SoftServe Achieves Amazon Web Services Big Data Competency for Delivering Data Solutions in the Cloud

SoftServe, a leading solution provider and software development company, has achieved the AWS Big Data Competency from Amazon Web Services (AWS). The competency designation recognizes SoftServe’s continued success in helping customers build effective data management solutions, as well as providing methods and techniques to process and analyze data productively, at any scale.

SoftServe’s Big Data Team has extensive expertise in the design, implementation and modernization of Big Data solutions including Hadoop-based systems, MPP Data Warehousing, BI Visualization and Advanced Analytics.

“Big Data Analytics represents a tremendous opportunity for organizations to derive new forms of innovation. Success in Big Data Analytics depends on having an infrastructure and services that orchestrate Big Data technology components for collecting, storing, processing, analyzing and visualizing data from literally everywhere, including IoT devices, web logs, and social media information,” explains Serhiy Haziyev, VP of Software Architecture, SoftServe. “We have extensive experience delivering Big Data Analytics projects for Fortune 100 and startup companies alike and in our experience, AWS has proven to be mature, scalable and affordable environment for Big Data.”

The AWS Competency Program is designed to highlight members of the AWS Partner Network (APN) who have demonstrated technical proficiency and proven customer success in specialized solution areas. With a team of more than 20 Hadoop certified specialists, and partnerships with leading Big Data and analytics technology vendors such as Cloudera, Hortonworks, Microstrategy and Tableau, SoftServe has helped its customers find new opportunities and insights from the mountains of data generated by processes (e.g. machines, social networks, and smart devices) embedded in daily life.

One such customer is Yottaa, the developer of a leading cloud platform for optimizing web and mobile applications. With Yottaa’s platform, enterprises can manage, accelerate, and secure end user experiences on all devices in real-time with zero code change. SoftServe helped Yottaa build a solution to address high data throughput, large data volumes (estimated in hundreds of terabytes per year), and near real-time analytics. Adopting an agile development methodology, SoftServe successfully managed the prototyping process from Proof of Concept (PoC) to Minimal Viable Product (MVP) using AWS, delivering a fully-featured in-house Operation Intelligence platform into production.

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