The challenge lies in optimizing data engineering

The challenges faced by data engineers in today’s data-driven world are plenty. Poor data quality, irregular maintenance of data pipelines, and multiplying data silos endanger the reliability and scalability of data and analytics systems. Poor data pipeline orchestration and pipeline performance can also complicate the functions of data engineers. The Fosfor Decision Cloud empowers data engineers to overcome these challenges and enhance the efficiency of their systems.

Making data
engineering easier

The Fosfor Decision Cloud simplifies data pipeline management with its low-code Canvas/GUI. Capabilities such as data lineage tracking and continuous pipeline monitoring guarantee data transparency and traceability. Data engineers can efficiently integrate ingested on-premise or cloud-sourced data stored on an automated database. Importantly, source change can be easily monitored, with only changesets captured through change data capture (CDC) being replicated. Thus, bandwidth usage and synchronization delays are minimized.

Customized features for better performance

The Fosfor Decision Cloud’s customization features facilitate data pipeline integration with custom codes from external scripts (Java, Python, and Shell). They also enable dynamic execution through optimized ELpT pipelines and a purpose-built framework.

Integrated data processing

Use centralized workloads configured for run engines and utilize ETL stores with 50+ pre-built native connectors for data processing. Perform exploratory analysis with quality stores and transform data for insights with operational stores.

Rapid solution deployment

Experience easy cloud-native integration and transformations with the Fosfor Decision Cloud’s hybridized capabilities. Deploy solutions on both cloud and on-premise environments and cloud-agnostically run on any cloud service such as AWS, MS Azure, and GCP.

Domain-specific capabilities

Utilize the Fosfor Decision Cloud’s pre-built business domain-specific data pipelines for its self-service features, such as a user-friendly web-based interface, facilitating a seamless production-to-deployment journey. Diverse industries are supported with domain-specific data processing, and real-time analytics is enabled by stream processing.
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What data engineers say

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Fosfor products are helping us solve multiple challenges like data orchestration and data management.

Associate Director,
Associate Director, IOT Division
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Fosfor is our platform of choice as it has the best integration with the Model Risk Management (MRM) system and our continuous integration and delivery platform, along with exposure to the Global Model Validation (GMV) team.

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Head, Data Technology

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