PLM and Data Management in 21st Century

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PLM and Data Management in 21st Century

  1. 1. PLM and Data Management in 21st Century Oleg Shilovitsky
  2. 2. Database selection back in 1990s… Yes Start Use Microsoft Office Looks like Document? No End Use RDBMS
  3. 3. 2010s…. Big Data Concurrency Data connectivity Cloud scale Solution diversity Network of data
  4. 4. New buzz is coming - NoSQL
  5. 5. Data management eras.. Data warehouse RDBMS RDBMS Data warehouse RDBMS NoSQL Transactions 1990s Transactions + Analytics 2000s Transactions + Analytics + ? 2010s
  6. 6. Single Node RDBMS problem response time transaction size •  •  •  •  •  •  •  Large data sets Social networks Schema free Linked data Document data Reliability BI / OLAP
  7. 7. What is behind “NoSQL” buzzword? Columnar / Table Key-value Relational Document Graph
  8. 8. Data model: size vs. complexity complexity ●  Cambrian explosion of DM options Graph ●  Database moved from solution to tools ●  Next dominance is problematic Document ●  Specialized databases (tools) Columnar ●  Focus on specific problem space Key-value size
  9. 9. PLM and Database genres specialty Good For... Not Good For... PLM use idea... Relational Known data layout Variable and hierarchical data Transactional data. Specific models Key-value Little or no need for indexes CRUD and other queries Vaulting, Media Columnar Horizontal scale, cluster Undefined data usage pattern Suppliers access, Design collaboration Document Unknow data layout Joins Vaulting, Media Graph Flexible typed relationships Limited scale, query-ability Configurations, Product structure
  10. 10. The evolution of web as a database web 1.0 > web 2.0 > web 3.0 Evolution of web Web as set of structured data Linked Data Graph model RDF / OWL / SPARQL Lots of data published in RDF Size of ~30B entities for 2011 Lots of open sources tools Example: DBPedia is Wikipedia converted to Web database
  11. 11. Example: All luxury cars
  12. 12. Example: Audi A8 DBPedia
  13. 13. Example: All people born in Boston before 1700
  14. 14. Thank you!

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