TDWI Event : Big Data – Making It Work

TDWI

The forecasts about the Big Data have come true, proving that this revolution is irreversible; ushering tremendous opportunities. The companies such as Yahoo, Google, Netflix, Facebook and LinkedIn deployed these technologies to a great effect. However, Fortune 500 companies are a tad slow to deploy their big data applications due to the skills shortage or caught up in funding cycles. There are IT decision makers also, who needs some education in terms of various use cases to create a compelling business case for Big Data projects. It could open up high end, non-trivial service employment opportunities worldwide and particularly in India, if we are prepared to embrace the opportunity. In this forum, we will deliberate and articulate how to make Big Data work from multiple viewpoints – Technological and Business.

Date & Venue:
22nd Sept’ 2012, Infosys Campus, Hyderabad

Agenda:
10:30am – 10:45am Welcome and theme Introduction
10:45am – 11:30 am Real life Use Cases
11:30am – 12:45 pm Panel – Big Data : Making it work
Chandra Katuri, SVP (IM), BoA
Srinivas Duvvuri, VP, Broadridge
Subra Duvvuri, AVP, Franklin Templeton
Smit Shanker, Formely IT head, Novartis
Moderator : Ram Chinta, SVP, Polaris
12:45pm – 2:00 pm Lunch
2:00 pm – 3:00 pm Where does Hadoop come handy? [Praveen Sripati, Head-Technology, ZettaMine Technologies]
3:00 pm – 3:30 pm Big Data in Financial services [Srini Prabhala, CTO (Financial Services), Infosys]
3:30 pm – 4:00 pm Wonderful Data Visualizations [Naveen Gutta, COO, Gramener]
4:00 pm – 4:30 pm Community Connect : Cloud Stack & Apache Software Foundation [Ram Chinta, Director, Citrix]

Join the Hadoop User Group of Hyderabad

FREE Registration (Mandatory)

Big Data – Visual.ly

More than Big Data, it is the technologies that surrounds it and the hype around Big Data is baffling.

Nice info graphic of the Big Data’s 3Vs – Volume, Variety & Value. Velocity is something not covered surprisingly.

A quick and easy way to understand how big is this emerging space and it’s relative importance to the future.

While Big Data had its origin at Google and Yahoo, today Hadoop which is a key component of the Big Data framework has been well accepted in the enterprise.  This high adoption has increase the scope for new use cases.

Big Data

Big Data : Four New Books

With the flurry of activities and the noise being created around Big Data, it is but natural to see huge content getting generated around the subject.

Not to be left behind, the Subject Matter Experts (SME) have brought in four books on Big Data – three from the SMEs and one from the vendor IBM.

You could find them at Amazon.  Check out the links below and let’s know your views.  Happy reading !!