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kq4ym 9/15/2017 | 9:28:18 AM
Re: 44 zettabytes of data Searching data with natural language may well be a significant tech change. Allowing non-database folks to easily and quickly search and find the right data to come up with the answers will be a huge change, that as noted may not be welcomed by the current data base administrators and those folks whose job now is to do that work.
hugefan 9/1/2017 | 11:55:40 AM
Re: 44 zettabytes of data useful info I am new here so.. but I really agree with this.
Susan Fourtané 9/1/2017 | 8:57:24 AM
Re: 44 zettabytes of data Yes, Maryam. And there are many of those cases now being affected by several technologies. There are new jobs that will be created. Some that don’t even exist now. The thing is that people should be prepared to upgrade their skills, or learn new ones.
[email protected] 8/31/2017 | 4:51:45 PM
Re: 44 zettabytes of data Very true especially when it impacts someone's job growth directly. Those technologies tend to face the greatest resistance.
Susan Fourtané 8/31/2017 | 5:25:11 AM
Re: 44 zettabytes of data Not everyone is always happy with the new technologies. It has happened for certuries. It won’t change.
[email protected] 8/30/2017 | 4:58:00 PM
Re: 44 zettabytes of data Many may be happy but the database admins may not be!
Susan Fourtané 8/30/2017 | 4:39:54 PM
Re: 44 zettabytes of data I think that’s exactly the point. To create more business agility, and simplify your work and the time wasted waiting when you could do your own search. Many people will love this.
[email protected] 8/30/2017 | 4:34:02 PM
Re: 44 zettabytes of data I think it's an awesome idea, making data searches easier and more intuitive is a win for everyone. I have spent endless hours in my career waiting for database queries to be scheduled because of limited resources to perform the queries. If I could do them myself it would move business initiatives forward much more quickly.
Susan Fourtané 8/30/2017 | 2:00:25 PM
Re: 44 zettabytes of data Joe, I personally believe it’s impossible to know the real amount of data that will actually exist in 2020, or next year for that matter. The same goes for IoT, and so on. No one’s crystal ball will ever be precise, unless they can also predict or forecast the unexpected, which I doubt anyone can. However, as per a figure for illustrating that both data and connected things (some include devices in this cathegory, and some don’t) are rapidly growing, what the research companies estimate works for me. In fact, estimations is all what it is. I could predict I will drink X amount of tea by the year 2020 based on my daily number of cups of tea consumed. However, I have no way to anticipate the unexpected, which is what, in the end, will determine the real figure. Therefore, any prediction about my cups of tea (I promise, it’s a large number) will prove to be innacurate in 2020. It may sound silly to you, but that is exactly how it is. No matter matter is it’s data, IoT, or cups of tea. The result will be the same.
Joe Stanganelli 8/30/2017 | 12:23:10 PM
Re: Sign me up @John: For my own part, my "Google-Fu" is pretty good...but sometimes I have difficulty searching data within my own company systems.
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