We provide 24x7 monitoring and response to correct performance, availability, change requests, data migration and incident for your databases. You get the expertise, availability and best practices from a team of DBA's backed by proven infrastructure support service. Using certified experts, systems and processes, we proactively manage your database environments on an ongoing basis to help you operate efficiently, predictability & securely with less overhead.
We manage, maintain & optimize your critical Oracle systems. Our DBAs have high expertise with Oracle database technology, RAC, Exadata, ODA, Goldengate and Oracle Middleware, data migrations and patching strategies. This includes Oracle Cloud
We have years of experience in all aspects of SQL-Server databases. We have extensive knowledge of backup & recovery, restore, performance tuning high availability solutions and AAG, replication and log shipping, patching and data migrations.
Expert administration support for MySQL, Percona Server, and MariaDB with various clustered solutions. We follow industry best practices with performance and backup & recovery; scaling, high availability (HA) design to meet application requirements.
We provide architecture and design advice, project assistance, clustering, database tuning and performance optimization for your MongoDB environment. BraveSoft will provision machines, configure replica sets and sharded clusters, and upgrade your MongoDB deployment
Free yourself from the complexity of infrastructure and database management of PostgreSQL options with the benefits of a fully managed service. Patching, performance investigation and tuning, backup and recovery and slave setup will allow your Postgres to meet business goals.
We allow firms to focus on the data analysis aspects of Big Data without the necessity of managing a Hadoop environment. Hadoop deployment involves configuring, deploying and managing a Hadoop cluster. This include backup/recovery, automated upgrades, data security tools and technical support, among others.
Solve your complex database challenges at scale with managed databases on the cloud. We businesses of all sizes initiate, optimize and manage databases on their chosen infrastructure: Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft® Azure® and Single-tenant hosting for the highest levels of performance and uptime.
Microsoft offers cloud-based database on Azure which has become a popular cloud platform for BraveSoft clients. Through our DBAs and comprehensively monitoring solution we can manage thousands of VMs, PaaS workloads, applications and manage databases deployed on Azure. We also monitor cost & resources to track cloud costs.
Amazon offers a broad suite of cloud DBMS services. BraveSoft provides Amazon RDS support and management services including provisioning, implementation, migration and ongoing administration and monitoring support.
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Comprehensively monitor all your applications and databases in minutes. Our monitors will automatically discover your apps, including databases.
BraveSoft Monitoring as a Service is a powerful monitoring and reporting platform that provides a unified solution to monitor all of your Managed servers, devices and applications on one powerful platform, with a single pane of glass for all your graphs, forecasts and alerts on your critical infrastructure.
The BraveSoft LM monitoring platform easily fits into your IT environment with minimum configuration. The collector automatically recognizes devices in your infrastructure and immediately beings collecting performance metrics for your network equipment, storage, databases, servers, hypervisors, and applications.
The BraveSoft LM team builds in the monitoring configuration and alert thresholds for your Managed Hosting environment so that you don’t have to. Its capabilities allow you to review critical performance metrics and event alerts so that any potential problems with your applications or infrastructure can be resolved faster. The service is deployed by using an agentless SNMP and WMI monitoring system powered by LM.
The Monitoring platform is highly redundant with strategically placed redundant collector clusters in BraveSoft LM data centers ensuring no single point of failure in the monitoring platform.
The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (also known as PCI DSS) is a proprietary information security standard administered by the PCI Security Standards Council, which was founded by American Express, Discover Financial Services, JCB International, MasterCard Worldwide and Visa Inc.
PCI DSS applies to all entities that store, process or transmit cardholder data (CHD) and/or sensitive authentication data (SAD) including merchants, processors, acquirers, issuers, and service providers. The PCI DSS is mandated by the card brands and administered by the Payment Card Industry Security Standards Council.
So how can an organization comply with PCI DSS requirements? PCI DSS compliance and cyber security systems requires you to be able to handle numerous requirements on your PCI DSS compliance checklist, including:
Founded in 2007, HITRUST Alliance is a not-for-profit organization whose mission is to champion programs that safeguard sensitive information and manage information risk for organizations across all industries and throughout the third-party supply chain. In collaboration with privacy, information security and risk management leaders from both the public and private sectors, HITRUST develops, maintains and provides broad access to its widely adopted common risk and compliance management and de-identification frameworks; related assessment and assurance methodologies; and initiatives advancing cyber sharing, analysis and resilience.
HIPAA stands for Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, which is a set of regulations concerning the handling of medical information, including privacy and security. The regulation requires that any companies handling healthcare data, from hospitals to insurance companies, must comply with HIPAA security standards when transmitting and storing electronic protected health information (ePHI).
Compliance with HIPAA standards is required of all healthcare businesses due to the sensitive nature of information handled by these companies. A single attack on a health-related business can result in lost or stolen data that has broad ramifications on the health, safety and financial security of patients, and these attacks are becoming both more frequent and more aggressive. Failing to comply with HIPAA standards can result in severe consequences for healthcare businesses, including:
These factors mean HIPAA compliance is an absolute must. While these regulations won’t protect against all threats your healthcare business might face, they pose a strong baseline off of which your business can build. The first step, however, is to achieve HIPAA compliance.
What is SOC?
Developed by the AICPA, SOC 2 is specifically designed for service providers storing customer data in the cloud. That means SOC 2 applies to nearly every SaaS company, as well as any company that uses the cloud to store its customers’ information.
Before 2014, cloud vendors only had to meet SOC 1 (SSAE 16) compliance requirements. Now, any company storing customer data in the cloud must meet SOC 2 compliance requirements in order to minimize risk and exposure to that data.
It’s considered a technical audit, but it goes beyond that: SOC 2 requires companies to establish and follow strict information security policies and procedures, encompassing the security, availability, processing, integrity, and confidentiality of customer data. SOC 2 ensures that a company’s information security measures are in line with the unique parameters of today’s cloud requirements. As companies increasingly leverage the cloud to store customer data, SOC 2 compliance is becoming a necessity for a wide variety of organizations.