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© 2012 IBM Corporation 1 Welcome to the IBM InfoSphere Streams Developers Conference December 3-4, 2012 IBM InfoSphere Streams Version 3.0 Roger Rea IBM InfoSphere Streams Product Manager
© 2012 IBM Corporation 2 Logistics Hosts: Roger Rea & Lisa Foisy Developer Conference runs from 9:00AM – 5:30PM Central on December 3-4 Audio in listen only mode is available on the Webcast For ability to listen and ask questions during Q&A periods, please use the following conference information: –USA Toll-Free: 1-888-426-6840 –USA Caller Paid: 1-215-861-6239 –For Other Countries: https://www.teleconference.att.com/servlet/glbAccess?process=1&accessCode=7821035 &accessNumber=2158616239 –Participant Code: 7821035 The Webcast sessions will be recorded and posted to the Streams DeveloperWorks Wiki Reminders: –All phone lines will be muted –To unmute your phone line for questions, press *6 –This session is being recorded. If you have concerns, please disconnect
© 2012 IBM Corporation 3 Agenda – Monday, December 3 Times are in Central United States time zone 9:00AM – Welcome and Introduction to IBM InfoSphere Streams Version 3.0 (30 minutes) – Roger Rea 9:30AM - Installation Improvements (40 minutes) - Laurie Williams 10:10AM – Streams Console Applications (20 minutes) – Warren Acker 10:30AM – Streams Console Application Graph (30 minutes) – Michael Pfeifer 11:00AM - Morning Break (10 minutes) 11:10AM – Visualization of View Data (35 minutes) – Susan Cline 11:45AM - Lunch Break (60 minutes) 12:45PM – SPL Enhancements (70 minutes) – Howard Nasgaard 1:55PM – Java Operator API Enhancements (30 minutes) – Howard Nasgaard 2:25PM – Streams Studio (60 minutes) – Pete Nicholls 3:25PM - Afternoon Break (10 minutes) 3:35PM – Streams Studio cont'd (60 minutes) – Pete Nicholls 4:35PM – Overview of BigInsights (45 minutes) – Anshul Dawra 5:20PM – Wrap-up
© 2012 IBM Corporation 4 Agenda – Tuesday, December 4 Times are in Central time zone 9:00AM – Introduction 9:05AM - Streams Toolkit Landscape (15 minutes) - Mike Branson 9:20AM - TimeSeries Toolkit (30 minutes) - Bharath Devaraju 9:50AM – Big Data Toolkit (30 minutes) - Manasa Rao 10:20AM - Morning Break (10 minutes) 10:30AM - Geospatial Toolkit (30 minutes) - Mohan Dani 11:00AM - Messaging Toolkit (30 minutes) – Anjali Agarwal 11:30AM - Text Toolkit (30 minutes) - Rachit Arora 12:00PM - Lunch Break (60 minutes) 1:00PM - Toolkit Enhancements and Database Toolkit (20 minutes) - Paul Bye / Mike Accola 1:20PM – DataStage Integration Toolkit (25 minutes) - Mike Koranda 1:55PM – Complex Event Processing (CEP) Toolkit (10 minutes) – Howard Nasgaard 2:05PM – Miscellaneous Enhancements (10 minutes) – Mike Koranda 2:15PM – Documentation Updates (10 minutes) – Cindy Maier 2:25PM – Logging and Tracing (20 minutes) – Jingdong Sun 2:45PM – Stream Connection Health, Blockage, and Congestion (15 minutes) – Denny Hatzenbihler 3:00PM - Afternoon Break (10 minutes) 3:10PM – Introduction to IBM Accelerators (10 minutes) – Raghuram Velega 3:20PM – Social Data Analytics Accelerator (60 minutes) – Raghuram Velega 4:20PM – Telecommunications Event Data Analytics Accelerator (60 minutes) – Roger Rea 5:20PM - Wrap-up
© 2012 IBM Corporation 5 Introduction InfoSphere Streams Version 3.0 Roger Rea Product Manager – IBM InfoSphere Streams
© 2012 IBM Corporation 6 Asian telco Real-time mediation and analysis 7B CDRs per day Data processing time reduced 12 hour to 1 minute Resources Reduced 36 to 12 blades 6
© 2012 IBM Corporation 7 7 7 Dublin City Centre 7 Improved on-time performance 600 buses on 150 routes 50 bus locations per second Location and stop ETA Automatically generate routes and stop locations Expect increase in riders
© 2012 IBM Corporation 8 8 University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT) “Helps detect life threatening conditions up to 24 hours sooner” Detect Neonatal Patient Symptoms Sooner Up to 24 Hours Continuously correlate data Thousands of events each second Signal Processing and Data Cleansing Heart Rate Variability 8
© 2012 IBM Corporation 9 Big Data Accelerators Facilitating Smarter Planet and Business Analytics BI / Reportin g Exploration / Visualization Functional App Industry App Predictive Analytics Content Analytics Analytic Applications IBM Big Data Platform Systems Management Application Development Visualization & Discovery Accelerators Information Integration & Governance Data Warehouse Hadoop System Stream Computing Business Analytics Smarter Planet Cloud Computing Accelerators often begin at IBM Research IBM Research: more patents than any other company Faster time to value
© 2012 IBM Corporation 10 IBM InfoSphere Streams Comprehensive Development Tools Scale-out ArchitectureSophisticated Analytics with Toolkits & Accelerators Front Office 3.0 Clustered runtime for near- limitless capacity RHEL v5.3 and above CentOS v6.0 and above X86 & Power multicore hardware InfiniBand support Ethernet support First Steps Eclipse IDE Web console Drag & Drop editor Instance graph Streams visualization Streams debugger Big Data, CEP, Database, Data Explorer, DataStage, Finance, SPSS, Geospatial, Internet, Mining, Messaging, Standard, Text, Time Series Toolkits Telco, Machine Data & Social Data Accelerators
© 2012 IBM Corporation 11 Streams Analyzes All Variety of Data Mining in Microseconds (included with Streams) Image & Video (Open Source) Simple & Advanced Text (included with Streams) Text (listen, verb), (radio, noun) Acoustic (IBM Research) (Open Source) Geospatial (Included with Streams) Predictive (Included with Streams) Advanced Mathematical Models (Included with Streams)) Statistics (included with Streams) ***New***
© 2012 IBM Corporation 12 Drag/Drop, Visualization Toolkits: Time Series, Geospatial, MQ, CEP, DataStage Accelerators: Telco, Social, Machine Drag/Drop, Visualization Toolkits: Time Series, Geospatial, MQ, CEP, DataStage Accelerators: Telco, Social, Machine Streams (production license) Streams Developer Edition Streams Non-Production Streams (production), Non- Production, Developer Edition includes BigInsights: Limited use bundle as supporting Program (Max 5 TB) Streams RVU pricing, with Activated Processor Core as the Resource Streams Developer Edition pricing is per user. Install as many dev and test machines as required so long as all users are licensed. In this case, Non-Production not required. Streams Non-Production – only used in rare cases when per user is not a suitable metric for the customer. Usually this is a much more expensive approach vs Developer Edition Streams BigInsights New Streams BigInsights New Streams BigInsights New Drag/Drop, Visualization Toolkits: Time Series, Geospatial, MQ, CEP, DataStage Accelerators: Telco, Social, Machine Drag/Drop, Visualization Toolkits: Time Series, Geospatial, MQ, CEP, DataStage Accelerators: Telco, Social, Machine New Drag/Drop, Visualization Toolkits: Time Series, Geospatial, MQ, CEP, DataStage Accelerators: Telco, Social, Machine Drag/Drop, Visualization Toolkits: Time Series, Geospatial, MQ, CEP, DataStage Accelerators: Telco, Social, Machine New Enhanced Bundling
© 2012 IBM Corporation 13 InfoSphere Streams Roadmap Information regarding potential future products is intended to outline our general product direction and it should not be relied on in making a purchasing decision. The information mentioned regarding potential future products is not a commitment, promise, or legal obligation to deliver any material, code or functionality. Information about potential future products may not be incorporated into any contract. The development, release, and timing of any future features or functionality described for our products remains at our sole discretion. Apr 2011 Streams v2.0 Dynamic Stream Scope Matching Tag-based deployment constraints Streams Studio ease of use enhancements Stream Processing Language improvements Nested data types Additional Built in operators Composite operators Common Windowing Library Health & Performance monitoring improvements 2002 – 2008 System S 7 releases to US Government April 2009 – Streams v1.0 Runtime, tools and adapters Improved installation Nov 2011 Streams v18.104.22.168 BigInsights integration capabilities Text Analytics & HDFS operators DB2 paralell adapters Multiple NIC for increased bandwidth Optional PKI authentication Operator and application design patterns 1H2013 and beyond End user development High Availability enhancements Translation of Streams UI Web Services & REST interfaces Healthcare, Energy & Utility, Deep Packet Inspection toolkits Performance enhancements Additional platform support Incremental model building Auto Parallelization & Loops Nov 2012 Streams v3.0 Improved usability theme Drag and drop application composition Data Visualization XML data type support Messaging, Time Series and Geospatial Toolkits Telco & Social Data Accelerators Enhanced logging November 2009 – Streams v1.0.10 SELinux security February 2010 – Streams v1.2 Finance Toolkit Mining Toolkit Passport Advantage pricing & support (As of December 2012) Mar 2012 Streams v22.214.171.124 Power Linux support
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