Big Data is a mega trend impacting every facet of business decision making...
Extract insights from fast-moving data on the fly with Big Data Analytics...
The Future is Containerized...
To expand mobility capabilities, companies should prioritize the mobility
Innovate and accelarate life with Internet of Things...
Drawing on our vast experience and skills in Java technologies...
Drawing on our vast experience and skills in Java technologies...
Creating interactive augmented and virtual reality experiences...
Design, build and program one of the fast growing technologies...
Big Data is a mega trend impacting every facet of business decision making. With our extensive experience converting Big Data into Big insights, client are reaping large bottom-line and top-line results.
Be it large amounts of data (Volume), fast changing or streaming data (Velocity) or multiple types of data such as unstructured data (Variety), traditional analytics are combined with emerging analytics such as Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence to connect data with business results.
The power of Big Data is multiplied manifold when different data sources are combined. We have the technical and business know-how required to efficiently and effectively combine various data sources. Clients receive analytics ready data that is primed to deliver insights and drive decisions.
Setting up a Big Data ecosystem is a challenge. Data warehouses and Data Lakes are an essential component of these systems. An intelligently designed data warehouse meets your needs now and in the future.
Extract insights from fast-moving data on the fly with Big Data Analytics. Absolute data uses Machine Learning, Text Analytics and other advanced techniques to provide information that businesses need to react to events and make better decisions faster than ever.
Data visualization turns raw data into meaning and meaning into understanding. Business Intelligence takes technology and translates it into the words of the business world. Together, these revolutionary tech applications clearly address your toughest questions.
Get customized Big Data Applications designed to explore, analyze, and manage a wide range of data based on your needs. Data types that these applications can handle include streaming, traditional, and unconventional data that previously was difficult to incorporate.
A reasonable definition of a container is “a portable store for a single component and its dependencies”. In this sense they are like VMs; both containers and VMs can be used to wrap software in an isolated and complete environment. However, it is the significant differences between VMs and containers which open up new use cases that threaten to revolutionize the IT industry. Compared to VMs, containers are:
Perhaps the greatest single promise of containers is the creation of a consistent environment from development through testing and into production. At the moment, countless hours are lost chasing bugs that occur when software is moved between environments.
The code works perfectly on one developer’s machine, but breaks for the next developer as they have a different version of a library. By moving to a containerized workflow where the same container image is used in development, testing and production, we can significantly reduce or eliminate the overheads and pain caused when moving code between environments.
There are other significant advantages and use cases opened up by containers. It becomes much easier to move between cloud vendors such as Google Compute and AWS — if your code is in a container, it should run the same everywhere.
Configuration worries can be vastly reduced by shipping applications in containers; there’s no need to worry about the end user’s OS if you ship the OS with the software. Micro service architectures find a natural home with Docker, where each service can be given its own container without worrying about overhead.
We also believe that Docker will be the main container platform for years to come. The reason is community have built the Docker Hub, a public repository holding container images for programming languages, databases, enterprise software and practically everything else that it makes sense to put in a container.
Any newcomer to the container space will have an uphill struggle to build another community resource of this scale.
None of the criticism We’ve seen has come remotely close to convincing me that the advantages of containers aren’t real and achievable.
The truth is, the advantages containers can provide are so compelling that they are here to stay.
The future is containerized!
To expand mobility capabilities, companies should prioritize the mobility initiatives based on target audience (customers or employees). This should be done before focusing on efforts in preparing the business plan and estimating the infrastructure requirements.
Small enterprises are implementing mobile technologies with increased efficiency. Organizations should evaluate whether they have the required skills to implement it in-house or outsource it to third party vendors. Focus areas that drive internal efficiency include:
With increasing mobile users, more data will be there at the edge of the network. This will increase the chances of data security and privacy breaches. A top priority for CIOs is to manage these risks. This can be done by expanding existing security solutions across several mobile sub segments to:
Many trends have disrupted the enterprise technology landscape over the last few years.
The increasing adoption of cloud and rising number of mobile devices have transforming the way information is shared within organizations. This has led to a massive influx of user and self-generated data. The marriage of Enterprise Mobility and Big Data can bring in huge benefits for businesses.
The interweaving of these two technologies brings together the benefits of both these platforms to businesses. While Mobility brings in the benefits of improved responsiveness, increased productivity and relevance, Big Data brings in the ability to identify trends and take transformative action. The importance of these two technologies can be gauged by the fact that close to 70% apps which are not connected to data and analytics have been found to be abandoned by users within the first couple of months.
Going forward, mobile apps will continue to generate business data of different volume, variety and velocity. Enterprise mobility solutions for Big Data help you harness and take action on this data in real-time. By leveraging Mobility with Big Data and Analytics, organizations across B2B and B2C businesses can drive business success.
Enterprise Mobility solutions combined with big data deliver the following benefits:
innData has implemented Enterprise Mobility solutions for Big Data and made them a key part of their technology strategy for businesses worldwide. We develop and deploy solutions that are geared to solve business problems at your organization. We can also easily integrate your existing systems with Enterprise Mobility solutions that leverage Big Data.
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Internet of Things (IoT) is an ecosystem of connected physical objects that are accessible through the internet.The ‘thing’ in IoT could be a person with a heart monitor or an automobile with built-in-sensors, i.e. objects that have been assigned an IP address and have the ability to collect and transfer data over a network without manual assistance or intervention. The embedded technology in the objects helps them to interact with internal states or the external environment, which in turn affects the decisions taken. IoT – and the machine-to-machine (M2M) technology behind it – are bringing a kind of “super visibility” to nearly every industry. Imagine utilities and telcos that can predict and prevent service outages, airlines that can remotely monitor and optimise plane performance, and healthcare organisations that can base treatment on real-time genome analysis. The business possibilities are endless.
Examples of the Internet of Things extend from smart connected homes to wearables and healthcare.
It is not wrong to suggest that IoT is now becoming a part of every aspect of our lives.
An article by Ashton published in the RFID Journal in 1999 said, “If we had computers that knew everything there was to know about things - using data they gathered without any help from us - we would be able to track and count everything, and greatly reduce waste, loss and cost. We would know when things needed replacing, repairing or recalling, and whether they were fresh or past their best. We need to empower computers with their own means of gathering information, so they can see, hear and smell the world for themselves, in all its random glory.” This is precisely what IoT platforms does for us. It enables devices/objects to observe, identify and understand a situation or the surroundings without being dependent on human help.
Internet of Things can connect devices embedded in various systems to the internet. When devices/objects can represent themselves digitally, they can be controlled from anywhere. The connectivity then helps us capture more data from more places, ensuring more ways of increasing efficiency and improving safety and IoT security.
IoT is a transformational force that can help companies improve performance through IoT analytics and IoT Security to deliver better results. Businesses in the utilities, oil & gas, insurance, manufacturing, transportation, infrastructure and retail sectors can reap the benefits of IoT by making more informed decisions, aided by the torrent of interactional and transactional data at their disposal.
IoT platforms can help organizations reduce cost through improved process efficiency, asset utilization and productivity. With improved tracking of devices/objects using sensors and connectivity, they can benefit from real-time insights and analytics, which would help them make smarter decisions. The growth and convergence of data, processes and things on the internet would make such connections more relevant and important, creating more opportunities for people, businesses and industries.
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Drawing on our vast experience and skills in Java technologies, we develop robust software solutions and enterprise applications. We help our clients select the right Java architecture and apply best practices and methodologies across the life of the solution.
Our Java team of over 25 engineers have successfully completed over 50 engagements on the Java platform and have developed a repository of Java best practices - including user interface, caching and resource management, performance tuning, debugging, testing, and web services to accelerate development and achieve cost savings.
innData offers enterprise architecture and technology services designed to help businesses from various industry verticals consolidate their disparate technologies into seamless, fully integrated systems that meet their specific business goals.
Lack of standardization and governance can adversely affect the performance and cost efficiency of your IT architecture. Enterprise architecture and technology services from innData help businesses define their goals and implement enterprise-wide technologies and governance to ensure optimal performance and cost effectiveness.
innData's custom enterprise architecture and technology services utilize open source applications whenever possible to help contain costs and maximize flexibility. We employ proven, development disciplines that integrate with legacy infrastructures and provide scalability with emerging technologies.
We help enterprises and technology providers build cutting edge solutions on the Java platform. We consult with clients to define their initiative, design and develop impactful solutions for high quality user experiences, and manage software investments across their lifecycle. Our Java professionals keeps abreast with the Java platform and development tools to ensure we provide high quality software engineering services, application services, user experience design and testing compliance & assurance services.
Our expertise in building Java solutions includes:
It’s a challenge to move your organization forward in the face of today’s security threats, and your in-house resources might not be enough. innData CyberSecurity Intelligence (CSI) tools enable your IT staff to join forces with inndata Security Labs researchers to perform analysis of any security incident that impacts your ecosystem. Regardless of the data source, our online tools provide you rich, actionable data.
With the arrival of Big Data platforms, security organizations can now make data-driven decisions about how they protect their assets. Records of network traffic, captured as network flows, are often stored and analyzed for use in network management. An organization can use this same information to gain insight into what channels corporate information flows through.
By taking into account additional context such as prevalent attacks and key protocols to the organization, the security team can develop a strategy that applies the right amount of per-channel risk mitigation based on the value of the data flowing through it. For an organization, we call this “the port perspective”.
There are two vectors that all organizations should evaluate:
A “wide enough, deep enough” protection strategy that involves both edge prevention and sophisticated detection of unusual behavior
A deep inspection of key protocols using methods that can scale to the volume of data flowing across that channel
While inspecting specific, unique flows of data that may be important for individual organizations, all organizations can realize significant risk reduction from analysis of network flows and DNS (domain name service) replies.
An innovation that takes out the physical world and submerges you into a total virtual world that you can contact and feel is Virtual reality.
Augumented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) has been around for years, but until now it hasn’t journeyed far from the sci-fi realm.
VR headsets have become more affordable and accesible to the public thanks to many big Sponsorships from Tech gaints. We’re beginning to use virtual reality in everything from training to entertainment.
The future of AR/ VR can be into many fields including:
The easiest way to describe the potential impact implementation of VR & AR can make in the education system is to condense it to four words: Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger. VR can help students tak virtual field trips, involve in Language immersion and provide game based learning.
Training sessions for First responders, fire fighters , law enforcerment on emergency situations are becoming costly day by day. But With these AR / VR programs, recruits can encounter the physical stimuli of danger without ever leaving the room. VR headsets totally immerse officers in the projected world.
AR / VR in Health Services will make many things more comfortable to carry out. Next comes increased accessibility of the services and finally Augmented and Virtual Reality in Medicine can critically affect the effectiveness of the medical services itself and drastically improve its overall efficiency.
Navigation can be made easiy by sending immersive directions to the users without using maps and this can be done by providing people with directions from your phone’s camera in realtime
VR will help in real-time, hands-on collaboration into projects. By integrating augmented reality and virtual reality, several stages of the product development can be boosted, simplified and supported. Product prototyping will soon be completely digitalised by setting up a mind-altering environment in 3D where prototypes get experienced in a digital manner. This will open a whole new path for manufacturing enterprises by making it able to save a lot of time and reduce plenty of costs.
It’s a cut edge technolgy to design, construct, use robtos to perform tasks done traditionally by humans. Our Robotics team deals with the design, use of robots, as well as computer systems for their control, sensory feedback, and information processing.
There are three important factors which constitute a robot:
Most robots today are used to do repetitive actions or jobs considered too dangerous for humans.But Robots are growing up to play a key role in the future of humans. .
Top tech companies are in a constant race to change the way robotics are implemented in people’s everyday lives – which will lead us to a really exciting future.
Based on the current trends , Robots will be able to change our future in many fields including :
Artificial technology for predicting and detecting crime might seem far-fetched, but it's quite possible for the future we’re looking at. Drone footage, for instance, will make that happen soon. In addition, automatic recognition of suspicious activities is already a reality for camera-based security systems.
Robots will boost the process of personalized learning. NAO, the humanoid robot, is already forming bonds with students from around the world. It comes with important senses of natural interaction, including moving, listening, speaking, and connecting.
Cloud-connected home robots are already becoming part of our lives. These Robots will pretty much do evrything from cleaning, cooking, home security
Self-driving cars still require some human intervention, but we’re getting closer to the day when they won't.
Instead of visiting a primary care physician who will give us a check-up with a simple stethoscope, we’ll have intelligent robots performing these tasks. They will interact with patients, check on their conditions, and evaluate the need for further appointments.