Database Management

With the majority user share for mobile devices worldwide, it’s an important and powerful platform


Project42 Labs is always a step ahead in developing large databases with easy maintenance and enhanced security. We've mastered the development of databaseswith low repetition, low redundancy and data independence which increases the end-user productivity. We create well-structured database management systems with multi-user environment support and improved consistency to boost our client's business processes

Database Management

The cutting edge of data

Decent data management ultimately impacts the bottom line of business by increasing productivity, accuracy and reliability. It's a critical tool in analysis and decision making to optimize operations and provide a competitive edge to firms.

At Project42 Labs, we create the most optimized database management systems by analyzing the nature of applications and breaking data into logical pieces. The data warehouses we build are proficient to easily gather and analyze all kinds of data from various data sources. They're subject-oriented, time-variant and can maintain data integrity.

The valuable role of ETL

We use ETL (Extract, Transform, Load) tools to amass, read and migrate vast volumes of raw data from numerous sources. Later they load all these data into a database warehouse for ease of access. Operational resilience, augmented data cleansing and amplified business intelligence are some key windfalls of ETL tools.

Security first

Data security is crucial when it comes to preventing block attacks comprising ransomware and exploitation of data. Project42 Labs doesn't compromise the security of sensitive information of our clients and follows strict measures to deter data from being abused. We use database firewalls, encrypt data and audit and monitor database activity to enhance database security

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Use Cases for Databases

Databases are the foundation of any high-performance software product/ application. A great database architecture serves the same purpose as a blueprint for building under/ after construction.

We routinely perform AMCs for database maintenance, migration from one (legacy) database architecture to another (modern), migration of on-prem databases to on-cloud databases.

We design and build our databases that check for:

  1. Consistency: Refers to uniformity in architecture.
  2. Cascading: Maintain a parent-child relationship to maintain data hierarchy and prevent repetition.
  3. Redundancy: We normalize our databases to reduce database size. This allows complex databases to have a smaller footprint and also avoids duplication or repetition of data.
  4. Queries: Simple and fast queries that solve for time and computational complexity.
  5. Performance: Database is only built once the design solves for time and computational complexity.
  6. Maintenance: Well-designed databases are easier and more efficient to manage