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Why better architected is better than Well-Architected
July 9, 2019

Why better architected is better than Well-Architected

Are your cloud and application stack well architected? Probably not. And that’s OK.  Cloud architects inside Amazon originated the AWS Well-Architected Framework (aka "Well-Architected"), and announced it in 2015. It aspired to set guidelines and… Continue Reading

April 2, 2019

APN awards CloudGeometry Amazon Kinesis Service Designation for advanced data architectures

The AWS Partner Network (APN) has endorsed ElevationData, the Bekitzur company specializing in data engineering and data science pipelines, as a Designated Service Provider for Amazon Kinesis. This recognition follows the recent APN certification of Bekitzur CloudGeometry AWS Database Migration Services. Data Unbound  Distributed big data storage technology is widely accepted in modern computer architectures. The new data imperative is… Continue Reading

AWS Partner Network Recognizes Bekitzur CloudGeometry as Certified Service Provider for Database Migration Services
February 23, 2019

AWS Partner Network Recognizes Bekitzur CloudGeometry as Certified Service Provider for Database Migration Services

We are proud to announce that the AWS Partner Network (APN) has certified us as a Designated Service Provider for AWS Database Migration Services. These AWS credentials are challenging to attain, and we’re proud to… Continue Reading

Enterprise SaaS Platform for Asset Management and Remote Operations
February 19, 2019

Enterprise SaaS Platform for Asset Management and Remote Operations

Almost any piece of industrial equipment today produces its own rich and steady stream of data. Digital diagnostics embedded in devices help with on-site troubleshooting when dispatching a trained local technician. But what about extending… Continue Reading

Beyond Big Data for Health Care with Data Science Pipelines
February 16, 2019

Beyond Big Data for Health Care with Data Science Pipelines

By now, the consensus view of Big Data is that bigger doesn’t translate into better. It’s a more subtle irony that in the face of bigger and faster data, data science is still vexingly difficult.… Continue Reading

From DevOps to DataOps
December 26, 2018

From DevOps to DataOps

Modern software development runs at a faster pace than ever before. As cloud computing divides winners and losers in the data-driven marketplace, converging applications and their data with the infrastructure they run on makes more… Continue Reading

Introducing our new Data Engineering & Data Science Pipeline Practice Offerings
December 18, 2018

Introducing our new Data Engineering & Data Science Pipeline Practice Offerings

We’re excited to add new new expert consultancy offerings focused on helping data-driven companies unleash the velocity and power of modern data-centric systems at scale. Our goal for this practice is to make life easier… Continue Reading

Data-Driven Personalized Medicine: CloudGeometry Case Study
December 10, 2018

Data-Driven Personalized Medicine: CloudGeometry Case Study

For chronic disease sufferers – often already under medical care – data-driven personalized medicine provides a promising new application for tailored therapies and disease management. Today, the right combination of technology infrastructure, advanced AI technology… Continue Reading

November 21, 2018

Time-boxing across time zones: Agile with remote teams

Agile methodologies are now recognized as a structured way to work through ambiguous and complex software problems with evolving solution requirements. Practices such as sprints, backlogs, timeboxing, scrum, can be applied in a variety of ways. They all share a critical core: timely problem-solving and product progress become the responsibility of the entire team, including stakeholders.  We have delivered dozens of… Continue Reading

When Kubernetes met Spark 2.3: what native Kubernetes support means for “big data” and data science
November 2, 2018

When Kubernetes met Spark 2.3: what native Kubernetes support means for “big data” and data science

The recent news from Wall Street about the merger of two of the original “big data” companies, Cloudera and Hortonworks (now called “Cloudera”) made a lot of noise across the Big Tech Finance marketplace, certainly here in Silicon Valley. But… Continue Reading

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