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EDF2012 Jaspar Hedegaar Bojsen - Big Data


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EDF2012 Jaspar Hedegaar Bojsen - Big Data

  1. 1. 211.2 x 10 New Bytes of Information in 2010 Source: IDC, as reported in The Economist, Feb 25, 2010 2
  2. 2. Gartner IDC “CIOs increasingly seeBy 2020, technologies “In 2012, the ICTmobile, cloud, such as industrys shiftsocial and big data analytics/BI, to its thirdtechnologies mobility, cloud major platformwill drive at least and social in of growth — combination built on mobile,80%of the rather than isolation to address business cloud, social, and Big Data technologies —industry’s growth priorities.” will accelerate.”
  3. 3. Driving Mobility Social Cloud BI / Big Data► New and different ► Cultural shift in ► Lower barriers to ► Massive data types of devices how people entry (markets, growth► Changing interact access to ► Availability of workstyles ► Online customer computing power) third-party data► Always-on engagement now ► More flexible ► Globalization of connectivity a business development markets differentiator model► Growing ► Smaller, more expectations for ► Increasing need to ► More efficient segmented anywhere access connect and share application customer to apps and data in new ways delivery audiences ► Greater speed to market
  4. 4. The world of data is changing Cloud
  5. 5. Big Data
  6. 6. Value Big Data
  7. 7. Example: All Scientific Data Online • Many disciplines overlap and use data from other sciences. • Internet can unify all literature and Literature data • Go from literature to computation to data back to literature. Derived and • Information at your fingertips – recombined data For everyone, everywhere • Increase Scientific Information Raw Data Velocity • Huge increase in Science Productivity(From Jim Gray’s last talk)
  8. 8. NewNew Data Sources Technologies Large Data Volumes Non-traditional New Economics Data Types New Questions & New Insights
  9. 9. Big Data Benefits
  10. 10. traditional and new capabilitiesTRADITIONAL NEWRelational Database Management System Petabyte-Scale Services
  11. 11. Insightful, Connected, Complete Analyze Big Data with familiar tools Share and collaborate via Azure Windows simplicity for Hadoop Marketplace Immersive insights from any data Extend data warehouse with Integrate with Social Media Hadoop Driving insights with simplified programming Advanced Analytics with Hadoop Scale & elasticity of the cloud