Big Data & Future - Big Data, Analytics, Cloud, SDN, Internet of things


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My slides from my talk at Radiance@Clarice, July 2013. The talk covered key concepts of Big Data , Analytics & SDN.

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Big Data & Future - Big Data, Analytics, Cloud, SDN, Internet of things

  1. 1. Big Data & Future Big Data, Analytics, Cloud, SDN, Internet of things Ramakant Gawande Lead UX Designer, Clarice Technologies Monday, 2 September 13
  2. 2. According to IBM, 80% of data captured today is unstructured, from sensors used to gather climate information, posts to social media sites, digital pictures and videos, purchase transaction records, and cell phone GPS signals, to name a few. All of this unstructured data is Big Data. Gartner defines Big Data as high volume, velocity and variety information assets that demand cost-effective, innovative forms of information processing for enhanced insight and decision making. Big Data Monday, 2 September 13
  3. 3. • Each engine of a jet on a flight from London to New York generates 10TB of data every 30 minutes • In 2013 internet data, mostly user-contributed, will account for 1,000 exabytes. An exabyte is a unit of information equal to one quintillion bytes • Open weather data collected by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association has an annual estimated value of $10bn • Every day we create 2.5 quintillion bytes of data • 90% of the data in the world today has been created in the past two years • Every minute 100,000 tweets are sent globally • Google receives two million search requests every minute • Big Data World Monday, 2 September 13
  4. 4. Current Usage of Big Data • Recommendation Engine, Network Monitoring, Sentiment Analysis, Fraud Detection, Risk Modeling, Customer Experience Analytics, Marketing Campaign Analysis, Customer Churn Analysis, Research & Development, Social Graph Analysis • Facebook Store access and analyses 30+ Petabytes user data • Linked-in process and mines Petabytes of user data to power “People You May Know” • Amazon crunches clickstream and historical user data to recommend products • Akamai analyses 75 Millions events per day to better target advertisements • Decoding the human GNOME used to take 10 Years. It can now be done in 7 Days Monday, 2 September 13
  5. 5. Big data analytics is the application of advanced analytic techniques to very large, diverse data sets that often include varied data types and streaming data. Big data analytics explores the granular details of business operations and customer interactions that seldom find their way into a data warehouse or standard report, including unstructured data coming from sensors, devices, third parties, Web applications, and social media - much of it sourced in real time on a large scale. • Organizations are discovering that important predictions can be made by sorting through and analyzing Big Data. • However, since 80% of this data is "unstructured", it must be formatted (or structured) in a way that that makes it suitable for data mining and subsequent analysis. • Hadoop is the core platform for structuring Big Data, and solves the problem of making it useful for analytics purposes. Big Data Analytics Monday, 2 September 13
  6. 6. Cloud computing is a new model for delivering computing resources. It gives the illusion of having an infinite amount of resources available on demand. Users do not have to commit to a given software or hardware. They can simply rent the resources they need, and even better, only pay for what they use for the amount of time they use it. Cloud computing enables users, through automation, to self-provision the resources they need. This automation, the availability of pre-defined resources, and economics of scale is what brings costs down allowing any individual to start working on a server paying as little as 10 cents per hour. Cloud computing usage has grown exponentially. Cloud Environments Monday, 2 September 13
  7. 7. Software-defined networking (SDN) is a modern approach to networking that eliminates the complex and static nature of legacy distributed network architectures through the use of a standards-based software abstraction between the network control plane and underlying data forwarding plane, including both physical and virtual devices. • 89% of business are at least discussing SDN • 64% of business expecting training their staff for SDN • 73% expects cost overrun • 64% expects changing the way their IT departments works • 63% expects staff not knowledgeable about SDN • 67% expects security issues • 67% aware about MULTIVENDOR SDN Model Software Defined Network (SDN) IDC: SDN a $2 Billion Market by 2016 Source: 2013 Tail-f Software Defined Network Survey Monday, 2 September 13
  8. 8. The Internet of things is a concept that aims to extend the benefits of the regular Internet—constant connectivity, remote control ability, data sharing, and so on—to goods in the physical world. Foodstuffs, electronics, appliances, collectibles: All would be tied to local and global networks through embedded sensors that are "always on." Six distinct types of applications are emerging in two broad categories: information and analysis and automation and control. Internet of Things Source: Monday, 2 September 13
  9. 9. Big Data & Future BIG Data SDN Internet of Things Analytics Cloud • This cycle has started with Big Data, which is being collected from multiple devices, applications & people from internet of things. • Analytics are required for analysis to reach from Data-to-Insights-to-Decisions, because of SDN it will be more real time/ near real time, ultimately it will reduce decision time • Cloud Environments will work as platform to provide efficiency, scalability, robustness & data security. • SDN will replace traditional network monitoring systems, SDN will work as real time Big Data source from devices connected. • Internet of things will allow consumers to set their fridge to order new groceries for delivery when the eggs run out or the milk expires. Forget to turn off the oven? No problem, turn a dial on your smartphone from anywhere in the world. No need to turn off the lights: Your rooms will know when you enter or leave, setting all systems just the way you like them, since they will be able to detect when the phone in your pocket is near. Monday, 2 September 13
  10. 10. Credits & References Images Used commons/1/15/London_traffic-lights.JPG All images used are found on the internet and believed to be in the public domain. In the event that there is still a problem or error with copyrighted material, the break of the copyright is unintentional and non-commercial and the material will be removed upon request. images/InternetofThings.png? __SQUARESPACE_CACHEVERSION=13734504 37915 2012/08/bigdata_olympics_1h.jpeg cioinsights/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/ HiRes-22.jpg Monday, 2 September 13