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TSM Development

Overview

TSM (Trusted Service Management) is a critical infrastructure in the FinTech ecosystem nowadays. It requires high security, high performance, rapid scalability, high availability and agile development to meet the necessities of both the field and regulations.

Scalable

We provide solutions that are scalable in every aspect. In today's world it is more than wrong to have an application layer onscalable on demand. Quick deployment and universal technologies is a must when it comes to TSM development.

Open Source Technologies

We love GNU, and we love Linux. Moreoever we love the open source community. Unless it is inevitable, we always choose open source technologies on all aspect: the operating system, the databases, backup solutions, replication methods, compilers and such. You only pay for the technology that shares it methodologies, avoid paying for dark magic.

Secure and Robust

With a lot of security experience, we always pentest our applications and deployments on network and application layers. Avoiding unnecessary encryption is onething, skipping the encryption is another. We also stress test our applications, keep a track of test code covarage, and always line profile the code to find bottle necks to ensure you get most out of your infrastructure.

High Available

TSM designing and management requires high available environments. We have a vast experience of designing system with multiple database nodes, scalable applications, Global Server Load Balancers, different types of VPN tunnels, BGP routing, efficiently migrating huge datasets and more. Don't forget that scalability and regular backups does not mean meeting high available needs.

PCI Compliance

As a PCI-DSS consulting company, and the developer of PCI Checklist, we know exactly what you need to possess and maintain challenging certificates. In every step of developing and architechting your system, let the experts see the necessary steps beforehand.

Custom Network Protocols

Not every regulation sticks with the default Network/Application Protocols such as HTTP or TLS. If you are having trouble adapting to a certain protocol or encryption standard on both the Network/Application layer or with HSM's (Hardware Security Modules), we can help you with that.

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