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12 Days of Data Trends for 2013
 

12 Days of Data Trends for 2013

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In addition to the article posted on Forbes.com by our CMO, Rick White, he also created this slide deck to provide case studies validating the trends mentioned in the article. ...

In addition to the article posted on Forbes.com by our CMO, Rick White, he also created this slide deck to provide case studies validating the trends mentioned in the article.

You can see the full Forbes article here: http://www.forbes.com/sites/ciocentral/2012/12/14/the-12-days-of-data-trends-an-it-execs-outlook-for-2013/

Trends:

• Growth in Connected Mobile Devices Triggers Shift in Consumer Habits
• Apps Connect People Directly to Datacenters
• BUILDING & TESTING Consumer Trust in the Personal Cloud
• The Power of Big Data Impacts COMMUNITIES
• Software Defined Datacenter GROWTH
• BYOD Becomes a Battleground
• SAAS & Cloud APPs Trigger Smart Scale Out
• The CAMBRIAN Explosion Of mega databases
• Virtualization Enables RAPID Service Deployment
• VDI TAKES APPLICATIONS TO GO
• Growth IN NAND FLASH Capacity
•THE INTERNET OF THINGS CONNECTS OUR WORLD

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  • Growth in Connected Mobile Devices Triggers Shift in Consumer Habits Have someone hoping for a new tablet on your holiday shopping list ? Received holiday Instragrams instead of your traditional holiday cards? We’re all connecting more devices than ever before, and each of those are generating and consuming plenty of data. With more ways to connect, consumer behavior is already changing. One rapidly growing global phenomenon is the use of webstores as our primary shopping channels . Not only did we spend more online in the U.S. this year during post Thanksgiving shopping, but consumers in China spent a whopping $3 billion USD on Alibaba Group websites during Singles Day, China’s biggest shopping day of the year.
  • Apps Connect People Directly to Datacenters The growth in mobile computing means we are using cloud-connected apps to create and consume more data. Few of us drive to the store to buy software in a box anymore. In fact, it’s actually difficult to find software to buy at a brick and mortar store.  Instead, we all download directly from online services to get the software we want without ever having to leave your office or home.
  • Building and Testing Consumer Trust in the Personal Cloud Despite a few high profile surveys that cast doubt on consumer understanding of the cloud, if you take Facebook for an example, most consumers are comfortable with sharing content like their photos in the cloud. Cloud storage and collaboration tools will continue to grow in popularity as more of us grow accustomed to real time sharing through mobile “point of access” computing such as a tablets, and smart phones, So even though many are still confused by the buzz word “cloud,” we’re definitely showing the tech world we know how to use it.
  • The Power of Big Data Impacts Communities 2012 brought us the first real big data celebrity as FiveThirtyEight data scientist Nate Silver wowed the nation with his incredibly accurate predictions on the outcome of the U.S. presidential election. In addition, today’s weather modeling tools can accurately evaluated numerous factors , which played a key role in determining the strength of Hurricane Sandy’s impact on east coast residence. As communities continue to take advantage of these tools to inform millions on major events that impact our society, we will see more data-driven macro analysis – with better accuracy – deriving order out of the chaos of life on a planet inhabited by seven billion people.
  • Software Defined Datacenter Growth From networking to storage, the industry has been buzzing about the software defined datacenter, which offloads hardware complexity with powerful software. In 2013, we will see growing adoption of software defined solutions as IT leaders seek to reduce costs and gain the flexibility to scale or reassign resources in accordance with evolving business needs, as Colt Technologies explained in a talk on what the software defined datacenter means for the world in London this fall.
  • BYOD Becomes a Battleground Today’s mobile devices move us beyond traditional laptops and PCs . No more struggling with device driver problems, software patches, or updates. Today, our devices are portals into the cloud. Even the most complex software can now work seamlessly for us right out of the gate, rather than making us work for the software. Unfortunately, few companies can take on the expense of providing workers with tablets as well as personal computers, generating grounds for debate on the bring your own device trend . Corporations have to ensure they protect data to remain compliant, but with tight budgets and consumer preferences for choice in the devices they use, the BYOD discussion is likely to become an even bigger issue in 2013. 
  • SaaS and Cloud Apps Trigger Smart Scale Out If your business is building products, why divert from your core competency to develop in-house software tools when you can hire a company like Salesforce.com to deliver the services you need from the cloud? It’s likely that the specialists are doing it better , and that’s why cloud-based software will continue to grow in 2013.  Along with powerful tools for collaboration, security, and delivering performance in cloud-based software services will continue to separate the leaders in SaaS from the rest of the pack.
  • The Cambrian Explosion of Mega Databases Hadoop ushered in the era of the big data database, architected to distribute processing across servers instead of within storage. Following on Hadoop’s success, a number of mega databases are now emerging, including CloudBase , MongoDB , Aerospike , McObject , Cassandra , and even Microsoft’s SQL Server Hekaton project. These exciting new tools present innovative ways to tackle the challenge of big data and deriving insights from raw information that will continue to accelerate into 2013.
  • Virtualization Enables Rapid Service Deployment With servers becoming more and more powerful, virtualization is an ideal way for today’s data center to fully leverage server resources. New software solutions are emerging to allocate performance efficiently to the virtual machines so companies can scale much more quickly to rapidly deliver new products and services. This agility even increases the appeal of virtualization in the cloud, leading to greater adoption as companies seek efficient, budget friendly solutions to the data challenges of 2013 and beyond.
  •   VDI Takes Applications to Go Virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) promises to simplify the costs and complexity of managing hardware, and in 2013, growth in VDI will help applications follow users as they work and collaborate on the move with the device of their choice. Ensuring fast logins for these users is crucial to the success of VDI.  As an example, a colleague of mine mentioned how they waited about a minute at Heathrow airport while a retailer called tech support to reboot their VDI point of sale kiosk. As the reboot only took a minute, the salesperson didn’t get frustrated. My colleague didn’t lose patience, and the shop didn’t lose the sale. 
  • Growth in NAND Flash Capacities NAND flash capacity has doubled every year since 2002. Flash in our mobile devices has been growing for years, which is driving demand for flash in servers to accelerate the applications that power the other side of the Internet – the side behind our screens. This is leading to the separation of performance from capacity in datacenter architectures. More capacity in the server means more acceleration for the applications that matter most to businesses, and their customers, improving the ROI of flash to more IT departments around the world and making more customers happy.
  •   The Internet of Things Connects Our World Beyond tablets and smartphones, we're connecting other things to the Internet at unprecedented rates. Cars are connected through services like OnStar. Smart traffic lights are connected to flow with traffic patterns. Even soda machines tell distributers when they need a refill. As the Internet of Things grows, these not-so-obvious sources of big data become input devices where data is gathered, then analyzed to extract intelligence. It may not change the world if the soda machine at your transit stop knows everyone wants a diet drink on Mondays, unless you’re the unlucky customer who gets the “Sold Out” notice. Predicting consumer habits would certainly help that soda vendor keep customers from buying a competitive alternative.

12 Days of Data Trends for 2013 12 Days of Data Trends for 2013 Presentation Transcript

  • 12 DAYS OF DATA TRENDSCopyright © 2012 Fusion-io, Inc. All rights reserved.
  • GROWTH IN CONNECTED MOBILE DEVICES TRIGGER SHIFT IN CONSUMER HABITS C A S E S T U D Y: Delivering Gaming on the Go12 Days of Data Trends December 17, 2012 2
  • APPS CONNECT PEOPLE DIRECTLY TO DATACENTERS P R O O F P O I N T: Harnessing Flash Memory APIs12 Days of Data Trends December 17, 2012 3
  • BUILDING & TESTING CONSUMER TRUST IN THE PERSONAL CLOUD C A S E S T U D Y: Backing Up Data in the Cloud12 Days of Data Trends December 17, 2012 4
  • THE POWER OF BIG DATA IMPACTS COMMUNITIES P R O O F P O I N T: Accelerating Aggregate Knowledge12 Days of Data Trends December 17, 2012 5
  • SOFTWARE DEFINED DATACENTER GROWTH C A S E S T U D Y: Scaling Out Without a SAN Upgrade12 Days of Data Trends December 17, 2012 6
  • BYOD BECOMES A BATTLEGROUND C A S E S T U D Y: Secure VDI for Mobile Executives12 Days of Data Trends December 17, 2012 7
  • SAAS & CLOUD APPS TRIGGER SMART SCALE OUT C A S E S T U D Y: SAAS Help Desk Software12 Days of Data Trends December 17, 2012 8
  • THE CAMBRIAN EXPLOSION OF MEGA DATABASES C A S E S T U D Y: Kontera’s Fusion Powered MongoDB12 Days of Data Trends December 17, 2012 9
  • VIRTUALIZATION ENABLES RAPID SERVICE DEPLOYMENT C A S E S T U D Y: Virtualizing Microsoft Exchange12 Days of Data Trends December 17, 2012 10
  • VDI TAKES APPLICATIONS TO GO C A S E S T U D Y: VDI for IT College12 Days of Data Trends December 17, 2012 11
  • GROWTH IN NAND FLASH CAPACITY C A S E S T U D Y: Flash Powered ROI12 Days of Data Trends December 17, 2012 12
  • THE INTERNET OF THINGS CONNECTS OUR WORLD C A S E S T U D Y: Boosting CPU Efficiency12 Days of Data Trends December 17, 2012 13
  • V I S I T U S ATW W W. F U S I O N I O . C O M