This white paper discusses current developments that highlight the need for a purpose-built architecture designed to deliver "big data performance at scale."
Big Data and analytics (BDA) is often a response to change in business environments. Internal organizational changes and external market changes both mean that management need greater transparency into cause and effect, and ask for better information and analytics. IDC asked the survey respondents to indicate three drivers that were forcing their businesses to change and evolve.
This current rate of acceleration (driven by the 3rd Platform) presents the CIO with a seemingly impossible challenge. And to keep up, internal IT departments must shift their focus to the delivery of services managed through SLAs. Some services will be built internally, while many others will be acquired from 3rd Platform providers.
The 3rd Platform disruption — cloud, mobility, Big Data/analytics, and social business — increases pressure on most businesses to transform. While IT organizations have worked hard over the years to learn how to cope with changes, the current rate of acceleration and the order-of-magnitude increases in every measure of volume present the CIO with a seemingly impossible challenge.
This infographic provides key factors about managing large capital projects in oil and gas.
RingCentral needed to solve configuration management problems for rapid delivery of changes and quality for complex Hadoop big data analytics and other systems on which the company's phone and communications business depends. Solution: The company selected Qubell Inc. and its autonomic application management platform.
By 2020 the digital universe will be 44 trillion gigabytes. How can all of this data help make your organization more competitive?
As more of the world goes online, including the physical world, the more opportunity there is for enterprises (and consumers) to use data in new ways. This iView explores the many different applications of today's data.