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Gartner: Top 10 Technology Trends 2015

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Gartner: Top 10 Technology Trends 2015

  1. 1. Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends for 2015 h"p://denreymer.com  
  2. 2. Technology Adoption and Market Disruption Strategic Technology Trends Time Growth Emerging Growth Mainstream Disruption Clarified and StartingDisruption Uncertain Disruption Happening or Happened
  3. 3. Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends for 2015 The New IT Reality Emerges Intelligence Everywhere Merging the Real World and the Virtual World 1  Computing Everywhere 2  The Internet of Things 4 Advanced, Pervasive and Invisible Analytics 6  Smart Machines 7  Cloud/Client Computing 3 3D Printing 5 Context-Rich Systems 8 Software-Defined Applications and Infrastructure 9 Web-Scale IT 10 Risk-Based Security and Self-protection
  4. 4. Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends for 2015 The New IT Reality Emerges Intelligence Everywhere Merging the Real World and the Virtual World 1  Computing Everywhere 2  The Internet of Things 4 Advanced, Pervasive and Invisible Analytics 6  Smart Machines 7  Cloud/Client Computing 3 3D Printing 5 Context-Rich Systems 8 Software-Defined Applications and Infrastructure 9 Web-Scale IT 10 Risk-Based Security and Self-protection
  5. 5. Computing Everywhere — Look Beyond Mobile Form Factors Inside everything All around Pocketable Portable Shared areasDesk Touch, voice, etc. Keyboard, mouse Gesture Portable screenWearable Convertible •  Many form factors, screen sizes, interaction styles, platforms, architectures •  Technology advances accelerate: Sensors, displays, wireless and more •  Embrace heterogeneity and loss of complete control •  Use containment and isolation as a foundational security strategy
  6. 6. The User Experience in a Hyper Connected World Richer I/O Models Emotionally Impactful Consumer- Driven People- Centric
  7. 7. Think "Outside in" and Focus on Solution Architecture, Design Thinking and Development Exploit the natural affinity between agile development methodologies and UX — Pilot and iterate Create UX pattern libraries that guide application development teams — Personas and use cases Tool software, so usage data can be extracted and analyzed — Continuous feedback 1 2 3
  8. 8. The Internet of Things Links to Everything Internet of Things 25B Things by 2020 Internet of Information 30T Web Pages in Google Index, 2013 Internet of Places 6 Foursquare Check-Ins, January 2015 Manage Monetize Operate Extend Internet of People 1.35 billion monthly active users July 2014
  9. 9. Identify New Patterns and Define New Technical Architectures for the Internet of Things Enterprise/ Thing Gateway Cloud/"Internet" On-Premises AnalyticsDataApplication Logic and Rules User Interface 10101001010100 11010101010010 10110101011
  10. 10. Experiment! A $75 Proof of Concept … Can Save $75,000 "Customer down, magnet down, $75,000 magnet recovery problem to recool the magnet. These have really worked well monitoring our magnets at our office in Ohio." … and embrace the "maker culture." Source: http://supermechanical.tumblr.com/post/51173089463/in-an- internet-of-medical-devices-weve-got-the
  11. 11. … "3d printing is not new but is newly strategic" 2014 Enterprise 2015 Consumer 3 2 1 0 4 5 6 2012 2013 2016 2017 Billions of Dollars 7 81.9%CAGR
  12. 12. Consumer Shipments Point to More Pervasive Use 400,000 200,000 0 600,000 800,000 1,000,000 Shipments 1,200,000 2012 2013 2014 Enterprise 2015 Consumer 2016 2017 95.4% CAGR
  13. 13. Look for Innovation Opportunities From the Simple & Mundane to the Complex and Critical Airbus A320 Redesigned Nacelle Hinge Bracket Injection Molds Cut Tooling Costs by Up to 97% M1 Abrams Tank Engine Material Added to Worn Components Not Impossible Labs "Project Daniel" Prosthetic Limbs Courtesy of EOS Courtesy of Not Impossible Labs
  14. 14. Is 3D Print for You? Five Key Questions Responsive Will we be able to focus more on our customers' needs and less on our manufacturing processes? Knowledge Do we need to develop our staff's additive manufacturing skills? Agile Will we make our product development and production processes more nimble? Cost How much can we reduce product development, operating and support costs? Will we be able to create items that were difficult or impossible to produce before?Innovation
  15. 15. Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends for 2015 The New IT Reality Emerges Intelligence Everywhere Merging the Real World and the Virtual World 1  Computing Everywhere 2  The Internet of Things 4 Advanced, Pervasive and Invisible Analytics 6  Smart Machines 7  Cloud/Client Computing 3 3D Printing 5 Context-Rich Systems 8 Software-Defined Applications and Infrastructure 9 Web-Scale IT 10 Risk-Based Security and Self-protection
  16. 16. Big Data Security Analytics at the Heart of Next-Generation Security Platforms Information Collect, Correlate Big Data Knowledge Analyze Data Data Data Data Logs, Events, Costs, Usage, Attacks, Breaches Community Patterns, Meaningful Anomalies Dependencies, Relationships Context Continuous Monitoring and Analytics Context-Aware Intelligence Model, Simulate, Act, Protect
  17. 17. Context-Rich Systems Understand Who, What, When, Where, How and Why User-Facing Context Content SourcesProcess Models Environment Community Identity and Pref. Location Calendar Etc. History Connectivity Patterns System-Facing Context
  18. 18. Real-Time, Context-Aware, Risk-Aware and Active: Adaptive Access Control Risk engine. Trust elevation. Step-up authentication. Transaction verification. Contextual information. Get more information! Allow access. STOP Deny access. Allow access with fine-grained audit. Other obligation.
  19. 19. Emerging Trend: The Contextual User Experience Personal Assistants as IntermediariesContextual Information: •  Location Information •  Available Endpoints •  Human Request for Action •  Relevant Services and Content User Experience Platform: •  Intermediary Between Users and Content/Capabilities •  Acts for or Interacts With the User to Accomplish Goals: - The Invisible User Interface •  Dynamically Assembles UI Screens/Forms Image © Apple Siri Image © Microsoft Cortana Image © Google Google Now … Just the Beginning!
  20. 20. Information-Based Helpers Machine-Focused Helpers Sages Doers Autonomous Vehicles Smart Machine Categories Based on What They Do Movers (Related market terms - Artificial Intelligence, Robots, Cognitive Computing, Anticipatory Computing)
  21. 21. Rio Tinto — Reinventing Mining … and More
  22. 22. Cornell Robot Credit: Hema Koppula and Ashutosh Saxena, 2013. Robot Learning Lab, Computer Science Department, Cornell University. See http://pr.cs.cornell.edu/anticipation Cornell's Observant, Predictive Servant
  23. 23. Virtual Private Assistants — You Will Not Have Just One Image © Microsoft Image © Google
  24. 24. Memorial Sloan Kettering and IBM Watson Source: IBM
  25. 25. Maturity, Adoption and Diffusion Segment Smart Advisor Virtual Personal Assistant1 Early Emerging Use Cases Adoption Accelerates 90% Adoption for Addressable Market Autonomous Personal Transport Semiautonomous Robotic Assistants 1 Growth of use of virtual personal assistants for work purposes in 2017 to 2018 will exceed iPad's growth in its first 2 years. 2014 2017 Segments Merge (and Fragment) 2020 to 20222013 2017 2020 (±2) 2030 (±5) 2044 (±10) 2025 (2020 to 2030) 2032 (2025 to 2040) ?
  26. 26. Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends for 2015 The New IT Reality Emerges Intelligence Everywhere Merging the Real World and the Virtual World 1  Computing Everywhere 2  The Internet of Things 4 Advanced, Pervasive and Invisible Analytics 6  Smart Machines 7  Cloud/Client Computing 3 3D Printing 5 Context-Rich Systems 8 Software-Defined Applications and Infrastructure 9 Web-Scale IT 10 Risk-Based Security and Self-protection
  27. 27. Unify Cloud and Mobile Strategies: Cloud/Client Computing •  The application is in the cloud. •  Cloud is the coordination point and system of record. •  Clients can be anything with varying levels of data and logic. •  Applications can span multiple clients. •  Multichannel, Multi-scn., ensemble interactions. •  The experience flows to the user in context. •  Mobile is not about devices … it is about people. UX logic Business logic UX logic Business logic Data Data
  28. 28. Software-Defined Applications and Infrastructure: The Future Is Software-Defined Networking Cloud Services Real-Time Infrastructure Fabric-Based Computing Service-Oriented Architecture Model-Driven Architecture Storage Security Data Centers OpenStack Open Compute Everything Is Programmable The API Economy
  29. 29. Software-Defined Architecture for Application Services Source: "Software-Defined Architecture for Application in Digital Business" (G00264171) Outer View Resource Virtualization Inner View Managed Resources Inner APIs Outer APIs Inner View Outer View
  30. 30. Web-Scale IT: The Foundation for the Digital Future Web-scale IT is a pattern of global class computing that delivers the capabilities of large cloud services providers to the enterprise Web-Scale IT Infrastructure as Code Web-Oriented Architecture Collaborative Aligned Organization Velocity- Fo c u s e d Processes Risk- Embracing Culture Open Industrially Designed Data Centers Source
  31. 31. Create Your Blueprint and Road Map for Web-Scale IT DevOps API-Based Management Velocity-Focused Processes Collaboratively-Aligned Organization Risk-Embracing Culture Web-Oriented Architecture Industrially Designed Infrastructure 1 2 3
  32. 32. All Roads to the Digital Future Lead Through Security
  33. 33. Security Myth: Perimeter Defense Will Protect My Applications Mobile Internet of Things Insider Attacks
  34. 34. Enable Applications to Protect Themselves Application Runtime Dynamic Interaction Application Source Code Output: High-Assurance Security Vulnerabilities Runtime Application Self-Protection Security-Aware Application Design
  35. 35. Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends for 2015 ü  Proactively analyze disruptive technology trends and create a vision of the future technology landscape ü  Link trend analysis to the impact on people (employees and customers), the business and IT ü  Establish strategic decision models to take action on disruptive impacts ü  Focus on the EA role as a visionary, an analyst and a catalyst for disruptive trend analysis across IT and the business The New IT Reality Emerges Intelligence Everywhere Merging the Real World and the Virtual World
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