Data Analysis

Data Analysis

NextGen Solutions provide Data Analysis services for your businesses, entities, and institutions in the public and private sector

We know that it can be very difficult and cumbersome to create and manage a database. Here at NextGen Solutions we have the best expertise in all of those manners of database management, from Microsoft Access expertise to advanced knowledge of Structured Query Langugage. The manners of database organization and management are varied and complex, but fortunately we have all of them covered. US businesses lose approximately $600 billiion every year due to poor data management and to ensure that your business is always operating at peak efficiency, you need skilled employees managing your data.

Choosing NextGen Solutions among tech companies is a smart decision because we are an expert in:

  • ADABAS/Natural
  • DB2 Database
  • Essbase
  • IDMS
  • Ingres
  • Informix
  • Microsoft Access
  • Oracle Database
  • Relational Database (RDBMS)
  • Microsoft SQL Service
  • Structured Query Language (SQL)
  • And many more


  • Cloud Advisory and ConsultingĀ 
  • Cloud Application DevelopmentĀ 
  • Cloud Integration and Software Solutions
  • Sophisticated AWS Solutions and Implementation
  • Cloud Migration ServicesĀ 
  • Sophisticated AZURE Solutions Development
  • Additional services upon request

Example #1 Salesforce

Younger workers might find it hard to imagine that there was a time when employees could only access work files, messages, and systems from a terminal at the office that was daisy-chained to other computers in the network via physical cables. Software had to be installed manually on each computer. Company data was stored on large machines in a room or closet that had to be kept well-ventilated to prevent overheating. The loss or failure of a single device could be catastrophic.
Cloud computing is a way to access information and applications online instead of having to build, manage, and maintain them on your own hard drive or servers. It's fast, efficient, and secure.
It's also a little bit mysterious. Although most of us have been using the cloud for years, the question still echoes inside of many organizations: What is cloud computing?
Whether you'd like to understand it better yourself, or you're trying to help your organization use it more effectively, this guide can help. In it, you'll learn about:
The types of cloud computing
Why so many businesses are embracing cloud computing
How cloud computing keeps sensitive data secure
What the future of cloud computing might look like

Example #2 Akamai

Has very specified cloud computing services that outlines advantages and features clearly.
The wide range of services offered by cloud computing companies can be categorized into three basic types:
Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS). IaaS provides users access to raw computing resources such processing power, data storage capacity, and networking, in the context of a secure data center.
Platform as a Service (PaaS). Geared toward software development teams, PaaS offerings provide computing and storage infrastructure and also a development platform layer, with components such as web servers, database management systems, and software development kits (SDKs) for various programming languages.
Software as a Service (SaaS). SaaS providers offer application-level services tailored to a wide variety of business needs, such as customer relationship management (CRM), marketing automation, or business analytics.

Example #3 Nutanix

Visuals are very good and blocks the features of the services in a very understandable way

Also differentiates different subservices within cloud computing

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