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Ivari

Enterprise Data Lake

Insurance
case study

Business Impacts

Accelerated and Seamless Cloud Adoption

Enhanced Security Compliance

Flexibility and Control over Data Analytics and Reporting

Customer Key Facts

  • Country : Canada
  • Industry : Insurance

Problem Context

Ivari, a Canadian Insurance company based out of Toronto, used a managed services approach for their IT team and a third-party vendor to maintain their data. They were heavily invested in Microsoft services and wanted to familiarize themselves with AWS to explore capabilities like data replication, data processing, analytics, and reporting to migrate their data.

Challenges

  • Replicating data from a third-party repository and processing it for enterprise consumption.
  • Integration of on-prem resources with the cloud and the integration of Amazon Quicksight with a web application for reporting requirements.
  • Security and regulatory compliance with AWS VPC and IAM.

Technologies Used

AWS S3

AWS S3

AWS Glue

AWS Glue

Athena

Athena

AWS QuickSight

AWS QuickSight

AWS CloudTrail

AWS CloudTrail

AWS IAM & IAM Analyzer

AWS IAM & IAM Analyzer

AWS Direct Connect & AWS Cage

AWS Direct Connect & AWS Cage

AWS Secrets Manage

AWS Secrets Manage

Build a Foundational Data Lake on AWS

Solution

Quantiphi collaborated with Ivari to build a Foundational Data Lake on AWS. We replicated data from the third-party repository and processed it for enterprise consumption. We helped the team to integrate on-prem resources with the cloud and Amazon Quicksight with a web application for reporting requirements. We also explored AWS Glue and Amazon Athena capabilities for data processing. Currently, Quantiphi is working to deploy the solution to a production environment.

Result

  • Enabled utilization of advanced analytics capabilities that are now standard in the industry with ease as our solution is integrated with the enterprise's existing Microsoft Azure platform.

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