What's Next with Government Big Data

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Big Data continues to be a hot topic in government. Now it's time to take the discussion to the next level. Most agencies understand Big Data and are collecting large amounts of data, but the challenge of how to manage it still remains.

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  • Note to Presenter : Use this presentation to introduce prospects and customers to the benefits of Isilon scale-out NAS. According to recent IBM estimates, there are exponentially-growing amounts of unstructured data, projected to exceed 5 exabytes every 10 minutes by the end of 2013. Likewise, there are a rapidly growing number of people who believe that over the next few years harnessing this “big data” and transforming it into knowledge will lead to better decisions, which will in turn transform society and our federal government. Current estimates from Deltek, a market research, analysis and reporting firm, projects demand for such big data solutions will grow from $4.9B in FY2012 to $7.2B by 2017, and EMC Isilon is well situated to address this market demand.
  • We ’ll start with a look at Big Data in the enterprise.
  • Note to Presenter : View in Slide Show mode for animation. We hear a lot about Big Data, but sometimes the definition isn ’t clear. Here is a useful definition of Big Data from Wikipedia: Big Data is data that challenges the capabilities of a system to capture, manage, and process it within a tolerable elapsed time. In the context of today ’s presentation, two key attributes that we’ll be discussing is the volume of data and the composition of the data. In terms of “volume,” we’ll focus on the multi-terabyte to multi-petabyte range. And for “composition,” we’ll focus primarily on unstructured, file-based data. In this context, Big Data includes audio, video, graphics, images, and enterprise file data sets such as office files, home directories, VMDKs, and large-scale file archives. Isilon supports all kinds of unstructured and file-based data.
  • This slide shows the rapid growth of data stored by organizations as projected by IDC in its 2011 White Paper. This phenomenon is affecting organizations in virtually all industry segments and a wide range of enterprise use cases. In addition to the rapid growth of data, this research also shows a remarkable shift in the composition of data being generated and stored—the shift from traditional “block-based” data to unstructured, file-based data. Note to Presenter : Click now in Slide Show mode for animation. IDC projects that by 2013, 80 percent of all incremental storage capacity required by organizations will be for file-based data. Note to Presenter : IDC White Paper can be found here: http://h18006.www1.hp.com/storage/pdfs/4AA3-4945ENW.pdf
  • The rapid growth of Big Data is a major concern for many CIOs. In fact, a recent Gartner study showed that addressing the challenges of data growth, system performance, and scalability are the top concerns of CIOs. Note to Presenter : Click now in Slide Show mode for animation. According to a recent ESG (Enterprise Strategy Group) study, these concerns are driving most organizations—more than 80 percent—to adopt scale-out storage for their Big Data needs. With this as a background, let ’s now look at Isilon scale-out storage. Note to Presenter : Gartner report can be found here: http://www.gartner.com/id=1456135 (abstract only) ESG report can be found here: http://www.esg-global.com/market-reports/scale-out-nas-driving-value-for-rapidly-growing-file-based-storage-environments/
  • These are prime examples of data-intensive industries where Isilon storage systems have been proven to deliver significant customer benefits: Medical Imaging Gene Sequencing Seismic Exploration in the Oil & Gas industry Video & Graphics (Media & Entertainment) Satellite Images Product Development Companies in these industries have been the leading edge because large-scale files and unstructured data—Big Data—have caused these firms to adopt innovative storage approaches and embrace Isilon.
  • As you can see here, nearly all Federal Agencies are doing or planning projects in Big Data. With the Life Sciences and Medical/Healthcare segments topping the list over Defense and Energy In the recent past, many federal agencies and top executive leadership have gone on record to identify the need for or importance of “Big Data.” For example, the President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology has indicated that “every Federal agency needs to have a ‘big data’ strategy because of the exploding volume of data.” In March of 2012, the White House announced a $200 million Big Data Initiative to create tools to improve scientific research by making sense of the huge amounts of data now available. The investment was made to improve the technologies for getting insight from complex and large sets of digital data. According to John Holdren, director of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, the Big Data initiative “ promises to transform our ability to use Big Data for scientific discovery, environmental and biomedical research, education, and national security .” At the Nov 2012 C5ISR Conference, Chris Miller, Executive Director for the Navy Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR), noted that “ Big Data is the #1 enabling technology challenge .” As a final testimonial on the importance of big data, in Jan 2013 the Defense Information Systems Agency ( DISA ), which provides the strategic vision and steers the course of IT for the Department of Defense (DoD) and much of the White House, has identified “Big Data” as one of their top eight focus areas within their Strategic Plan for 2013-2018, and one of only four technologies which it judges to be “essential to modern warfare” . In the current U.S. Federal business sector, the drive for operational and cost efficiencies rules the day. EMC Isilon is well positioned to usher in this new era of fiscal frugality and responsibility while delivering “best in class” capacity and performance for the Network Attached Storage (NAS) market. While seemingly unrealistic to anticipate new federal spending while such dramatic cost reductions are underway, there is tremendous potential for Information Technology (IT) to achieve the desired efficiencies while increasing overall operational effectiveness. To translate the big data $5B opportunity to a more comprehensible target business opportunity, Deltek research cites an example where in FY 2013, each agency is directed to spend at least 30 percent less on travel expenses than in FY 2010 and maintain this reduced spending level each year through FY 2016. The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) has directed agencies to use the near-term savings to improve the transparency and accountability of federal spending, and much of this reinvestment of savings is to be channeled into IT as a means to achieve the desired objectives. Therefore, budgets are expected to grow in the Federal IT initiatives identified as supporting the above referenced travel management challenge, as a small but relevant example. Specifically, according to GovWin, the Federal Enterprise Architecture ’s Business Reference Model shows that spending on Travel Management systems will grow from $52 million in FY2012 to $63 million in FY2013. This represents a nearly 20 percent increase during a period of otherwise weak overall growth, or even anticipated reductions. Furthermore, research shows that new spending on IT systems, referred to in civilian agencies as Development/Modernization/Enhancement (DME), or in DoD circles as “modernization through sustainment”, is growing at about 30% of overall spending, across the entire federal government and throughout most federal agencies. Therefore, the potential is believed to be high for technology application and solution sales opportunities, in the civilian and military/defense market segments for both new development activities and ongoing sustainment, according to Deltek. So if/when you hear those terms or phrases, DME or “modernization through sustainment”, consider them a flag to the type of relevant opportunities where EMC Isilon solutions will apply. Where are these opportunities for big data likely to occur? According to the GovWin IQ Report 2012, the number of big data initiatives and funded projects by agency are as shown below: As you can see, when it comes to big data, the sales opportunities span all major federal agencies and the technology application opportunities span business and operational missions from healthcare and life sciences (the largest of the big data opportunities identified) through Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR), Infrastructure, Video Surveillance and more. Here again, EMC Isilon is practically the perfect solution to address the efficiency and effectiveness objectives of these agencies.
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  • The Canadian Department of National Defense and CSE are already using Isilon, in addition to dozens of other Federal organziations in America.
  • Summary slide: each of these EMC Isilon qualities combined provide a “Never Refresh Again Architecture” to simplify management of your Big Data Healthcare needs.
  • Isilon storage systems are extremely easy to use. This “simple to manage” approach translates into a significant cost savings for you. A recent IDC white paper details Isilon ’s cost advantages for enterprise environments. As shown in the graphic on the left, IDC investigated the relative amount of time needed by IT professionals to perform a wide range of data and storage management functions (listed on y axis) for Isilon as well as traditional storage systems. Isilon storage is easier to manage and requires less time. The study showed that with Isilon scale-out NAS, enterprises were able to increase IT productivity by 48 percent and thereby reduce OpEx (operating expenditures). Note to Presenter: IDC White Paper can be found here: http://simple.isilon.com/doc-viewer/1807/idc-quantifying-the-business-benefits-of-scale-out-network-attached-storage-solutions.pdf?gid=kyacua0laWyaTN&utm_campaign=www&utm_medium=doctab-f&utm_source=onefs_ap
  • The IDC study also found that as a result of Isilon storage systems ’ unmatched efficiency—over 80 percent storage utilization—organizations were able to reduce CAPEX (capital expenditures) significantly. With the reduced CapEx and increase in IT productivity, enterprise customers were able to reduce their overall storage costs by 40 percent with Isilon scale-out NAS (compared to traditional storage systems). Note to Presenter: IDC White Paper can be found here: http://simple.isilon.com/doc-viewer/1807/idc-quantifying-the-business-benefits-of-scale-out-network-attached-storage-solutions.pdf
  • Note to Presenter : View in Slide Show mode for animation. This slide provides an overview of the Isilon scale-out NAS architecture: Starting at the Client/Application layer, the Isilon NAS architecture supports a wide range of operating system environments, as shown here. At the Ethernet level, the Isilon OneFS operating system supports key industry-standard protocols, including NFS, CIFS, and HDFS (Hadoop Distributed File System), and provides you with great interoperability for business applications as well as your data analytics activities. OneFS is a single file system/single volume architecture, which makes it extremely easy to manage, regardless of the number of nodes in the storage cluster. Isilon storage systems scale from a minimum of three nodes up to 144 nodes, all of which are connected with an InfiniBand communications layer.
  • Note to Presenter : View in Slide Show mode for animation. OneFS can truly scale from as small as 18 TB to over 20 PB in a single file system, which eliminates the issues with conventional scale-up file systems that only scale to 16 TB. With Isilon, nodes can be added to the file system and be ready to use in minutes, versus a traditional file system that can take hours to install, configure, and provision. Isilon has the fastest performance and capacity scaling in the industry.
  • What's Next with Government Big Data

    1. 1. Government Big Data:What’s NextMarch 21, 2013Brought to you by:
    2. 2. Today’s SpeakersSteve ResslerFounder and PresidentGovLoopMarina MartinEntrepreneur-in-Residence & Head of the Education Data InitiativeU.S. Department of EducationGary NewgaardDirector of Federal SolutionsEMC IsilonShawn KingsberryCIORecovery Accountability and Transparency Board
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    4. 4. February 22, 2013On Premises or Hosted ServicePublic Transparency WebsiteFraud Analytics as a ServiceBig Data as a ServiceRATB Cloud ServicesHigh Level Technical Briefing
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    7. 7. RATB High Level Technologies19Social MediaWeb InfrastructureVisualization, Analysis,and ReportingData LayerInfrastructureDisclaimer of Endorsement:Reference herein to any specific commercial products, process, or service by trade name, trademark, manufacturer, or otherwise, does not necessarily constitute or imply its endorsement, recommendation, or favoring by the United StatesGovernment. The views and opinions of authors expressed herein do not necessarily state or reflect those of the United States Government, and shall not be used for advertising or product endorsement purposes.Note: There are extensive products in this “infrastructure layer” These are the key components.A more comprehensive list can be made available by request.
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    17. 17. March 19, 2013On Premises or Hosted ServiceShawn Kingsberry, Chief Information Officershawn.kingsberry@ratb.gov
    18. 18. 30© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.EMC ISILONSCALE-OUT NASBig Data Storagefor the Federal SectorGary NewgaardDirector - EMC IsilonFederal
    19. 19. 31© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Isilon TechnologySummaryBig Data Overview
    20. 20. 32© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.What Is Big Data?Data that challenges the capabilities of a system to capture,manage, and process it within an acceptable elapsed time~ Wikipedia ~Data that challenges the capabilities of a system to capture,manage, and process it within an acceptable elapsed time~ Wikipedia ~
    21. 21. 33© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.ExabytesThe Big Data ChallengeBy 2013, 80% of all storage capacity sold will be for file-based dataSource: “Scale Out Storage in the Content Driven Enterprise: Unleashing the Value of Information Assets,” IDC White Paper (2010 Enterprise Disk Storage Consumption Model), June 2011File based: 61.8% CAGR Block based: 23.7% CAGRMedia &EntertainmentMedia &EntertainmentDesign &SimulationDesign &SimulationFinancialServicesFinancialServicesBioinformaticsBioinformatics Oil & GasOil & GasFile Shares &ArchivesFile Shares &Archives
    22. 22. 34© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Data growth47%CIOs Turning to Scale-Out to Deal withMassive File-Data Growth84%Already usingor planning touse scale-out withinthe next 24 monthsThe#1 and#2concerns of CIOs…Source: Scale-out NAS Market SurveySystem performanceand scalability37%…are driving adoptionof scale-outSource: “User Survey Analysis: Key Trends Shaping the Future ofData Center Infrastructure Through 2011,” Gartner, October 2010
    23. 23. 35© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Big Data Apps Need Big Data StorageData intensive, HPC workflowsMedical Imaging Gene Sequencing Seismic ExplorationMedia & Entertainment Product DevelopmentSatellite Images
    24. 24. 36© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Big Data Project in the Federal Sector**Sorce: GovWin IQ Report 2012
    25. 25. 37© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Examples of Federal Sector Big Data• Healthcare• Life Sciences• Surveillance• Physical Security• Defense/Intelligence• Cyber
    26. 26. 38© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Sample of Government Accounts UsingIsilon’s Unified Scale-out Storage…and Why?Unlocks New CapabilitiesIncreases IT operating leverageComplementaryReduces storage costsSpeeds workflows
    27. 27. 39© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.EMC Isilon Growing MomentumHealthcare and Life SciencesUCLA
    28. 28. 40© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.The EMC Isilon DifferenceEMC Isilon Value Proposition for Healthcare– Eliminate silos of storage– Predictable scalability without added complexity– Consolidate active short-term and long-term dataCertification with Major Alliance Players– EMC Isilon certified with most major PACS vendors– EMC Isilon certified with most VNAs– New certifications are simpleEMC Isilon works with next wave diagnostic tools– Digital Pathology, NGS, Proteomics– Video Surveillance, Sleep Studies, Electron MicroscopesEMC Isilon Competitive Difference– “Never Migrate Again” architecture– Move away from API-built storage– Uses standard CIFS and NFS storage protocol connections– Experience the value of scale-out NAS
    29. 29. 41© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.“Never Refresh Again” ArchitectureMeet Your Big DataRequirements with EMC Isilon• One File System, One Volume StorageManagement Simplicity• Zero Downtime Expansion• Greater than 80% utilization rates• Adapt your existing storage resources• Accommodate IT infrastructure changes• Investment Protection: Pay As You Grow• Eliminate Silos and Hot Spots
    30. 30. 42© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.The Cost Advantage of IsilonEase of use and management simplicityIDC: Isilon improves IT productivity by 48%, reduces OPEX*Storage allocationStorage provisioningManaging capacityManaging backupSpace reclamationAdding new applicationsUploading of re-loading data0.0 0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0FTEHoursperTBinUseIsilon Traditional* Source: “Quantifying the Business Benefits of Scale-Out NAS Solutions,” IDC White Paper, November 2011
    31. 31. 43© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Reduces Big Data storage costs by 40%The Cost Advantage of IsilonSource: “Quantifying the Business Benefits of Scale-Out NAS Solutions,” IDC White Paper, November 2011
    32. 32. 44© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Isilon Scale-Out NAS ArchitectureOneFS OperatingEnvironmentOneFS OperatingEnvironmentIntra-clusterCommunication LayerIntra-clusterCommunication LayerServersClient/Application LayerClient/Application Layer Ethernet LayerEthernet LayerServersServersCIFSCIFSNFSNFSFTPFTPHTTPHTTPHDFSforHadoopHDFSforHadoop
    33. 33. 45© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.More scalable than traditional storage systemsLargest and Most Scalable File SystemOneFS scales from 18 TB to more than 20 PB in a singlefile system, single volumeUnder 60 seconds toscale with no downtimeWorld’s fastestperformance andcapacity scalingOver 100 GB/s ofthroughput
    34. 34. 46© Copyright 2012 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved.Markets and SolutionsEMCIsilon Federal MarketsHome Directories & Archive
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