Data Ponds is a web-based application that captures and analyzes data through interacting with the user, other applications, and the database itself. A general-purpose database, Data Ponds, is used to define, create, update, and manage databases. Users can use this web-based application to create their own databases to satisfy their business needs. It shows you the visual representation of your data on its simplified dashboard. Data Ponds is also used to manage those databases that have information about email, ecommerce, blogs, ebusiness and other online applications. This web-based application accepts the request for data and prompts the operating system to deliver the requested data.
The client required a web-based application that must have the ability and right to utilize valuable corporate data in a completely secured way. It should provide data and vendor autonomy, allowing the selection of a database for current and future use. The client also intended to incorporate a connectivity solution that can take advantage of all of the features of a company’s database; it must have the capability to connect to the database without the use of a proprietary web browser or server. Additionally, it must give support for transactions that encompass numerous HTTP requests.
The Data Ponds comprises the following features:
The significant challenge that came up was designing UI/UX as web apps are entirely different and must be responsive enough on the smaller screens; therefore, they must have intuitive navigation. Another difficulty that occurred was with the scalability and performance of Data Ponds; it must have the capability to balance different servers and their traffic.
Data Ponds consisted of the following technology stack:
Data Ponds aim to reduce the data redundancy, enables users of the database to share the data among themselves, maintain the data integrity and secure user’s data. This web-based application must increase end-user productivity and transform data into usable information, allowing quick, informed decisions that can make a difference between success and failure in the universal economy.