Manu Marchal, Basho & Annard Brouwer, Senior Software Architect at Intellicore Services
The Internet of Things (IoT) has steamrolled its way into businesses around the world, presenting itself as a golden opportunity for creating value and generating new revenue streams.
Of all the new types of data that have been unleashed onto organisations by the IoT, time series data – data created with a timestamp – is the most significant.
Time series data makes it possible to identify patterns and forecast trends in ways that create significant competitive advantages for businesses. Both speed and scale are integral, which is a unique challenge for enterprise databases.
In a webinar hosted by Information Age and Basho, learn how to get the most out of the Internet of Things. The webinar will discuss:
• What is time series data and the market dynamics driving changes in data – time series data is fast becoming the largest-growing data type in the IoT universe.
• How to deliver the high performance required for time series data and its huge number of data sources
• Best practices and real IoT practical examples on how to structure and leverage data for success
• Annard Brouwer, Senior Software Architect at Intellicore Services, will discuss how they are using Time Series data to drive customer and fan engagement through their Sports Data Platform for the likes of the National Rugby League (NRL), FIA Formula E Championship and Wembley Stadium.
Dorothy Pults, Sr. Director of Product Marketing and Distributed Systems Evangelist & Tom Sigler, Solution Architect
Over 90% of all the data in the world was created in the past two years and the flood of new data points generating, even more is increasing daily. Gartner says 26 billion connected devices by 2020. Cisco says 50 to 200 billion, Intel say over 200 billion will be connected. And the IDC says 212 billion. No matter who is right, we are living in a unique moment in time where data is evolving into a powerful commodity.
In this webinar we will explore:
- The market dynamics driving these changes in data, specifically focusing on Time Series data which is fast becoming the largest growing data type in the IoT universe.
- Key considerations in how you approach your solution as Time series data requires high-performance reads and writes even with a huge number of data sources. Both speed and scale are integral to success, which makes for a unique challenge for your database.
- Best practices and real IoT practical examples on how you can structure your data for success
Basho, the creator of the world’s most resilient databases, is dedicated to developing disruptive technology that simplifies enterprises’ most critical distributed systems data management challenges. Basho’s distributed database, Riak® KV, the industry leading distributed NoSQL database, is used by fast growing Web businesses and by one-third of the Fortune 50 to power their critical Web, mobile and social applications. Built on the same foundation, Basho introduced Riak® TS, which is the first enterprise-ready NoSQL database specifically optimized to store, query and analyze time series data. Basho also helps enterprises reduce the complexity of supporting Big Data applications by integrating Riak KV, Riak TS and Riak® S2 with Apache Spark, Mesos, Redis, and Apache Solr.