The grand idea the guys from Qubinets presented us was not easy to comprehend at the first glance. The ability to understand big data, to draw a conclusion and take action that corrects and/or improves the system is priceless and, perhaps more importantly, extremely expensive and is a privilege of the few. Well, Qubinets team had tackled these issues before and have now decided to try and make it available to all of us.
A platform being developed right now is intended for automation of deployment and maintenance of the big data infrastructure. To make it manageable for DevOps in each company it provides a graphical interface (no-code) to define the architecture of the system and thus really one can make sense of it. The idea is that Qubinets deploys a system that ingests logs and metrics of an existing enterprise system (telecom, banking, pharmaceutical). Additionally, based on those metrics, their systems can provide or suggest actions on its own to improve. This one isn’t easy to explain, the same as big data isn’t. Luckily, the Qubinets guys are here to help.