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by Karen Tamrazyan
Integrated Plant Engineering Conference (IPEC), 13 March 2019
DARK
MATTER
Dark Matter
The Future after ...
Agenda
1. Cloud
2. Dark Matter
3. Future
1. Cloud
1.Facts Check
2.Emerging Trends

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The presentation "Dark Matter - The Future after Cloud!" was held by Karen Tamrazyan on 13 March 2019 during the "Integrated Plant Engineering Conference" European conference in Nuremberg. This years focus of the conference was on edge analytics. Please find detailed information about the "IPEC 2019" on the following website: https://www.automation-valley.de/aktivitaeten/international/ipec2019/

Video recording of the presentation is available at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lQccuMZcDXU

Karen Tamrazyan's blog can be found at https://www.tamrazyan.com/

The presentation "Dark Matter - The Future after Cloud!" was held by Karen Tamrazyan on 13 March 2019 during the "Integrated Plant Engineering Conference" European conference in Nuremberg. This years focus of the conference was on edge analytics. Please find detailed information about the "IPEC 2019" on the following website: https://www.automation-valley.de/aktivitaeten/international/ipec2019/

Video recording of the presentation is available at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lQccuMZcDXU

Karen Tamrazyan's blog can be found at https://www.tamrazyan.com/

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Dark Matter - The Future after Cloud!

  1. 1. by Karen Tamrazyan Integrated Plant Engineering Conference (IPEC), 13 March 2019 DARK MATTER Dark Matter The Future after Cloud!
  2. 2. Agenda 1. Cloud 2. Dark Matter 3. Future
  3. 3. 1. Cloud 1.Facts Check 2.Emerging Trends
  4. 4. Facts Check •Scalability •Reliability •Global Access •Here since 2006 •Dominated by AWS, MS Azure, Google and IBM
  5. 5. Emerging Trends •Cloud is here to stay •Just a piece of a bigger puzzle •Edge > Cloud •Amazon FreeRTOS (2017), Azure Sphere (2018)
  6. 6. 2. Dark Matter 1.Why? 2.Definition 3.Architecture
  7. 7. Why? •Communication is expensive and slow •Latency could become a problem (no RT) •Cloud storage might become expensive as the data adds up •Storage hardware is getting ever cheaper •Will the factory run in case of internet outage?
  8. 8. Definition Dark Matter is an attempt to create a framework, where the apps and services can be seamlessly deployed on different network levels (on-prem, cloud) and be connected with each other.
  9. 9. Architecture CLOUD GATEWAYGATEWAY EDGE S A S EDGE S A S EDGE S A S EDGE S A S A S A S A S A S A SA SA S
  10. 10. Properties •Flexible / easily cusomizable •Mesh-like / decentralized •Apps & services run in containers •Communication via REST API & GraphQL
  11. 11. 3. Future technology society
  12. 12. Future of Tech •Intuitive (customer centric) •Faster •Cheaper (low margin, big scale) •Secure •Independent
  13. 13. Future of Work •Customer Experience First •Unchain the Innovation Within •Empowered & Happy Employees •Ideas over Hierarchy (Creativity vs. Authority) •EVERYONE is a Leader! •But how? Answer: Create 10 Commandments!
  14. 14. 3 Steps to Innovation (ISA) 1. Identify a problem (or an opportunity) 2. Suggest at least 1 solution 3. Act Innovator! Smart Ass Complainer
  15. 15. Let‘s connect! Blog: www.tamrazyan.com Social: Project: github.com/karentamrazyan/DarkMatter Newsletter: bit.ly/drkmtrnews
  16. 16. Questions?

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