More information is available on request, in a formal document.
The below provides a summary of key data points.
Disaster recovery and backups
- Gmaven runs on a combination of AWS, ElasticSearch and MongoDB.
- Depending on the data, it is backed up
- In 4 hour snapshots, stored for 4 days, with daily snapshots stored every week
- In 6 hour snapshots, stored for 5 days, as above
- In 8 hour snapshots, stored for 4 days, as above
- Daily snapshots, stored for 7 days, as above
Gmaven employs transport layer security, network isolation, private listening ports, firewalls. Best practices are applied to VPN access, operating system security, code level security, and user authentication.
Wherever possible, all data is mastered, with wizards and fuzzy matching on various fields used to prevent users from adding duplicate data asset. All data is soft-deleted. All data changes are assigned to a user, and time-stamped. Data asset audit logs are maintained and available against each data asset. Gmaven has slice and dice data audit functionality available to all users.
Gmaven has been in operation since 2010, with informal system development extending to 2006. Team members possess deep domain IP, accounting, collectively, for c.90 years experience in CRE software and data. Gmaven is the only organisation to be awarded IDC grant funding under the Special Programme for Industrial Innovation in 2011 (project number 201112150) to continue and commercialise research relating to its data processing competencies in the CRE space. Gmaven is not a “body shop” – the code assets that Gmaven builds are developed in accordance with ISO 9126 objectives, and Gmaven’s business model is built on servicing its CRE customers over the long term.
Gmaven is proud of a track record of successful implementations in the CRE industry, and boasts a growing community of happy, and successful, customers – ranging from credible brokerages, to property funds, to CRES professionals.