October 23, 2014 by karenfan111
In our future scenario, all the data is collected by a future data system called AI. This is we portrayed what a surveillance world would be like. According to this point I started to make the research about how the future data system would be like and how it would influence our daily life.
One of the most revolutionary technology inventions of the 21st century is the invention of on-demand services. It makes a huge Internet revolution that made remote servers as close as the ones in your data centre.
As the researcher Varun Sharma in Service Technology Magazine claims, an enterprise architect enables the information becomes available for the customers through several channels include reports.
This is a revolutionary progression for those industries that they no longer need those application-based enterprises to data- driven enterprises. The Big Data can record data from various sources include internal metrics, online feedback or sales figures, making it both externally- generated and internally-generated.
As we all know, Big Data means loads of data processing in the same time. But when it comes to the petabytes, is makes no sense to move around for prcessing. So the research director says, “A hybrid deployment makes sense,Doing some processing in the cloud makes sense, and doing some on premises makes sense. If you have data coming in from cloud services, you can deploy a collection management infrastructure in the cloud, do analytics on it and move it through on premises services. You don’t want to move everything to the cloud.” so there is BDaas, it is a pure on-demand platform provider. As there are too many things integrate with enterprise warehousing, event processing, in- memory databases and a variety of other things.
The Big Data as a service is a good starting point for our scenario as it demonstrates the point of the incredibly speed and efficiency of handling the data cloud. It is unable to be seen, but always relevant and covering every aspect in our daily life.
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