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This 30-minute webcast is for IT Architects, Engineers, and CIOs who build and manage globally distributed applications. Learn about the evolving landscape of big data as it relates to ...

This 30-minute webcast is for IT Architects, Engineers, and CIOs who build and manage globally distributed applications. Learn about the evolving landscape of big data as it relates to mission-critical systems like trading platforms, intelligence networks, logistics, and more. We also cover existing solutions for big data movement including data fabrics.



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  • Tervela WebcastBig Data Movement:Local Access to Global InformationHosted by Barry Thompson, Founder & CTO of Tervela 1
  • We will find answers to…• Why is a strategy for moving “big data” important?• What are the current challenges, solutions and tradeoffs?• Why is data fabric appropriate for this kind of problem?• How does a typical customer benefit from the fabric? 2
  • About the presenter...• Barry Thompson• Founder and CTO of Tervela• Visionary with 20 years of experience• Background in transformative technologies (robotics, imaging & traditional enterprise)• Technology leadership for AIG, NatWest and UBS• X-Prize board of trusties 3
  • Big Data Dynamics• Terabytes daily • Trends & signals• Broad analysis • Responsiveness• Many producers • High Performance• Many consumers Big Data Real time Big Data Movement Flexible Global Delivery Scale getting big data to• DB/NoSQL/Stream •Distributed apps globally distributed• Public/Private cloud •Local performance apps when it is• Virtualization •Central monitoring needed 4
  • Real-Time Big Data: Here and NowIndustries Requirements Traders and Financial Real-time market intelligence & transactional data Services Governments and Signal acquisition and processing Intelligence Agencies Telcos and Service Global services (& data streams) synchronization Providers Logistics and Retail Real time decision-making and BI analytics Payment Processing Secured, compliant and risk averse data exchange 5
  • Big Data Challenges Data movement across globally distributed apps fails to meet expectations for cost-efficiency, speed and reliability. Replication Isn’t Real-Time Remote Access Isn’t Fast Enough Disaster Recovery Too Expensive 6
  • Moving Mountains with a Data Fabric 7
  • Data Fabric: High Performance Ultra Low Latency Very High Throughput Intelligent Message Routing Efficient Topic Sorting 8
  • Data Fabric: Extreme Reliability No-loss Fault Tolerance Integrated Caching Hot-hot Data Replication 9
  • Data Fabric: Security, Compliance Role-based Access Control Alerts and Audit Trails Secured Data Transport Protocols 10
  • Tervela for Big Data Movement Tervela Data Fabric • Higher performance (10-100x) • Less development (50%) • More reliable (zero production outages) • Faster to deliver new apps (weeks, not months) 11
  • What’s New in Tervela v5.0• New Features to Engage Developers TMX: Message Switch Message transport through the fabric• First high-performance data transport solution that’s either hardware or software• Faster time-to-market for new apps• Free to download and use for TPE: Persistence Engine Embedded storage within the fabric development & test• Features • Virtual appliances (100% interoperable) TPM: Provisioning & Management Central management of the fabric • Last-known value, Last-known message • Programmatic Administration • Integrated Fabric Monitor • SSD Tervela Persistence Engine (TPE-510A) Client API C, C++, C#, Java, JMS • Developer Enhancements • Usability Enhancements 12
  • Use Cases From Tervela Customers Financial Trading e-Commerce• Background  Background - High-volume electronic trading - Connect consumers and merchants - Trading apps co-located at global exchanges - Scan e-Commerce sites to find deals and post items for site visitors• Challenges - Massive data distribution wasn’t scalable  Challenges - Lacked unified view of transactional data for - Batch mode processing inadequate business risk management - Real-time pricing and quick catalog update & replication• Tervela Solution - Primary data fabric for real-time global  Tervela Solution trading - Data fabric connects processing - High-speed, no-loss global information components sharing built into simple unified architecture - Real-time updates to distributed catalog & built-in handling of data replication 13
  • Learn More About TervelaDownload the Data Fabric as a virtual appliance: some Tervela case studies: how Tervela helps your initiatives: 14
  • Thank you! 15