Surviving the Internet of Things
April 14, 2014 – Big Data Analytics, Discovery & Viz
Cory von Wallenstein
Chief Technolog...
Pg. 2 Surviving the Internet of Things @cvwdyn
Today’s Big Data: Data Exhaust
Finding value in the config and log data
we ...
Pg. 3 Surviving the Internet of Things @cvwdyn
Tomorrow: Need a Bigger Boat
Businesses will actively seek new data in
purs...
Pg. 4 Surviving the Internet of Things @cvwdyn
User experience is the new
competitive differentiator.
Pg. 5 Surviving the Internet of Things @cvwdyn
$3.2B $3.5B+
$5B+
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2010: 58% of US consumers
http://cvw.gs/amex2010
would pay a higher price i...
Pg. 7 Surviving the Internet of Things @cvwdyn
From 2010 to 2012:
The number of folks who voted for superior service
with ...
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Internet of Things - Phase One
Infrastructure and
Connectivity
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Agriculture
telemetry data:
huge driver of IPv6
in APAC
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“People”: ~7B
http://cvw.gs/cisco-iot
“Things” today: ~14B
IPv4 Addresses:...
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Internet of Things - Phase Two
Analytics and Understanding
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Internet of Things - Phase Three
Finding Value
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Surviving the Internet of Things: Summary
• Big Data: “Data Exhaust” to “A...
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To date, we've largely deployed Big Data technologies to find value in data exhaust: the service data and logs generated from operating everyday services and platforms. But what happens when we increase the number of devices on the Internet by nearly an order of magnitude, each actively generating new telemetry data we did not have access to before? We've now gone beyond "find value in the data we already have", to "actively produce more data in pursuit of value". Fortune will favor the prepared in this shift.

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Cory von Wallenstein
Chief Technologist at Dyn
Cory von Wallenstein is the Chief Technologist of Dyn where he is the external voice of the company’s technical vision and preeminent solution architect for customers. He works with all departments within engineering to set and promote the strategy, innovation and development of all Internet Performance solutions for Traffic Management, Message Management and Performance Assurance.

He is a leading voice on cloud computing having spoken on the topic at Interop, Velocity, CloudCamp, and DevOps Days and written on the subject for Wired, Datacentre Solutions Europe, and PandoDaily. Additionally, Cory co-chairs the Cloud & SaaS Cluster of the Mass Technology Leadership Council. When his head is not in the clouds, aside from being an aspiring private pilot, he can be found teaching product management at WPI, building great cultures at Intelligent.ly, and scaling SaaS revenues among Boston area startups.

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Microsoft http://microsoftnewengland.com
Dyn http://dyn.com
Cognizeus http://cognizeus.com

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  • IPv4 exhaustion threats didn’t prompt adoption.Business opportunity will. Farm story.We’ll have two Internets users and content vs devices and cloud, rounding error, engulfed.
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    1. 1. Surviving the Internet of Things April 14, 2014 – Big Data Analytics, Discovery & Viz Cory von Wallenstein Chief Technologist @cvwdyn
    2. 2. Pg. 2 Surviving the Internet of Things @cvwdyn Today’s Big Data: Data Exhaust Finding value in the config and log data we already have.
    3. 3. Pg. 3 Surviving the Internet of Things @cvwdyn Tomorrow: Need a Bigger Boat Businesses will actively seek new data in pursuit of new value.
    4. 4. Pg. 4 Surviving the Internet of Things @cvwdyn User experience is the new competitive differentiator.
    5. 5. Pg. 5 Surviving the Internet of Things @cvwdyn $3.2B $3.5B+ $5B+
    6. 6. Pg. 6 Surviving the Internet of Things @cvwdyn 2010: 58% of US consumers http://cvw.gs/amex2010 would pay a higher price if they had a strong expectation of receiving superior service. Consensus around 9% optimal premium. 2012: 66% of US consumers http://cvw.gs/amex2012 would pay a higher price if they had a strong expectation of receiving superior service. Consensus around 13% optimal premium.
    7. 7. Pg. 7 Surviving the Internet of Things @cvwdyn From 2010 to 2012: The number of folks who voted for superior service with their wallets went from 57% to 75%. Businesses are responding.
    8. 8. Pg. 8 Surviving the Internet of Things @cvwdyn Internet of Things - Phase One Infrastructure and Connectivity
    9. 9. Pg. 9 Surviving the Internet of Things @cvwdyn Agriculture telemetry data: huge driver of IPv6 in APAC
    10. 10. Pg. 10 Surviving the Internet of Things @cvwdyn “People”: ~7B http://cvw.gs/cisco-iot “Things” today: ~14B IPv4 Addresses: ~4B “Things” 2020: ~50B
    11. 11. Pg. 11 Surviving the Internet of Things @cvwdyn Internet of Things - Phase Two Analytics and Understanding
    12. 12. Pg. 12 Surviving the Internet of Things @cvwdyn Internet of Things - Phase Three Finding Value
    13. 13. Pg. 13 Surviving the Internet of Things @cvwdyn Surviving the Internet of Things: Summary • Big Data: “Data Exhaust” to “Active Production” • Technology visibility vs customer value • User experience as competitive differentiator • Three phases: • Infrastructure, analytics, value

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