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This webinar highlights DataStax's newest big data platform, DataStax Enterprise (DSE) 3.0. The webinar features DataStax CEO, Billy Bosworth; 451 Group research manager, Matt Aslett; and HealthCare ...

This webinar highlights DataStax's newest big data platform, DataStax Enterprise (DSE) 3.0. The webinar features DataStax CEO, Billy Bosworth; 451 Group research manager, Matt Aslett; and HealthCare Anytime CTO, Terrell Deppe. The three speakers will explain the importance of security and visual management tools when selecting a big data stack, and discuss how DSE 3.0 addresses these two key criteria.

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  • Valid Concerns: Data in Transit, in the Cloud, in Multiple Data CentersDataStax Enterprise 3.0 Solution:Integrated platformUnified security solution for Cassandra, Hadoop, and Solr.

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  • The drivers and challenges for NoSQLMatthew AslettResearch Director, Data Management and Analytics, 451 Research © 2013 by The 451 Group. All rights reserved
  • In a nutshell What has driven the development and adoption of NoSQL databases? How are they being used? What are the challenges for adopting NoSQL databases? How are these being addressed by the associated vendors? © 2013 by The 451 Group. All rights reserved
  • Company Overview  One company with 3 operating  200+ staff divisions  1,300+ client organizations:  Syndicated research, advisory, enterprises, vendors, service professional services, datacenter providers, and investment firms certification, and events  Organic and growth through  Global focus acquisition © 2013 by The 451 Group. All rights reserved
  • Unique combination of research, analysis & dataEmerging tech market segment focusDaily qualitative & quantitative insightAnalyst advisory & Go-to-market supportGlobal events © 2013 by The 451 Group. All rights reserved
  •  Matthew Aslett• Research Director, Data Management and Analytics matthew.aslett@451research.com www.twitter.com/maslett Responsible for data management and analytics research agenda Focus on operational and analytic databases, including NoSQL, NewSQL, and Hadoop With 451 Research since 2007 © 2013 by The 451 Group. All rights reserved
  • What has driven the development and adoption of NoSQL? NoSQL, NewSQL and Beyond • Assessing the drivers behind the development and adoption of NoSQL and NewSQL databases, as well as data grid/caching technologies • Released April 2011 • Role of open source in driving innovation • sales@the451group.com © 2013 by The 451 Group. All rights reserved
  • SPRAINED RELATIONAL DATABASESPhoto credit:Foxtongue on Flickrhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/foxtongue/4844016087/ © 2013 by The 451 Group. All rights reserved
  • Database SPRAIN The traditional relational database has been stretched beyond its normal capacity by the needs of high-volume, highly distributed or highly complex applications. There are workarounds – such as DIY sharding – but manual, homegrown efforts can result in database administrators being stretched beyond their normal capacity in terms of managing complexity. Scalability Performance Relaxed consistency Increased willingness to look towards Agility emerging alternatives Intricacy Necessity © 2013 by The 451 Group. All rights reserved
  • Necessity is the mother of NoSQL Hadoop and NoSQL innovation did not come from existing database and storage suppliers It came from Google, Amazon, Facebook, Yahoo, LinkedIn and open source communities… © 2013 by The 451 Group. All rights reserved
  • Necessity is the mother of NoSQL Hadoop and NoSQL innovation did not come from existing database and storage suppliers It came from Google, Amazon, Facebook, Yahoo, LinkedIn and open source communities… “We couldn’t bet the company on other companies building the answer for us.” – Werner Vogels, Amazon CTO © 2013 by The 451 Group. All rights reserved
  • Necessity is the mother of NoSQL Hadoop and NoSQL innovation did not come from existing database and storage suppliers It came from Google, Amazon, Facebook, Yahoo, LinkedIn and open source communities… “We couldn’t bet the company on other companies building the answer for us.” – Werner Vogels, Amazon CTO This has generated a new breed of data management start-ups, and it is continuing… Also significantly altered the relationship between customer and vendor, and changed the database landscape enormously © 2013 by The 451 Group. All rights reserved
  • Drivers for NoSQL adoptionSPRAIN… and: New capabilities for new Support for modern architectures languages/data formats  For many companies NoSQL  Including Java, JavaScript, databases are becoming a Erlang, Scala and Ruby, as well strategic choice for new as alternative data models application development such as document and graph projects designed to take models, as well as data advantage of distributed formats including JSON architectures and elastic infrastructure. © 2013 by The 451 Group. All rights reserved
  • Drivers for NoSQL adoptionSPRAIN… and: Suitability for agile Availability of cloud-based development services  NoSQL database technologies  NoSQL technologies were allow rapid development of ‘born of the cloud’ and the applications that persist data availability of NoSQL in simple, schema-free databases on other public, models, enabling developers private and hybrid cloud to focus their attention on platforms can be expected to core functionality, rather than drive adoption for new database schema modeling. application development. © 2013 by The 451 Group. All rights reserved
  • How are NoSQL databases being used?Web applications • social games • SaaS • e-commerce systems • clickstream analysis • ad and offer targetingEnterprise applications • event monitoring • sensor data • compliance and regulatory reporting • intelligence analysis • fraud detection © 2013 by The 451 Group. All rights reserved
  • How are NoSQL databases being used?Web applications • social games • SaaS • e-commerce systems • clickstream analysis • ad and offer targeting Interactive applications • random reads and writes • real-timeEnterprise applications • low, predictable latency • event monitoring • non-relational data • sensor data • compliance and regulatory reporting • intelligence analysis • fraud detection © 2013 by The 451 Group. All rights reserved
  • Challenges for NoSQL adoptionMySQL vs NoSQL and NewSQL: 2011-2015 Assessing the competitive dynamic Released May 2012 Including market sizing estimates for all three sectors Survey of 200+ database users © 2013 by The 451 Group. All rights reserved
  • Challenges for NoSQL adoption Perceived lack of Lack of buy-in at maturity/functionality purchasing level  NoSQL databases lack some of  While NoSQL databases are the features and functionality undoubtedly being embraced of incumbent relational by developers, databases – often by design. In understanding of their addition, NoSQL databases can be perceived as less mature in potential merits by terms of security, reliability enterprise decision-makers is and management capabilities. lacking at this stage. This is particularly true at the purchasing level in conservative businesses. © 2013 by The 451 Group. All rights reserved
  • Challenges for NoSQL adoption New approaches require Incompatible with existing investment in new skills applications/data formats  Later adopters are likely to be  Moving from a relational to a challenged when it comes to non-relational database finding people within their model and to new data organization with the skills to formats adds a layer of take advantage of NoSQL complexity that will naturally slow the adoption of NoSQL as a replacement for relational databases © 2013 by The 451 Group. All rights reserved
  • How are these being addressed by vendors? Perceived lack of Lack of buy-in at maturity/functionality purchasing level  Addition of security and  Same challenge faced by all reliability functionality over new technologies - MySQL time went through the same process  Improved management tooling  Developer adoption lays the foundations for vendor- relationships © 2013 by The 451 Group. All rights reserved
  • How are these being addressed by vendors? New approaches require Incompatible with existing investment in new skills applications/data formats  Balanced by interest in new  NoSQL database are largely development languages and being deployed for new data formats projects, or to augment relational database  Increased use of familiar data  Increased use of familiar formats and SQL-like interfaces and support for functionality and interfaces existing standards more familiar to relational DBAs © 2013 by The 451 Group. All rights reserved
  • Conclusions NoSQL development was driven by multiple factors, including scalability, performance, relaxed consistency, agility, intricacy, and most importantly necessity © 2013 by The 451 Group. All rights reserved
  • Conclusions NoSQL development was driven by multiple factors, including scalability, performance, relaxed consistency, agility, intricacy, and most importantly necessity Adoption drivers include new capabilities for new architectures, support for modern languages/data formats, suitability for agile development, and availability of cloud services © 2013 by The 451 Group. All rights reserved
  • Conclusions NoSQL development was driven by multiple factors, including scalability, performance, relaxed consistency, agility, intricacy, and most importantly necessity Adoption drivers include new capabilities for new architectures, support for modern languages/data formats, suitability for agile development, and availability of cloud services Adoption challenges include a perceived lack of maturity/functionality, lack of buy-in at purchasing level, need for new skills, and incompatibility with existing applications/data formats © 2013 by The 451 Group. All rights reserved
  • Conclusions NoSQL development was driven by multiple factors, including scalability, performance, relaxed consistency, agility, intricacy, and most importantly necessity Adoption drivers include new capabilities for new architectures, support for modern languages/data formats, suitability for agile development, and availability of cloud services Adoption challenges include a perceived lack of maturity/functionality, lack of buy-in at purchasing level, need for new skills, and incompatibility with existing applications/data formats Vendors are responding with security and reliability functionality, advanced tooling, SQL-like functionality and interfaces © 2013 by The 451 Group. All rights reserved
  • Thank you. matthew.aslett@451research.com @maslettPhoto credit: swisscan on Flickr http://bit.ly/HCZCRQ © 2013 by The 451 Group. All rights reserved
  • 5 Years Ago: “A One-Size-Fits-All” World Line of Business Line of Business Line of Business Application Application Application SQL Oracle MySQL Server
  • Security Well Understood Line of Business Line of Business Line of Business Application Application Application SQL Oracle MySQL Server
  • Today’s Online Applications Line of Line of Line of Business Business Business Application Application Application DataStax Enterprise SQL Oracle MySQL Server • Scalable • Available • Operationally Simple
  • Barrier to Adoption: Chief Security Officer
  • Data in Transit: The Cloud & Multi Data Centers
  • Security in DataStax Enterprise 3.0• Most comprehensive security feature set of any NoSQL database - Internal authentication - External authentication - Permission management - Transparent data encryption DataStax Enterprise - Data auditing - Client to node encryption
  • Enterprises Demand Manageability• Point-and-click through backup and restore• Create and edit new objects• Monitor all platforms from a single pane of glass
  • Visit DataStax.com for Resources• Customer Success: Healthcare Anytime http://datastax.com/healthcareanytime• Advanced Security Webinar, May 22 http://learn.datastax.com/AdvancedSecuritywith DataStaxGazzang.html• What’s New DataStax Enterprise 3.0http://www.datastax.com/resources/whitepapers/wha ts-new-in-dse3
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  • Cassandra
  • Cassandra Hadoop
  • Cassandra Solr Hadoop
  • Cassandra Solr HadoopDataStax Enterprise (DSE) 3