For a couple of years now, the press and industry analysts have been focused on the three megatrends that will shape the future of computing. You know the script – everything is either about big data, cloud computing or the Internet of Things.
Lately I’ve seen these three trends coming together to create interesting new use cases. For example, this Forbes article makes the case that IoT is the Killer App for Big Data. The author covers two in the title, and he hits the trifecta when he points out that most of that IoT data flows through the cloud on its way to the big data store.
That’s three for three — the megatrends collapsed into one use case.
In our business, we see the same pattern emerging. We see all kinds of use cases tapping into the IoT at some point, everybody’s moving some (or lots) of their infrastructure to some variation of the cloud, and data volumes are climbing as both a cause and effect of all this change.
What’s that look like from a technology point of view? The Forbes article includes this diagram from Cloud Technology Partners that I think does a pretty good job of breaking it down.
Solace is uniquely well suited to three of the seven layers:
No other technology can handle the scale requirements these three megatrends entail, and many of our customers are betting on Solace for data sharing across big data, cloud, and the Internet of Things. More and more, the three trends are becoming slices of some pretty exciting pies.
From 2005 to 2017, Mr. Neumann was responsible for all aspects of strategic, corporate, product and vertical marketing. Before Solace, he held executive marketing positions with TIBCO and Oracle, and co-founded an internet software company called inCommon which was acquired by TIBCO. During his tenure at TIBCO, Mr. Neumann played a key role in planning company strategic direction relating to target markets and candidate acquisitions.[position] => [url] => https://solace.com/blog/author/larry-neumann/ ) )