(PRWEB) March 22, 2016
SoCal Software Engineer, Scott Cliburn, is developing a customizable data storage solution that will adapt to most types of data. The dynamic platform will allow for extremely fast search capabilities while supporting large amounts of data storage.
While in the process of gathering funding for the project, the engineer showcases a delightful example of his platform’s use with a database of soon to be filled unusual Top Ramen recipes. But don’t be fooled… the real focus of this API enabled platform is that it will ultimately allow companies to explore and invest in the design, development and deployment of big data search and storage, with much less capital and much less intrusion to maintain. “Basically, I want to provide a platform that will allow any kind of business to search and store any type of data, without the maintenance costs that are usually associated with a growing business. I want it to grow with the company, ” stated Cliburn.
The platform will combine several different technologies, including PHP, Solr, Cassandra, and Redis, and it will have built-in support, which will enable the platform to grow as more content is added and larger search and storage needs are required. Another benefit: the platform will use the same software to create the API and the back-end storage, so it will be ready to ingest content without months of additional engineering.
Scott Cliburn is not new to this industry. He has been heavily involved with data search and storage for over 15 years now, and has worked with such companies as Dictionary.com, Ask.com, TMZ, Xbox.com (mobile), and AllDigital.com.
The new platform is already in the works, and Cliburn is raising funds via a Kickstarter campaign. Even without funding, he is very passionate about the project. “I’ve been doing this for a long time. I love efficiency and I love watching things work like clockwork. There IS an easier way for companies to manage their data and I plan to make that happen.”
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