• Share
  • Email
  • Embed
  • Like
  • Save
  • Private Content
Delivering Big Data - By Rod Smith at the CloudCon 2013
 

Delivering Big Data - By Rod Smith at the CloudCon 2013

on

  • 225 views

Rod Smith

Rod Smith
Emerging Technologies
Business Development
IBM Emerging Technologies, jStart

Statistics

Views

Total Views
225
Views on SlideShare
225
Embed Views
0

Actions

Likes
0
Downloads
3
Comments
0

0 Embeds 0

No embeds

Accessibility

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Microsoft PowerPoint

Usage Rights

© All Rights Reserved

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment

    Delivering Big Data - By Rod Smith at the CloudCon 2013 Delivering Big Data - By Rod Smith at the CloudCon 2013 Presentation Transcript

    • Cloud & Big DataAnalyticsRod SmithVP EmergingTechnologyIBM Fellow
    • © 2010 IBM Corporation CloudCon Expo & Conference2AgendaIBM Emerging Technology - What Do We Do?What’s Changing from IT to Line of BusinessBusiness Solutions & Big DataDemoLessons We’re LearningQuestions & Comments
    • © 2010 IBM Corporation CloudCon Expo & Conference3Emerging Technology - What Do We Do?Innovation/collaborations intechnologies that we hope garnerbroad industry adoption in 12 -18month timeframeOur technology initiatives refinedbased on the marketplace &evolution of web technologiesVoice of the Customer- early &direct customer engagements(POCs) to iterate on both thetechnology & business value
    • © 2010 IBM Corporation CloudCon Expo & Conference4What’s Changing - Evolution of Computing WavesEach computing wave believes it started with a clean sheetEach wave opens up opportunity for solutions to integrate previous wave(s)......while leveraging better economics new technologies deliversComputing WavesComputing Waves Business OpportunityBusiness Opportunity How was it addressedHow was it addressed BuyersBuyers Unintended ConsequencesUnintended ConsequencesMainframeMainframe Need to lower HW costs Efficient apps as possible - efficiencymattered IT Customer apps - hard to maintain -Backlog of applicationsClient ServerClient Server Backlog of applicationsIncrease developer productivity(languages, tools, etc..)Object-oriented ProgrammingLOB Islands of AutomationOperations costs sky rocketedInternet Internet Islands of AutomationOperations costsScale out architecturesWeb serversStart Ups - newbusinesses“Boutique” internet businesses broughtcompetition to brick & mortarbusinessesWeb data & browser economicseBusinesseBusinessLeverage Internet togrow/expand businessWeb App ServersSOA - Integration ITdemocratization of data impactData as a natural resourceNo SQL & AnalyticsBig Data AnalyticsBig Data AnalyticsInsight & analytics forunstructured dataHadoop, NLP technologies, ML,customer analytics LOBInsights spark demand for unplanned,opportunistic LOB solutionsDial scalability or downCloud ComputingCloud ComputingLumpy workloadsContinuous business valueEmpowering small team forquick business impactSaaSSaaSPaaSPaaSIaaSIaaSLOBNext generationNext generationoperating environmentoperating environment
    • © 2010 IBM Corporation CloudCon Expo & Conference5What’s Changing - Hearing From LoB Customers• Next generation of LoB leadership tech savvy• Growing demand for next wave of line of business solutions - mobile, social & big dataanalytics today’s drivers• Continuous business value becoming a key metric Build - Measure - Learn, thenrepeat at the pace set by business opportunities• a la carte services enabling ROI transparency - services usage metrics can enabledifferent payment models“...I need solutions that canbe delivered, deployed in lessthan 6 days…”
    • © 2010 IBM Corporation CloudCon Expo & Conference6What’s Changing - Hearing From IT CustomersShadow IT expanding - againLoB hire boutiques development shops to build new wave of social, big data, mobileapplicationsBoutiques - legacy IT unencumbered - leverage born-on-the-web technologies,quicklyResulting solution meets LoB’s immediate needs but…... not IT’s architectures, integration, security, compliance, business controls ­ and they’re ugly on so many levels
    • © 2010 IBM Corporation CloudCon Expo & Conference7WeatherTwitterAnalyticsGeo-LocationHadoopTrafficIT leaders looking forward in leveraging transformational power ofcloud to balance optimization of existing systems & innovationIT beginning to factor in role of cloud to meet LoB opportunistic business needsWhat’s Changing - Hearing From IT CustomersSystems of EngagementSystems of Record
    • © 2010 IBM Corporation CloudCon Expo & Conference8WeatherIndustry NewsServicesAnalyticsGeo-LocationTwitterTrafficERP ServicesCRM ServicesHR ServicesLoyalty DataServicesSalesEnablementServicesWhat’s Changing - IT & LoB EvolutionCRM ServicesTraditional products are simply becoming windows into information-based,services-delivered value (How CIOs Can Keep In Step With CEOs ­ HBR Blog Network April 29th2013)API Economy - API accessible IT & business services available to 3rd partyinnovators composing solutionsEnabling ROI transparency - computing services raised to business level dialog
    • © 2010 IBM Corporation CloudCon Expo & Conference9Open cloud architectures evolving & emergingFabric, composition, catalogs, & services for cloud-centricsolutionsEnables the creation of new services & exposes services inexisting middleware portfolioNo distinction between where a service executes – simplifying modelExternal Ecosystemservicesanalytics commerce collaborationDevelopmentEnvironments &Catalogsdatastore mobile CRM ServiceopsERP ServiceTraditional Middleware­based WorkloadsAppServicesSaaSPaaSIaaSWorkload OrchestrationFlexibly & discipline in infrastructureComposition LayerFlexibly & discipline in patternsBusiness SolutionsFlexibly & rapid assembly of appsAPIAPI APIAPIAPIAPIAPIAPI APIAPI APIAPIAPI & Integration ServicesAPI & Integration ServicesDynamic Service Composition
    • © 2010 IBM Corporation CloudCon Expo & Conference10External Ecosystemservicesanalytics commerce collaborationDevelopmentEnvironments &Catalogsdatastore mobile CRM ServiceopsERP ServiceTraditional Middleware­based WorkloadsAppServicesSaaSPaaSIaaSWorkload OrchestrationFlexibly & discipline in infrastructureComposition LayerFlexibly & discipline in patternsBusiness SolutionsFlexibly & rapid assembly of appsAPIAPI APIAPIAPIAPIAPIAPI APIAPI APIAPIAPI & Integration ServicesAPI & Integration ServicesBusiness Solutions - Big Data
    • © 2010 IBM Corporation CloudCon Expo & Conference11Big Data - Your Car As A Data CenterFord Fusion 16 million lines ofcode~70 microprocessors connectedto hundreds of sensors andactuators that have thousandsof multiplexer signals.On-board processes supportedinclude customer safety,adaptive cruise control, andparallel parking assistImplications beyond drivingexperienceFord’s mission to employ design to deliver "a mobile digital lifestyle"
    • © 2010 IBM Corporation CloudCon Expo & Conference12New Health Care Applications“Medicine has become too complex. Only about 20% of the knowledge clinicians use today is evidence­based.” Steven ShapiroChief Medical & Scientific OfficerUniversity Pittsburgh Medical CenterHealthcare is “dying of thirst in an ocean of data”
    • © 2010 IBM Corporation CloudCon Expo & Conference13Healthcare - Use CaseWhat Really Causes Readmissions?Top 18 Indicators18. Jugular Venous Distention Indicator17. Paid by Medicaid Indicator16. Immunity Disorder Disease Indicator15. Cardiac Rehab Admit Diagnosis with CHF Indicator14. Lack of Emotion Support Indicator13. Self COPD Moderate Limit Health History Indicator12. With Genitourinary System & Endocrine Disorders11. Heart Failure History10. High BNP Indicator9. Low Hemoglobin Indicator8. Low Sodium Level Indicator7. Assisted Living (NLP only)6. High Cholesterol History5. Presence of Blood Diseases in Diagnosis History4. High Blood Pressure Health History3. Self Alcohol / Drug Use Indicator (Cerner + NLP)2. Heart Attack History1. Heart Disease HistoryNew Insights Uncovered by Combining Content and PredictiveAnalytics•LVEF and Smoking are significant indicators of CHF but not readmissions•Assisted Living and Drug and Alcohol Abuse emerged as key predictors(only found in unstructured data)
    • © 2010 IBM Corporation CloudCon Expo & Conference14Big Data For Crime FightingMemphis Police Department - Blue CRUSH(Criminal Reduction Utilizing Statistical History)crime-fighting methodologyEnables rich picture of the variouscircumstances surrounding a particular crime:•Where did it occur?•What was the weather?•What was the weather the day or week before? •Did the crime take place over a three­day weekend? •Was there a payday for government workers? •Was there a gun show at the local convention center? •Was there a recruitment day at a local university? 
    • © 2010 IBM Corporation CloudCon Expo & Conference15Demo
    • © 2010 IBM Corporation CloudCon Expo & Conference16Lessons We’re LearningShared nothing, stateless scale out cloud fabrics is not a suggestion of behavior,it’s enforcedEconomic equation flips from platform-centric integration being the most valuableasset to application-centric•Unbundling: When an app is deployed, the correct version of the runtime, frameworks, etcare deployed•Ability to dynamically retrieve the “right” versions of assets from code repositories a criticalfactorCloud-based economics are drastically better for this emerging class ofapplicationsSmall teams leveraging born on the cloud architectures deliversMixing fabric-based services & external services will introduce additionalconsiderations & complexity – work in progress understandingLoosely coupled architectures work from teamwork perspective – fewcoordination/status meetings, etc..
    • © 2010 IBM Corporation CloudCon Expo & Conference17Call To Action - Interested in Influencing Our Direction?jStart interested in collaborate on exploring howIBM’s emerging cloud approach can meetfuture business needsProgression:•Scenario Definition Workshop: jStart/IBM SoftwareServices architects & developers work with your teamto identify a candidate application for developing aproof of concept•Open Cloud Engagement: Over an ~8-10 weekperiod, collaborate with IBM to develop proof ofconcept on still-in-the-oven assets & technologyWant to get started today?Contact jStart: jstart@us.ibm.comor visit us at:http://ibm.com/cloudstart.
    • © 2010 IBM Corporation CloudCon Expo & Conference18Questions & Comments