The “Next-Gen” is Now — How Big Data Technologies are Revolutionizing the Application Landscape (Crystal Valentine, SECR-2016)
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- Crystal Valentine
From Silicon Valley to Moscow, in industry and academia the rise of big data platforms is shifting the value of data. By lowering the cost of collecting and analyzing data at scale, big data platforms empower us to extract greater value from data. The result is a fundamental shift in computational architectures. Enterprise data warehouses and high-performance clusters are being replaced by massively distributed systems built on commodity hardware in order to support petabyte-size and heterogeneous data sets in a cost-effective way.
As architectures change, a concomitant shift has occurred at the software and application levels. A new vanguard of big data technologies–including real-time data streams, cloud computing, micro-services, artificial intelligence algorithms, containers and virtualization, and converged data platforms—are changing programming paradigms, enabling new data-intensive applications while increasing computational efficiency and developer productivity. In this talk, Crystal will highlight real-world examples of how these emerging big data technologies are forming the foundation of next-gen enterprise applications.