Real Life Solution

A global financial institution approached DataSpartan to improve the ingestion into their data lake of billions of daily credit card transactions.

The data lake was shared across multiple different business units, each with different use cases, requiring real-time, self-service functionality, not possible within its existing legacy platform.

The client’s technical leadership team had expected that such a complex transformation in architecture and new systems would take a team of 20 normal vendors approximately 12 months to complete.

DataSpartan deployed 2 experts who completed the project in the same time frame. Not only did they configure the base code to provide long lasting resilience, but optimised and reduced computational consumption from 20 nodes down to 3.

In addition, DataSpartan proposed and rolled-out a new operational system to manage all end-to-end processing ensuring the overall architecture was cheaper to maintain and easier to build future internal products and reporting systems.