NIST CLOUD COMPUTING FORUM & WORKSHOP IX
September 13-15, 2016
NIST campus, 100 Bureau Drive, Gaithersburg, MD
Administration Building 101, Green Auditorium
Melvin Greer, CSCC Steering Committee member, presented on big data & analytics:
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The world that we live in today is significantly different than it was just a few years ago. The ability to create, store, manipulate ever increasingly amounts of data from cell phone, tablets and other devices continues to grow by leaps and bounds. We have also seen an explosion in the amount of networked cyber-physical devices that interact with their environment through sensing and actuation. Smart cities, smart building and driverless cars are in the crosshairs of this new world.
Our modern world is facilitated by cloud computing which empowers and seamlessly supports these technologies and enables future innovation.
This year, the NCCP Workshop & Forum is holding its 9th event on September 13-15, 2016 at NIST in Gaithersburg, Maryland. The theme of this year's workshop is "Cloud & the Interconnected World". This year we will be having a 2.5 day event in which we will discuss the roles of cloud computing in addressing the challenges of an interconnected world, the necessary building blocks for the vision and standards that make an interconnected world possible.
Join your fellow colleagues at the NIST Cloud Computing Forum and Workshop IX to learn more how cloud computing contributes to these technologies and to hear from an array of influential government, industry and academic leaders.
The Cloud Standards Customer Council will present on the topic of big data & analytics. (See our reference architecture, Customer Cloud Architecture for Big Data & Analytics). The speaker is Melvin Greer, CSCC Steering Committee member and Principal Engineer and Director of Data Science and Analytics at Intel.
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