OpenDataSoft, the Open Data leader, is developing an online platform designed for the rapid and economical transformation of all types of data into innovative services.
Provided in SaaS (Software as a Service) mode, the OpenDataSoft solution enables public and private organizations to build data portals to be used either on-premise, or in public mode within the framework of open data projects.
This solution facilitates the publication, viewing, sharing and re-use of API (Application Programming Interface) data by business users with no volume limit.
(Video in French)
“3DS OUTSCALE is a partner that meets our clients’ requirements (…). Having a French partner, under French law, that hosts its data in France, is an undeniable advantage.”
David THOUMAS, Co-founder and Technical Director of OpenDataSoft.
- To offer its clients rapid deployment of their data portal via access to an online platform, simply through a web browser, at competitive subscription costs.
- Freeing up resources dedicated to heavy infrastructure management in order to devote all time to the platform’s ongoing improvement.
- Responding better to traffic peaks (more intensive use of datasets published by customers, publication of larger data volumes at a given time, etc.).
- Coordinating the rapid increase in the number of platform users and organizing their distribution on different servers.
3DS OUTSCALE has enabled OpenDataSoft to access virtual computer resources on demand in a few seconds, and to automatically deploy resources via APIs that are compatible with market standards.
Based on secure, certified infrastructure, the services put in place by 3DS OUTSCALE have enabled OpenDataSoft to have Cloud resources abroad, which can be deployed immediately with total ease.
Via the 3DS OUTSCALE Cloud orchestrator tool, TINA OS, OpenDataSoft has taken control of the management of its computer resources.
- No machine installation
- Automated deployments and regular feature upgrading with APIs
- Servers that are always up to date, simply by restarting virtual machines, with no concerns about the hardware considerations involved
- Possibility of temporarily adding greater computing power, at a minimal cost and with no impact on data publication and export quality of service