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IQ Crash Course - Big Data Analytics

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Big Data is one of the most prominent disruptive technologies available today. The potential it offers for business is truly astounding.

But what is it? Time for a crashcourse!

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IQ Crash Course - Big Data Analytics

  1. IQ CRASH COURSE BIG DATA ANALYTICS
  2. n 7 Ill Big Data Analytics is a relatively new and rapidly expanding field
  3. I Huge companies like Amazon as well as government bodies are using it, but anyone can benefit from Big Data ‘Rio
  4. IQ CRASH COURSE 53 AA AA
  5. I / V Time for a crash course!
  6. I : ‘: RSI I ‘El L Iii! ‘ I I I I, 1 / IO
  7. In a nutshell, it’s your data, our data - everyones data!
  8. |t’s processed through brand new techniques to produce value in the best and most efficient way possible Tio
  9. Big Data is in part a response to the huge increase in data being created every year around the world
  10. WHY DO WE NEED IT? 8%
  11. ’l H ”l E"! ”l ”l Every day, we create 2.5 quintillion bytes of data ‘Rio
  12. That means 90% of the data in the world today has been created in the last two years alone Rio
  13. We need Big Data Analytics to make sense of all this data - which is no easy task! (source IBM)
  14. WHY IS IT DIFFERENT TO NORMAL DATA? 8%
  15. ’Big Data’ isn't technically any different to normal data but it combines unstructured & multi-structured data Rio
  16. I “BE fI< I ~ I T A‘ A T ’A TI | TIL’. E. , T l_ _T_-_T_Il 7 § Unstructured data is not organized or easily interpreted by traditional methods. Usually text heavy - e. g tweets and facebook posts
  17. TV m iviulti-structured data is a variety of data formats and types and can be derived from interactions between people and machines. E. g web log data "Rio
  18. -____-__- THE ‘THREE VS’
  19. III r I Tr VOLUiViE VARIETY VELOCITY Gartner analyst Doug Laney introduced three defining dimensions of big data in 2001; volume, variety and velocity
  20. VOLUME VARIETY VELOCITY Volume refers to the amount of data, variety refers to the number of types of data and velocity refers to the speed of data processing
  21. VARIETY VELOCITY The challenges of big data management result from the expansion of all three properties “IO
  22. WHO USES BIG DATA? 8%
  23. Big Data is used by all sorts of companies all over the world but a great example is Netflix
  24. They analyse traffic details for various devices, spot problem areas and adjust network infrastructure to prepare for future demand
  25. k, F. Netflix is able to get insights into the type of content viewers preferred, which lets them make more accurate suggestions as time goes on
  26. Spotify is very good at this too!
  27. WHAT’S THE FUTURE OF BIG DATA? 8%
  28. Big data analytics is firmly rooted in business - it’s one of the best ways of getting market insights currently available ‘filo
  29. As technology progresses and computers get faster big data is going to get more and more powerful "filo
  30. This is already evident by the rise of Apache Spark and real-time analytics engines capable of lighting-fast data processing ‘Flo
  31. y E I I I = } “ Businesses must strive to keep up with the developments. Big Data evolves quickly - you don’t want to get to left behind! ‘TIO
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