The Datastack helps teams converge several data silos and integrated systems into a single secure framework to help them thrive in the new, fast-growing digital transformation era.
The “Data Stack” concept is a popular, unofficial term used in Big-Data sectors, which involves collecting and managing large amounts of data from varied sources in one place to provide meaningful business insights and analytics. But, there is a problem. This Data Stack concept is fast becoming outdated in the new digital transformation era – with an increasing number of industries converging into newer, more diverse, and more dynamic alignments than ever before.
This trend is the foundation of the new and emerging digital ecosystems in the coming years. In fact, many of our customers and partners pushed forward their 2025/2026 digital plans and fully deployed them by the end of last year! Hence, in 2021, we are on a mission to help as many enterprises as possible accelerate their digital transformation strategies and stay ahead of the competition.
We created Nebuli’s Datastack framework on the same principle of unifying data silos into a single omnichannel, except, we also converge several other layers of integrated services, such as software, UI/UX and data security, within the same channel. With all of the converged services within the framework, the Datastack can be integrated into existing applications, software packages and websites with ease as a single API-powered service package. For detailed step-by-step process of how the Datastack frame work is applied, please visit: https://nebuli.com/technology/datastack/
We built the Datastack framework with data versatility in mind. That is, helping teams and enterprises of all sizes to focus on consolidating their data silos and opening up the possibilities to work with public and open data within the same framework. Through the Datastack, Nebuli combines what is traditionally seen as separate services of data security, compression, modelling, classification, segmentation and knowledge discovery. Thus, unlocking undiscovered trends and opening new business opportunities.
Above all, with the Nebulised Data Layer, the core augmented intelligence layer within the Datastack framework, customers can be assured that their data privacy and intellectual property is intact.
With all of the converged services within the framework, the Datastack can be integrated into existing applications, software packages and websites with ease as a single API-powered service package. For our customers, this offers an unmatched, more accessible, personalised and faster cross-disciplinary and cross-regional data integrations and interoperability.
We created the Datastack as the core industry standard for market-agnostic Augmented Intelligence applications, particularly those that are built on human-centric and ethical models. At its core, the advantages of applying a human-centred design and partnership model are manifold and as we see it, augmented intelligence (with the Datastack) solves two key challenges that enterprises are facing.
The first is in decision making. Many enterprises simply lack the tech expertise to make informed decisions quickly. This is vital in the current climate, as by freeing up time spent on laborious tasks, augmented intelligence enables businesses to focus on creating value. It achieves this by simplifying the impossible process of extracting patterns and insights from big data pools. As a result, decision makers will benefit from new data strategies to smarter systems to full implementation of a new decision-making process.
Looking into the future, the upcoming industrial revolution powered by augmented intelligence takes this economic success to a whole new level. From our point of view at Nebuli, augmented intelligence powers, facilitates and accelerates the innovation and creation of opportunities uniquely associated with digital transformation markets and the ever closer post-digital era and Web3.0. This is achieved by bridging markets and technology sectors that are traditionally seen as “unrelated” — including, but not limited to, distributed ledgers (such as Blockchain), artificial intelligence, extended reality (XR), quantum Computing, IoT, transformative and many other emerging technologies (we call this the “technology collective”).