By definition, a NoSQL database provides for the storage of, and access to, data which is not structured in the tabular manner used by relational databases. The rationale for such databases is that they are simpler to design, easier to scale and offer greater control over availability. Increasingly NoSQL databases being used as the storage repository for Big Data and Web applications.
As a specialist in managing database architectures, dsp works with some of the leading providers of NoSQL technology such as MongoDB, Hadoop, Couchbase and Cassandara. The services we offer closely match those offered for traditional RDBMS products: NoSQL Support, Managed Services and Technical Consulting.
"Through dsp's experience and expertise, the level of database support and monitoring now provided to our customers has dramatically improved. This has resulted in far greater confidence levels from ourselves and our customers in how databases are maintained and managed. dsp's monitoring tool provides a shared view across all databases and any issues are swiftly and proactively acted on by dsp. Since engaging dsp we have regularly utilised their database experts to resolve issues, alleviating potentially critical issues with production systems."
"What makes dsp’s services work for Ocado is they are friendly, professional, easy to work with and, more importantly, experts in Oracle. dsp's DBA team go the extra mile to support us, whether that is working out of hours or chasing our central IT for extra storage! Having been a DBA myself, I can appreciate the knowledge dsp have. The whole dsp team are a pleasure to work with."
"We have been working with dsp for over a year now as one of their customers. Their service and support has been great in helping us with different issues over time and with the upgrade to Oracle R12."
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