NextBeyond Big Data:   Riding theTechnology Wave                   Ira A. (Gus) Hunt            Chief Technology Officer
Profound Changeis under way               1
Social   Mobile         Cloud                 2
3
4
Altered the    Flowof Information                 5
Nano   Bio       Sensors                 6
7
The Internet of Things                    8
Big Data           9
TheProblem          10
Our Problem: Which 5K1   Don’t know the future value of a dot today2   We cannot connect dots we             don’t have3  ...
New ComputingArchitectures                12
New Fields of Expertise    Data ScientistInformation Engineer                       13
6,998,329,787  is a small number                      14
High Noon     in theInformation Age                  15
It is nearly within our grasp  to compute on all human    generated information                            16
FaceBook> 1 billion users by      August                       17
The inanimate is rapidly    becoming sentientSmarter Planet  Cars drive themselves     Machines know your needs           ...
3 rd   Wave of ComputingLearning Machines        Watson                    19
Technology is movingfaster than government     can keep up                         20
How can we successfullynavigate and operate in this       new world??                           21
Our Approach1   Know the Business2   Set an overarching Strategy3   Establish a Framework for execution4   Fund and Implem...
Our MissionWe are the nations first line of defense. We accomplishwhat others cannot accomplish and go where otherscannot ...
4 Big Bets1      Big   Data             – Acquire, federate, and position for multiple constituencies to securely         ...
5 Key Technology Enablers1   Advanced     Mission Analytics                 –   World-class abilities to discover patterns...
Our Accelerated Technology                      Adoption Process1   Discover the Opportunities       (100)2   Evaluate cla...
Discover Active External EngagementVCs                 Mission LinkCommercial Labs    Tech ConnectGovernment Labs       IC...
Evaluate   Unclassified and Classified Evaluation                 FacilitiesiLab—unclassified, lots of data, variablehardw...
Pilot        Real Problems, Real Users,           Focused OutcomesI2—the original IC “Cloud” proof of concept pilotMass An...
Implement        Becoming part of our DNA            It’s not just about Technology People and skills Architecture Gove...
ClosingThoughts           31
Challenges Ahead• It’s all about speed, latency breeds contempt• Build a continuous      learning organization•   Embrace ...
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Gus Hunt, CTO of the CIA presentation at the 2012 Government Big Data Forum.

Mr. Hunt currently serves as the Chief Technology Officer for the Chief Information Officer at the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). In this capacity, Mr. Hunt is responsible for setting the strategic technology direction to enable CIA's missions, for driving the rapid insertion and adoption of new capabilities to keep pace with technology change in the commercial sector, and for engaging actively across the IC to share and communicate IT solutions.

Mr. Hunt joined the CIA in 1985 as an analyst and subsequently served in varied technical leadership roles including Director of Applications Services, Director of Architecture and Systems Engineering (ASE), Chair of the CIA Architecture Review Board and the Architecture and Systems Engineers Occupational Panel, and Chief of the CIO's Advanced Technology Group within the Directorate of Intelligence (DI). Mr. Hunt also served as Chief of Research and Development for the Director of Central Intelligence's (DCI) Crime and Narcotics Center and Deputy Chief of the Operations Support Group in the DCI's Non-Proliferation Center.

Before joining the Agency in 1985, Mr. Hunt spent seven years in the private sector as an Aerospace Engineer designing advanced manned space flight systems and satellite orbital transfer vehicles. He holds a ME in Civil/Structural Engineering from Vanderbilt University and is married with two grown children.

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Perspectives on Big Data Mission and Needs Gus Hunt CIA CTO

  1. 1. NextBeyond Big Data: Riding theTechnology Wave Ira A. (Gus) Hunt Chief Technology Officer
  2. 2. Profound Changeis under way 1
  3. 3. Social Mobile Cloud 2
  4. 4. 3
  5. 5. 4
  6. 6. Altered the Flowof Information 5
  7. 7. Nano Bio Sensors 6
  8. 8. 7
  9. 9. The Internet of Things 8
  10. 10. Big Data 9
  11. 11. TheProblem 10
  12. 12. Our Problem: Which 5K1 Don’t know the future value of a dot today2 We cannot connect dots we don’t have3 The old collect, winnow, dissem model fails spectacularly in the Big Data world The few cannot know the needs of the manySecure the data, Connect the data, Empower the user
  13. 13. New ComputingArchitectures 12
  14. 14. New Fields of Expertise Data ScientistInformation Engineer 13
  15. 15. 6,998,329,787 is a small number 14
  16. 16. High Noon in theInformation Age 15
  17. 17. It is nearly within our grasp to compute on all human generated information 16
  18. 18. FaceBook> 1 billion users by August 17
  19. 19. The inanimate is rapidly becoming sentientSmarter Planet Cars drive themselves Machines know your needs 18
  20. 20. 3 rd Wave of ComputingLearning Machines Watson 19
  21. 21. Technology is movingfaster than government can keep up 20
  22. 22. How can we successfullynavigate and operate in this new world?? 21
  23. 23. Our Approach1 Know the Business2 Set an overarching Strategy3 Establish a Framework for execution4 Fund and Implement with Intent
  24. 24. Our MissionWe are the nations first line of defense. We accomplishwhat others cannot accomplish and go where otherscannot go. We carry out our mission by: Collecting information that reveals the plans, intentions and capabilities of our adversaries and provides the basis for decision and action. Producing timely analysis that provides insight, warning and opportunity to the President and decisionmakers charged with protecting and advancing Americas interests. Conducting covert action at the direction of the President to preempt threats or achieve US policy objectives.
  25. 25. 4 Big Bets1 Big Data – Acquire, federate, and position for multiple constituencies to securely exploit. Grow the haystack, magnify the needles.2 Operational Excellence – Innovate infrastructure operations and provisioning, create an authoritative source on our asset base, and run IT like a business.3 Serve CIA by supporting the IC – Assume a leadership role in IC activities that matter to CIA – Build capabilities assuming they will be shared4 Talent Management – Focus on continuous learning and diversity of thought, experience, background
  26. 26. 5 Key Technology Enablers1 Advanced Mission Analytics – World-class abilities to discover patterns, correlate information, understand plans and intentions, and find and identify operational targets in a sea of data2 Enterprise Widgets and Services – A customizable, integrated and adaptive webtop that lets analysts, ops officers, and targeters to ―have it their way‖.3 Security – as a Service One environment, all data, protected and secure using common security services such as: ubiquitous encryption, enterprise authentication, audit,4 DRM, secure ID propagation, and Gold Version C&A. Enterprise Data Management--the Data Harbor – An ultra-high performance data environment that enables CIA missions to acquire, federate, and position and securely exploit huge volumes data.5 Cloud Computing – Ruthlessly standardized, rigorously automated, dynamic and elastic commodity computing environment. Massive capacity ahead of demand. Speed for mission need.
  27. 27. Our Accelerated Technology Adoption Process1 Discover the Opportunities (100)2 Evaluate claims versus Reality (30)3 Pilot with the Mission (10)4 Implement (5)
  28. 28. Discover Active External EngagementVCs Mission LinkCommercial Labs Tech ConnectGovernment Labs IC PartnersIn-Q-Tel Other AgenciesUSG Contractors UniversitiesTech Expo Road TripsShowcase Contracts
  29. 29. Evaluate Unclassified and Classified Evaluation FacilitiesiLab—unclassified, lots of data, variablehardwareEval—high-side, on-desktop, real data, realusers, defined hardwareNEAT—contracting mechanism to bring incapabilities from non-traditional vendors
  30. 30. Pilot Real Problems, Real Users, Focused OutcomesI2—the original IC “Cloud” proof of concept pilotMass Analytics Cloud (MAC)—high-side, big-data, real problemsTraining—Cloudera, Hadoop, Developing for theCloudRoad Trips—expose the pilot teams to bestpractices across sectors
  31. 31. Implement Becoming part of our DNA It’s not just about Technology People and skills Architecture Governance Process Ruthless Standardization Complete change in Applications Development— think small, think horizontal Costing models Contracting models
  32. 32. ClosingThoughts 31
  33. 33. Challenges Ahead• It’s all about speed, latency breeds contempt• Build a continuous learning organization• Embrace continuous change• Agility--become an ―Ahead of‖ organization• Software licensing—metered services and use, not ELAs
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