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Intel Developer Forum: Taming the Big Data Tsunami
using Intel® Architecture by Clive D’Souza, Solutions Architect, Intel Corporation and
Dhruv Bansal, Chief Science Officer, Infochimps

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  • Taming the Big Data Tsunamiusing Intel® ArchitectureClive D’Souza, Solutions Architect, Intel CorporationDhruv Bansal, Chief Science Officer, InfochimpsDATS004
  • Agenda •  What is Big Data? •  Why does Big Data matter? •  How can Intel® Architecture help •  Summary2
  • Big Data Tsunami Between the birth of the world and 2003, there were five Exabyte of information created. We now create five Exabyte every two days 180,000 Eric Schmidt 160,000 Content Depots – Massive/ Over 24 Petabytes Exponential Growth 140,000 Unstructured Data processed by Enterprise Hosting Services Google* every day in 2011 120,000 100,000 Four billion Traditional Unstructured Pieces of content shared 80,000 on Facebook* every day by July 2011 60,000 Traditional Structured Data 250 Million 40,000 Tweets per day in October Growth 2011 Linear 20,000 5.5 million 0 Legitimate emails sent 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 every second in 2011 2.7 Zetabytes of data in 2012, 15 billion connected devices by 2015 !!! Source: IDC, 2011 Worldwide Enterprise Storage Systems 2011–2015 Forecast Update.3 Worldwide Enterprise Storage Consumption Capacity Shipped by Model, 2006–2015 (PB)
  • Big Data — Traits Big Data Decrees Volume •  Speed is everything! •  Use diverse data •  Data never gets stale Velocity Value Variety •  Data growth will be exponential •  Big Data is real Core Tenants •  Transformational to business Unstructured datasets whose Volume, Variety and Velocity is beyond the ability of typical database software tools to capture, store, manage and analyze†4 †Big data: The next frontier for innovation, competition, and productivity”, McKinsey Global Institute
  • Big Data — Flow Data Analytics Data - Query Enabled Data Curation Data Aggregation Data Ingestion Compute/Network/IO/Storage-Intensive5
  • Agenda •  What is Big Data? •  Why does Big Data matter? •  How can Intel® Architecture help •  Summary6
  • Our Problem – Which 5K? •  Don’t know the future value of today’s data •  We cannot connect the dots we do not yet have •  The old collect, winnow, dissemble model fails spectacularly in the Big Data world The “5K” is different for everybody! Image used with permission from Author7
  • Intelligent 5K = Big Money! US health care Global personal •  $300 billion value per location data year •  $100 billion+ revenue •  ~0.7 percent annual for service providers productivity growth •  Up to $700 billion value Manufacturing to end users •  Up to 50 percent decrease in product development, assembly costs •  Up to seven percent reduction in working US retail capital •  60+ percent increase in Europe public sector net margin possible administration •  0.5-1.0 percent annual •  €250 billion value per productivity growth year •  ~0.5 percent annual productivity growth8 Source: Mckinsey, 2011
  • Big Data in play by Infochimps*9
  • Growing Pains… •  IT growth outpaced by Big Data growth •  Unparalleled data complexity •  Need for speed – race to the bottom! •  Workload management •  Data access, data silos, data quality, data security •  Shortage of data scientists •  New domain – not easy to implement Big Data solutions will transform IT10
  • Big Data Means More Than Hadoop* [Many people’s] understanding of “Hadoop” is like my understanding of “tango”: I know the word, I know one when I see one, but I can’t dance for ***. Jeffrey Eisenberg Hadoop* Ecosystem •  Java* •  Multi-language •  I/O-bound •  Databases •  Batch, map/reduce, historical •  Web •  Realtime Big Data hardware needs more than I/O11 About Infochimps* www.infochimps.com
  • Full Data Stack Overview Internal DBs & Data Appliances Data Storage Public Integration (Analytic Hadoop* Data Sensors (ETL and DBs and (Batch/Historical Analytics) streaming) filesystem) Rich Media CRM ERM POS Stream Web Processing (Real-Time Logs Mobile Analytics) System Logs Documents12
  • Full Data Stack Database Sources Sqoop* Bulk Load Structured Hadoop* Datastores like SQL Hbase* or Primary Analytics Bulk/Large-Scale HDFS* Datastore Processing Engine Streaming Sources Flume* Collect and Process Streaming or Fast-Changing Data Elasticsearch* Mongo* or Search Engine and MySQL* Tableau* API Reporting LogiXML* Aggregates Custom App etc. DataViz* Local SAS*, R*, Web Servers Stata*, etc. Disk Statistical13 Packages
  • Demonstration When are two time series correlated? AAPL14
  • Demonstration Q: Traffic to which Wikipedia* articles is correlated with the price of AAPL? AAPL Source Data: •  Web traffic logs (Wikipedia, 3 mos.) •  S&P 500* Stock Prices15
  • Demonstration Tentative Answer: Traffic to articles about music, television, and video games are directly correlated with AAPL’s stock price. Bonus: Also Jack AAPL Dorsey, CEO of Square!16
  • Full Data Stack17
  • Agenda •  What is Big Data? •  Why does Big Data matter? •  How can Intel® Architecture help •  Summary18
  • Intelligent Data Center HPC & IOPS/TB Decision Optimized Support Dedicated Premium Edg e/M Servers Storage 2M VPN or LAN Low- SSD Latency, “Centralized” Compute Proximity Unified Storage WWW Storage Network High- Virtualized Servers NVM Capacity Storage HDD IT/Web/Application Development $/TB Infrastructures Optimized19
  • Intel® Xeon® Processor = Heart of the Intelligent Data Center •  Integrated PCI Express* Gen 3.0 •  Intel® Hyper-Threading Technology, two Threads/Core •  Shared Last Level Cache, 2.5 MB/ Core •  Higher memory bandwidth with DDR3 •  Integrated Memory Controller •  PCIe Non-Transparent Bridge •  Asynchronous DRAM self-refresh (ADR) •  Intel® QuickData Technology Direct Memory Access Intel® Xeon® powers Big Data compute20
  • Intelligent Storage Optimizations De-duplication Real Time Compression BEFORE DE-DUPLICATIONAFTER 95% smaller backup1 Up to 80% data reduction2 Intelligent Tiering Thin Provisioning TRADITIONAL ALLOCATION THIN PROVISIONING ALLOCATED BUT FREE APPLI 3 USED SYSTEM-WIDE ALLOCATED BUT FREE CAPACITY APPLI 2 RESERVED USED APPLI 3 ALLOCATED BUT FREE APPLI 2 APPLI 1 USED APPLI 1 Up to 80% reduction in Up to 25% reduction in disk expenses3 annual storage CapEx growth4 1 IBM storage simulcast, November 9, 2011 2 BM storage simulcast, November 9, 2011 3 Dell “Fluid Data Storage: Driving Flexibility in the Data Center”, February 201121 4 Intel IT study “Solving Intel IT’s Data Storage Growth Challenges
  • New Memory Hierarchies — Non-Volatile Memory Time spent by application in CPU vs. IO Intel® Solid-State Drive Application 910 Series CPU Processing •  Enhanced Performance -  Sequential R/W: 2.0/1.0 GB/s -  Random R/W: 180/75 KIOPS Timeline SW 10µs -  Latency R/W: 65/65µs IO Processing NVM 65µs •  High Endurance 25nm HET MLC -  10x drive writes/day for five years -  30x endurance over standard MLC due to improved write amplitude and NAND management CPU Processing Reduction of software latency dramatically increases application IOPS as NVM latency decreases22
  • Intel® Integrated IO Technology Inbound Flow (Rx) Outbound Flow (Tx) Core Reads Data 2 Intel Xeon® 1 Intel Xeon Core creates buffer Intel Processor E5-2600 Intel Processor E5-2600 for I/O device to read, QPI 1 QPI 1 putting data in cache Intel (cache line allocated) QPI 2 CORE 1 CORE 2 Intel CORE 1 CORE 2 QPI 2 CORE 3 CORE 4 CORE 3 CORE 4 CORE 5 CORE 6 CORE 5 CORE 6 CORE 7 CORE 83 CORE 7 CORE 8 LLC Data to Core 3 Tx Packet Data to I/O CACHE IOC CACHE 1 DMA Write directly To “IO allocated” LLC No No Memory Memory Transactions Transactions PCI Express* PCI Express* Rx 2 I/O request Packet Intel Ethernet Intel Data Direct I/O Intel Ethernet read of I/O data Controller Technology Controller (Intel DDIO)23 Intel QPI - Intel QuickPath* Interconnect
  • 10GbE Completes the Job Faster 4X Improvement Performance comparison using best submitted/published 2-socket server results on the SPECfp*_rate_base2006 benchmark as of 6 March 2012. Economies of scale realized with 10GbE Software and workloads used in performance tests may have been optimized for performance only on Intel® microprocessors. Performance tests, such as SYSmark* and MobileMark*, are measured using specific computer systems, components, software, operations and functions. Any change to any of those factors may cause the results to vary. You should consult other information and performance tests to assist you in fully evaluating your contemplated purchases, including the performance of that product when combined with other products. For more information go to http://www.intel.com/performance. Configuration: Source: Intel internal measurements of average time for an I/O device read to local system memory under idle conditions comparing Intel® Xeon® processor24 E5-2600 product family (230ns) vs. Intel Xeon processor 5500 series (340ns). See notes in backup for configuration details.
  • Platform and Software Optimizations Integrated Up to four channels PCI DDR3 1600 MHz Express* memory 3.0 Up to 40 lanes Up to eight per socket cores Up to 20 MB cache •  Up to 80% Performance Boost vs. Prior Generation1 –  Intel® Advanced Vector Extensions (Intel® AVX) - Reduce Compute Time –  Intel® Turbo Boost Technology — Increased Performance2 •  Hadoop* Optimizations from Intel –  Built on Open Source Releases –  Custom Tuning for Data Types and Scaling Approaches 1 Performance comparison using best submitted/published 2-socket server results on the SPECfp*_rate_base2006 benchmark as of 6 March 2012.25 2 Source: Intel internal measurements of average time for an I/O device read to local system memory under idle conditions comparing Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2600 product family (230ns) vs.. Intel Xeon processor 5500 series (340ns). See notes in backup for configuration details
  • Intel® Intelligent Storage Acceleration Library (Intel® ISA-L) Algorithmic Library to address key Storage market segment needs Normalized to Existing Open Source Solutions •  Optimized for Intel® Architecture 4 •  Enhances efficiency, data integrity, security/encryption 3 Benefits of using Intel® ISA-L 2 •  Allows maximum utilization of additional 1 cores •  Faster time to market (TTM)/less 0 resources than developing in-house •  Allows Intel to develop optimizations using new architectural enhancements that promote faster TTM AVX Multi-buffer Hashing Functions (Baseline case is without Intel ISA-L) Intel ISA-L enables OEMs to obtain more performance from Intel® CPUs26 Note: For more information go to http://www.intel.com/performance
  • A Fresh Look at Intel® Virtualization Technology (Intel® VT) Intel® Virtualization Technology Traditional Server VMM Intel VT for Intel VT for •  Isolate development and IA-32 and Intel 64 (Intel VT-x) Directed I/O (Intel VT-d) production environment HW support for HW support for isolated execution isolated I/O •  Technology demonstrators New Cloud Security Model •  Isolation of workloads in multi-tenant cloud VM1 VM2 •  Memory monitoring for malware detection VMM •  Device Isolation for protection against DMA attacks Hardware Provides Stronger Isolation of VMs27 Intel® Virtualization Technology for IA-32, Intel® 64 and Intel® Architecture (Intel® VT-x)
  • Intel® Trusted Execution Technology (Intel® TXT) Trusted Pools Intel® TXT Control VMs based on platform trust to better •  Enables isolation and tamper protect data detection in boot process Trusted Launch •  Complements runtime Verified platform integrity reduces protections malware threat •  Hardware based trust provides verification useful in Internet compliance •  Trust status usable by security and policy applications to control workloads Compliance Hardware support for compliance reporting enhances auditability of cloud environment Hardens and Helps Control the Platform28
  • Data Protection with Intel® AES-NI Data at Rest Full disk encryption software protects data while saving to disk Intel® AES-NI Data in Motion •  Special math functions built Secure transactions used pervasively in in the processor accelerate ecommerce, banking, etc. processing of crypto algorithms like AES •  Includes 7 new instructions Internet Intranet •  Makes enabled encryption software faster and stronger Data in Process Most enterprise and cloud applications offer encryption options to secure information and protect confidentiality Efficient Ways to Use Encryption for Data Protection29 Intel® AES New Instructions (Intel® AES-NI)
  • Agenda •  What is Big Data? •  Why does Big Data matter? •  How can Intel® Architecture help •  Summary30
  • Big Data rEvolution From To Collecting Connecting From To Analyzing Predicting From To Structured Unstructured31
  • Summary Compute Intel® Xeon® Processor •  Big Data Phenomenon is Real •  Analytics based on Hadoop* will be the norm •  Compute, Network & Storage will converge for Big Data Solutions Network Storage 10GbE Network NVM, Tiered, JBOD Intel® Architecture is foundational to finding “Your 5K”32
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