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  1. 1. Big Data & Energy EfficiencyStephen Dillon, Data Architect, Technology Strategystephen.dillon@schneider-electric.comMay. 02. 2013
  2. 2. Schneider Electric 2- Technology Strategy - Stephen Dillon – 2013BIG DATAVolume, Velocity, Variety
  3. 3. Schneider Electric 3- Technology Strategy - Stephen Dillon – 2013EnergyEfficiencyNeedsReal-timeAnalyticsCloudTechnologies(NoSQL &NewSQL)The Cloud is thenew data center.One size does notfit all!Memory is the newdisk.In Support of Big Data & EnergyEfficiency
  4. 4. Schneider Electric 4- Technology Strategy - Stephen Dillon – 2013Supporting Energy Efficiency●You have had the technologies to provide batch processing andanalytics on historical data. You just need to go do it.● Examples include Hadoop, Map Reduce, Amazon EC2, Windows Azure●You need to leverage Real-time analytics and technologies under theNewSQL umbrella.● In-memory database systems such as VoltDB
  5. 5. Schneider Electric 5- Technology Strategy - Stephen Dillon – 2013I.M.D.B.S. Today●In-memory Database Systems have been around for decades inanalytics systems.● Supported column-stores only● Non-OLTP or non-row-based●Only recently has it become feasible to support OLTP in-memory.●New breed of IMDBS designed to leverage advances in main memory● ACID compliant●We can now store entire Terabyte level databases in main memory.
  6. 6. Schneider Electric 6- Technology Strategy - Stephen Dillon – 2013Trends & Expectations●Real-time analytics● On-demand energy needs this to reach the next level of sustainability andefficiency● What took hours or days can be done in minutes or less●Trend is to push computations toward the data...not vice versa.●Software designers can now create solutions not previously possible.● Those innovations are taking place today.●End users will be able to react quickly per what is really happening; notwhat happened a month ago.●We understand; if the demandresponse window shrinks, energyefficiency & savings are gained.
  7. 7. Schneider Electric 7- Technology Strategy - Stephen Dillon – 2013No “I” in Big Data…oh wait a minute
  8. 8. Schneider Electric 8- Technology Strategy - Stephen Dillon – 2013PANELISTSIntroductions