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Data Culture Series - Keynote - 24th feb

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Big data. Small data. All data. You have access to an ever-expanding volume of data inside the walls of your business and out across the web. The potential in data is endless – from predicting election results to preventing the spread of epidemics. But how can you use it to your advantage to help move your business forward?

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Data Culture Series - Keynote - 24th feb

  1. 1. DATA CULTURESERIES – 24th Feb 2015
  2. 2. ?Who is using Data to drive the future of their business?
  3. 3. ?Who is using Predictive Analytics / Machine Learning yet?
  4. 4. UK Business Lead for BI & Advanced Analytics 4 Jon Woodward : Connect & Follow 4 @JLWoodward www.linkedin.com/in/jonathanwoodward #DataCulture PowerBI APS AzureML Hadoop DataFactory DocumentDB Search EventHub Stream Analytics
  5. 5. Industry transformation driving opportunities
  6. 6. 2014…We have reached a Tipping Point Of organizations will consider cloud deployment 50% Of new licence spend will be for Data Discovery & Analytics 50% Of BI & Analytics spend will be driven by the Business 50% Of Users will be touched by BI and Analytics 50%
  7. 7. Core to Vision Start Justin Digital Work & Life Experiences
  8. 8. Data…Driving the Experience
  9. 9. UK Economy - data dividend
  10. 10. The Microsoft data platform MobileReports Natural language queryDashboardsApplications StreamingRelational Internal & externalNon-relational NoSQL Orchestration Machine learningModeling Information management Complex event processing
  11. 11. Data Culture Series Data Culture Exec Session Data Culture Summit Data Culture Un-Conference 4 events; 60 customers CXO Level 10 events; 800-1000 customers Power User, Analyst, Architect, Developer, DBA Data Scientist 4 events; 200 customers Power User, Analyst Data Culture Deep-Dive 2 events; 100 customers (April, May) Power User, Analyst NEW NEW
  12. 12. Data Culture Summit
  13. 13. Date Location 24 February LEEDS Data Culture series 24 March EDINBURGH Data Culture series 8 April BIRMINGHAM Data Culture series 12 May READING Data Culture series 19 May LONDON Data Culture series More dates to come shortly
  14. 14. #DataCulture Interact & Post questions for the Panel
  15. 15. Time 10.15 – 10.30 Intro – Jon Woodward 10:30 – 11:30 Keynote Ric Howe – Data Culture Jen Stirrup – Network Effect 11:30 – 12:30 Immersion Tracks - Overview 12:30 – 13:15 Lunch & Expo 13:15 – 15:00 Immersion Hands on 15:00 - 15:15 Break & Expo 15:15 - 16:30 Immersion Hands on 16:30 – 17:00 Panel and Close Microsoft, HP, HortonWorks, KPMG, DataRelish
  16. 16. Networks in a Data Culture Leeds, February 2015
  17. 17. S-Curve
  18. 18. How do we change? • Organisations are critically important as organizers, not as employers. Often the most productive and profitable way to organize is to disintegrate and partner. • Peter F. Drucker
  19. 19. Forget the Internet of Things… Network of Things Hinssen(2014)
  20. 20. The Knowledge Worker
  21. 21. The Knowledge(able) (Net)Worker
  22. 22. Not Chaos, but the Edge of Chaos • Adaptive Systems grow at the edge of chaos, going from disorder to order • Let Innovation Thrive • Rediscover your Network of Networks
  23. 23. The Age of Data Culture
  24. 24. people analytics data
  25. 25. data culture for everyone Organization Department Individual People IT Developers
  26. 26. 40ZB (1ZB = 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 bytes = 1 sextillion bytes = 1 billion terabytes) the size of digital universe by 2020, of which 90% will be unstructured data The flood gates are open
  27. 27. 50 Data sourcesNon-Relational Data
  28. 28.  Data sources Non-Relational Data
  29. 29. ETL vs ELT Extract Transform Staging DW DM Load Extract Transform Load DM DM Batch Ingest (Extract & Load) Scale Out Storage & Compute Stream Ingestion DM Event Hub Transform
  30. 30. Ubiquitous computing
  31. 31. Internet of things
  32. 32. Data exhausts
  33. 33. Ambient intelligence
  34. 34. platform for ambient intelligence
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  36. 36. speed[
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  39. 39. data speed[
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  44. 44. Data Science is far too complex today  Software Development  Data Exploration  Math & Statistics Knowledge  Machine Learning  Data Management this must get simpler, it simply won’t scale!
  45. 45. travel expenses
  46. 46. data culture for everyone
  47. 47. Big Data PLAZA 4 – FL 3 Data Science PLAZA 2 – FL 3 Business Intelligence PARK 4 – FL 2 Data Insights PARK 3 – FL 2 Azure Data Services PLAZA 3 – FL 3 IoT PLAZA 6 – FL 3 Data Platform Modernisation PLAZA 5 – FL 3
  48. 48. Ian Campbell HP Ric Howe Microsoft - Data Platform - UK Simon Gregory HortonWorks Gary Richardson KPMG Jen Stirrup Data Relish
  49. 49. Free Download of Dave Coplin – Rise of the Humans 76 Ask a Question
  50. 50. #DataCulture Ric Q : Given the cloud first strategy, are MSFT driving all new features only to the cloud
  51. 51. #DataCulture Ian Q : What advice would you give to customers considering implementing a big data strategy?
  52. 52. #DataCulture Gary Q : Does Data Science really require Data Scientists
  53. 53. #DataCulture Simon Q : if Hadoop is the answer to Big Data, what is the question
  54. 54. #DataCulture Jen Q : Given the Networks discussion this morning, what is the best way to empower people to drive a data culture
  55. 55. Trial : Hadoop (HDInsight, HDP) 82 Get Hands on… Trial : SQL Server 2014 Trial : PowerBI Trial : Machine Learning
  56. 56. PASS BA* – Santa Clara , April 20-22nd SQL Saturday – Edinburgh , June 12-13th SQL Saturday - Exeter, April 25th SQL Bits 2015, London, March 4-7 http://us4.campaign-archive2.com/?u=3e64686fd47743f72cf7ae22a&id=a4ea0a57d4&e=b53d713419 83 Industry-Community Events 83 * See Jen Stirrup for Discount Gartner BI Summit, London, March 9-10 http://www.gartner.com/technology/summits/emea/business-intelligence/ PASS Summit*- TBC , October 27-30th
  57. 57. Come Back for more… Date Location 16 September READING 10 November LONDON 27 November READING 3 December LONDON 27 January LONDON 24 February LEEDS 24 March EDINBURGH 8 April BIRMINGHAM 12 May READING 19 May LONDON
  58. 58. UK Business Lead for BI & Advanced Analytics 86 Jon Woodward : Connect & Follow 86 @JLWoodward www.linkedin.com/in/jonathanwoodward #DataCulture PowerBI APS AzureML Hadoop DataFactory DocumentDB Search EventHub Stream Analytics
  59. 59. THANK YOU ?

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