NoSQL Data Service

In addition to SQL databases, more and more databases have been established in recent years, which are listed under the term NoSQL. A characteristic of these databases is a non-relational, but document-oriented architecture. Data is not stored in tuples in a table, but in documents, which in turn are stored in collections or indexes. This results in several advantages, such as the storage of a larger amount of data, a different type of distribution and associated faster access. 

We integrate your specific requirements into our installation. 

Our Data Services enable detailed configuration of deployments so you can take full advantage of a document-oriented database. We at evoila have integrated different technology stacks into a unified deployment and user experience 

  • flexibility 
  • scalability 
  • maximal power 
  • Functionality 

„In a world where container and services play an increasing role, it is important to rely on open standards“

MongoDB

Today, MongoDB represents one of the de facto standards for storing unstructured data. This data is also referred to as documents. The application scenarios of MongoDB have different characteristics and range from the storage of large documents to high scalability. 

 

scalability 

All deployments are freely scalable upwards and downwards. 

Backup Integration 

We offer an automatic, agent-based backup configuration via a dashboard. 

Elastic

Based on Apache Lucene – a proven search engine for Java – Elasticsearch provides a variety of options for free text queries for indexing data and for administration via an HTTP/; RESTful interface. In addition, Elasticsearch Lucene expands with additional features such as clustering and monitoring. Extended tools for the evaluation and analysis of the indexed data (e. g. aggregations) are also provided. One of the most powerful features is the cluster capability of Elasticsearch. 

 

scalability 

All deployments are freely scalable upwards and downwards. 

Backup Integration 

We offer an automatic, agent-based backup configuration via a dashboard. 

Cassandra

Apache Cassandra, an Apache project, is a distributed database that can be used to manage large amounts of structured data on many commodity servers. Apache Cassandra offers features not comparable to relational databases and other NoSQL databases. Cassandra’s key benefits include continuous availability, linear scalability, ease of use and simple data distribution across multiple data centers and cloud availability zones. 

scalability

All deployments are freely scalable upwards and downwards. 

Backup Integration

We offer an automatic, agent-based backup configuration via a dashboard 

Compatibility

All our data services are based on the same standards. With our generic approach, both developers and administrators can deploy Data Services fully automatically and make any settings via the configuration options.