Nextlink has years of experience in cloud computing and expertise on the comprehensive big data services offered by AWS, along with a variety of third-party products and solutions that can help customers increase their business potential by importing data into their real-world applications.
Streaming data can be collected and processed for short-term storage without having to wait for all data to be collected.
Data content can be queried in parallel at the same time, so the performance is 10 times faster than other data warehousing services.
Build real-time serverless data processing systems.Uploaded code can be directly triggered by other AWS services and the customer is only charged for the execution time.
Amazon EMR provides a managed Hadoop framework that makes it easy, fast, and cost-effective to process vast amounts of data across dynamically scalable Amazon EC2 instances.
A serverless interactive query service that can directly query the data in Amazon S3 using SQL syntax, and supports multiple standard formats JSON, CSV, Avro, ORC, Parquet.
AWS Managed ETL service can be used to sort, clean, and categorize data. With AWS Glue, you can significantly reduce the cost, complexity, and time required to create ETL jobs.
Business Analysis Services (BI), provided by AWS, makes it easy to build visually presented content with data at any time.
The focus of big data applications is on the final “analysis”. The results of these analyses help the company’s management make important decisions. But the human brain prefers and more easily accepts visualized references so our business intelligence tool allows users to understand the true meaning of the data in a more intuitive way through images and instant interaction. The result is deeper insights into the data and better predictions for future viability.
In addition to being able to connect with native services, AWS Big Data Analytics tools can be connected to many third-party software. The following is an example of a business intelligence software tableau connected on top of AWS: