Abstract: The term Big Data has become ubiquitous in recent years. The Big Data phenomena is transforming our society and industries in ways that we thought was not possible. With the advancement and maturation of the technology in this space, every enterprise is seeking to create value out of their data irrespective of where they are in the adoption curve of such technology. The business value that these enterprises are seeking are unique to them and are always unlocked through a specific use case and application. This session will explore the current challenges facing those enterprises with emphasis on the original 3Vs of the Big Data characteristics of: volume, velocity, and variety. The talk will describe a real-life manufacturing IoT use case and how that company after its successful initial deployment went on to expand their systems.
Hema Ramaswamy – Bio
Hema Ramaswamy is a seasoned technologist with in-depth experience in scale-out big data management platforms. She gained her in-depth experience working for over two decades in roles as Sr. Software Designer, Overall Product Architect, Technical Program Manager, Sr. Research Manager and Sr. Engineering Manager for Tandem Computers, Hewlett-Packard and Teradata Labs. She currently is a Sr. Development Manager Oracle NoSQL Database server. She has been both a technical leader and enterprise-wide strategist with extensive experience in leading end-to-end database product development with specialization in incubating ideas/projects and commercializing them.
Hema has been an active member in the Central Texas IEEE chapters and is a founding member of the Austin chapter of the Association for Women in Computing. Hema received her M.S. in Computer Science, from the University of Florida and her B.S. in Electrical and Electronics Engineering, A.C. College of Engineering and Technology, India.
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