NASSCOM Infrastructure Management Summit 2013 - Rise of the Chief Data Officer

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  • NASSCOM Infrastructure Management Summit 2013 - Rise of the Chief Data Officer

    1. 1. ©2013, Cognizant Rise of the Chief Data officer Handling Big data is not a child’s play Raj Bala Chief technology Officer, Cognizant
    2. 2. THERE’S A BIG DATA EXPLOSION…. Unit of measurement – SI Units
    3. 3. | ©2013, Cognizant Big Data Landscape (ver 2.0)
    4. 4. | ©2013, Cognizant Big Data Infrastructure  Hadoop based services and tools  Cloud based IaaS Services (Compute/storage etc.,)  Cluster computing & MPP  In-Memory Computing (BigMemory….)  Data Analytics Tools  Various databases (No Sql, Graph DBs..)  Monitoring and management tools  Taxonomies/Search/semantics tools  Video/audio/image analytics tools  Security tools  Collaboration tools ……..
    5. 5. | ©2013, Cognizant IT loosing control of software, hardware or data, even in the physical sense. • Sales and marketing departments can use salesforce.com without reference to IT • Corporate communications avails itself of social media channels • Employees bring their own devices. • System Management is very hard because of connectivity, instrumentation, data collection and analytics requirements • Most CIOs do not manage information. In fact, no one does; CIOs manage Information systems..
    6. 6. | ©2013, Cognizant Duties of Chief Data Officers The CDO is responsible for A. Enterprise-wide governance and control on information B. Utilization of information as an asset: Governance & control: • Cataloging and organizing information assets • Developing a strategy for information — particularly new kinds of information • Creating standards (including "master data" management) • Reducing data duplication and waste across the enterprise • Sourcing needed data from outside the enterprise Utilization: • Creating a commercial policy regarding data use and security need • Finding new value in existing data assets (analytics) • Monetizing information — for example, by selling it as a service
    7. 7. | ©2013, Cognizant Some Large enterprises that have a CDO today Financial Services ■ Clydesdale Bank ■ Bank of America ■ Citigroup ■ Capital One ■ J.P. Morgan ■ NYSE Euronext ■ American International Group (AIG) ■ TD Ameritrade ■ Royal Bank of Scotland Group ■ Fannie Mae ■ HSBC (hiring in late 2012) Information Services and Technology ■ Boa Vista Serviços ■ Yahoo ■ Groupon ■ Alibaba Group ■ Bango Public Sector ■ U.S. Army ■ Federal Communications Commission ■ City of Philadelphia ■ City of Chicago ■ City of San Francisco (hiring in late 2012)

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