A good data pipeline functions like the plumbing in your house: quietly, reliably, and in the background. But as with plumbing, you’ll want on-call professionals who can perform repairs in the event of a leak.
Our experts work around the clock to monitor and maintain data pipelines to help ensure your business-critical data is there when you need it, at the level of quality that you expect. Driven by proactive alerting, weekly account synchronization, and continues learning to fit your business needs.
Enterprise pipelines consist of everything from batch to streaming and structured to unstructured data sets. Landing on best practices and tools required to support each iteration of these pipelines introduces significant risk — leading to increased time, increased cost, prolonged incident response times, and root cause analysis that varies for each pipeline.
phData has extensive experience supporting and managing business critical applications on a 24×7 basis. In addition, phData is the key to unlocking critical future pipeline development by defining what elements a successful pipeline should implement and which best practices to follow. This leads to greater confidence in the development process and delivers higher quality results in the output.
In the world of data security, little mistakes can cause massive damage. Too many data teams rely on highly manual processes while lacking engineering experience or familiarity with the technologies they’re using — which is exactly how someone accidentally creates an over-permissive role or makes an Object Storage bucket public.
At phData, we understand enterprise security required to support ingestion, transformation, and reporting on all things Snowflake. Our security and governance processes, frameworks, and automation are used by the world’s largest companies to safeguard both their data and their brands — with controlled and defined processes for users, applications, and workspaces. And phData Tram covers the tooling you need, fully adhering to enterprise-tested standards and best practices.