Our consultants were faced with two projects. The scalable real-time event manager based on Akka streams and building a highly reliable, scalable, and unified interface for the crucial part of Qvantel’s payment products.
The bare-metal servers were not running properly and our client was wasting a lot of resources just trying to host their systems. The infrastructure had been set up in the pre-cloud era and some of the elements of the system had been set up in different hosting locations.
With a significant number of devices under constant analysis to intelligently find out if something is wrong or needs handling, Indeni needed a way to ingest a high rate of metrics into its system for storage and display.
We re-wrote the process of data retrieval, processing and distribution (ETL) in a streaming manner. This allowed us to reduce the costs, as we no longer needed a Spark cluster, with only a single machine required to handle the same or larger amount of data in a resource-safe manner.
With a significant number of new loan requests, there was an urgent need for improvements in the verification process. Kreditech needed a way to quickly-verify all of these requests from regular checking, via personal checking to the size of the loans.
Primotus has created a Business Process Management (BPM) web/mobile platform that allows software analysts to build entire workflow systems with little to no custom programming. Its goal was to significantly reduce the cost and increase the speed of system implementations.
Scalability has become one of the most important issues in Sumdog, as with every fast-developing company, due to the growing number of customers using the software, the evolution of existing features, as well as increasing requirements when it comes to adding new features.
The client expanded the development team in an established technology with a strong team of developers, alleviating the challenges and costs of recruiting at scale in a competitive market in San Francisco.