Data Management

Data is everywhere. Every time users interact with your website business critical data is produced. Managing that data is more than just “store and ignore.” Whether to customize and improve a user’s experience or optimize manufacturing processes, the purpose of that data is to enable better business decisions. For Internet-based businesses, the data can be overwhelming. We have the experience and expertise necessary to harness the data to work for your business instead of against it. We work with every technology imaginable — if you can put data in it, we’ve seen it.

Data management is more than just using data to answer questions. We work with you to develop and implement disaster recovery strategies that match your business requirements.

Every six hours, the architectures we manage handle over a billion page requests. We provide 24x7 management of over two hundred terabytes of data on hundreds of servers distributed around the world. We provide strategic advice and tactical assistance on data management efforts on over two petabytes of information.

Big? Fast? Mission-critical? Yes, we’ve seen all that before. This allows us to keep our focus on you.

What Others Say

We came to OmniTI seeking an outsourced technology solution and have instead found a collaborative partner. There are a multitude of IT providers available — what sets OmniTI apart is their intuitive understanding of our business requirements. Putting the mission critical aspects of a high volume (35 million members, over 1 Billion data sets, 25 million daily emails, 1 Billion annual transactions) database marketing system like FreeLotto in the hands of outsiders raises a multitude of daunting concerns. These guys identify issues before they surface AND develop creative, economical solutions that work — on time and on budget. We expect this ideal partnership will continue to grow as we expand our product offerings.

~ Kevin J. Aronin, Chairman and CEO, PlasmaNet, Inc. — home of FreeLotto.

Related Books We’ve Written

  • Scalable Internet Architectures by Theo Schlossnagle
  • Advanced PHP Programming by George Schlossnagle
  • MySQL Administrator's Guide by Mike Hillyer
  • Beginning PHP and PostgreSQL 8 by Jason Gilmore and Robert Treat