Continue maintaining your existing in-house databases.
Oracle, MySQL, SQL server, MariaDB, MS Access.
Native Team Collaboration
Multu-user access to in-house data centers.
Risk Shell Data Extension
Any proprietary data and asset classes.
DATA BRIDGE HIGHLIGHTS
Many institutions use in-house developed data centers and own databases.That is why, as a part of our custom development program, we offer multiple options of integrating local end-user databases with Risk Shell. Using our data bridge solutions clients can continue maintaining their existing databases and utilize the power of Risk Shell analytics over their current data sets.
Furthermore, we offer even a more cost effective solution - to migrate existing in-house databases to Risk Shell data centers and maintain them there. The key points of our database integration programs can be summarized as follows:
- Tailored technical solutions for complex environments.
- A fast turnaround time. A typical data bridge implementation takes 2-3 weeks.
- A broad range of commercial databases supported.
- Encrypted data transmission.
- An optional dedicated server hosting to satisfy most rigorous security protocols (Custom Deployment).
- Use Risk Shell analytics with any proprietary data and asset classes not currently supported.
- Team collaboration benefits: use Risk Shell as an access hub for multi-user environments.
Custom database integration is a preferred choice for large institutions with established proprietary databases when keeping the existing data infrastructures is essential. Otherwise, clients can utilize a more simple option of working with user-defined data - the Risk Shell native Custom Data component (see Custom Data Sets).
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