Cloud computing and big data
Ben Sharma uses popular cloud-based use cases to explore how to effectively and safely leverage big data in the cloud to achieve business goals. Now is the time to get the jump on this trend before your competition gets the upper hand.
|Talk Title||Cloud computing and big data|
|Conference||Strata + Hadoop World|
|Conf Tag||Make Data Work|
|Location||New York, New York|
|Date||September 27-29, 2016|
Cloud computing has exploded in recent years because it offers unprecedented elasticity and scalability. And big data helps your organization capture and process data that was previously thrown away. But managing big data so that you can derive real value out of it can be a challenge. Why? Because of the 3 V’s: volume, variety, and velocity. Big data is big—there is a lot of it. And it comes from a wide variety of sources. Add to it the velocity with which it flows into an organization, and you can see how big data breaks traditional data platforms. Cloud computing has lowered the barrier to entry in implementing big data applications. But managing data in the cloud has its own challenges. Ben Sharma outlines some popular cloud-based use cases to illustrate the basic concepts in big data management and explore how big data intersects with cloud computing. You’ll leave with a better understanding of how you can effectively and safely leverage big data in the cloud to achieve business goals. Now is the time to get the jump on this trend before your competition gets the upper hand. Topics include: