanalytics PaaS now and as your organisation evolves.