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IT Technology Trends 2014

  1. IT Technology Trends 2014 Assoc.Prof. Dr. Thanachart Numnonda Executive Director IMC Institute 16 May 2014
  2. 2 Mainframe Client/Server Web Generation Cloud Computing The new IT era
  3. 3 The next phase of the Internet Connectivity Intelligence Machines Big Data and Analytics Cloud
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  5. 5 Trend #1 Mobile Diversity & Mobile Apps
  6. 6 Mobile Trends The era of PC dominance with Windows as the single platform will be replaced with a post-PC era where Windows is one of a variety of environments IT Mobile Device Diversity: Many form factors, screen sizes, interaction styles, platforms, architectures Innovative BYO knowledge workers will use 3 to 5 devices by 2016
  7. 7 Worldwide Devices Shipments
  8. 8 Worldwide Devices Shipments by OS
  9. 9 Smartphone Marketshare Q1: 2014 Source IDC
  10. 10 Tablet Marketshare Q1: 2014
  11. 11 Mobile Devices - No Single Vendor or Platform Will Dominate Source Gartner
  12. 12 The Rise of Enterprise Mobile Platforms Enterprise mobile platforms are key strategic solutions encompassing mobile applications, integration, management, and security – Cloud-delivered – Social-enabled – Multichannel – Device-aware – Device-agnostic
  13. 13 Mobile Apps and Applications Richer UI models – Voice, Video & more Microsoft, Google and Apple will battle for leadership – “Modern” UI & “Apps” vs. “Applications” – Contextual, connected, multi-device Multichannel applications – Store, Sync and Share – Cross-Platform Applications Development challenges – New design skills – Responsive Design
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  16. 16 Mobile Application Development Source KMS Technology
  17. 17 Mobile Applications Hybrid approach allows developers to write HTML5 code once and deploy it on multiple platform. Nevertheless, native apps won't disappear, and will always offer the best user experiences and most sophisticated features. More than 50% of companies will look to the cloud for their mobile app deployments.
  18. 18 Mobile Web A design approach that optimises users’ viewing experiences across a wide range of devices. Pro: ● it is your website, so costs are minimised and service iteration simplified ● uses open standards (HTML5) ● no gatekeepers to constrain access ● performance still good ● clear winning strategy for ‘utility’ services Con: ● not persistent on device ● some device features unavailable ● requires internet connection ● not snappy enough for some complex services (eg Spotify, Facebook, Skype) ● no ‘download and buy’ revenue stream
  19. 19 Native Apps Native apps are downloadable software applications that run using the device’s operating system code and APIs. Pro: ● revenue (download and buy) ● persistent presence on device ● can access all functions on a device ● snappier performance in general ● can be used offline, in some cases Con: ● expensive to develop and maintain ● needs several different versions ● can only be downloaded via gatekeeper app stores ● most apps are rarely downloaded, and even then hardly used
  20. 20 Programming Community Index 2014
  21. 21 Mobile App Developers
  22. 22 Mobile Developer Mindshare 2014 Source Vision Mobile
  23. 23 Mobile Developer Target Platform Source Vision Mobile
  24. 24 JavaScript JavaScript support soon became standard in every browser. JavaScript libraries are on the rise. JavaScript libraries like jQuery, Node.js, Knockout.js, AngularJS, and Backbone.JS are becoming a part of the mainstream web development.
  25. 25 HTML5 Gartner predicts that through 2014, improved JavaScript performance will begin to push HTML5 and the browser as a mainstream enterprise application development environment. HTML 5 has continued to become a vital part of the Web development. HTML 5 and JavaScript are used together. As a web developer, just one is not going to help you. You must know and use both.
  26. 26 Hybrid & Cross-Platform SDKS Source KMS Technology
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  28. 28 Trend #2 Big Data
  29. 29 The Rise of Big Data
  30. 30 Data Growth
  31. 31 Big Data Classification
  32. 32 Three Characteristics of Big Data Source Introduction to Big Data: Dr. Putchong Uthayopas
  33. 33 Big Data Supply Chain
  34. 34 Big Data Opportunity Source: Big Data in the Enterprise. When to Use What?
  35. 35 Big Data Landscape Source: Big Data in the Enterprise. When to Use What?
  36. 36 Big Data Landscape... More
  37. 37 Hadoop Led the Way
  38. 38 A scalable fault-tolerant distributed system for data storage and processing Completely written in java Open source & distributed under Apache license What is Hadoop?
  39. 39 MapReduce (Job Scheduling/Execution System) Hadoop Ecosystem HDFS (Hadoop Distributed File System) Hive Zookepper Flume HBase Source Big Data Hadoop: Danairat Thanabodithammachari Pig
  40. 40 “By 2015. 50% of Enterprise data will run on Hadoop platform” Yahoo
  41. 41 Popular NoSQL/New SQL Distributions
  42. 42 Big Data as distributed, scale-out, sharded data stores Popular MPP Distributions
  43. 43 Big Data Solution Sensors Devices Bots Crawlers ERP CRM LOB APPs Unstructured and Structured Data Parallel Data Warehouse Hadoop On Cloud Hadoop On Private Server Connectors S S R S BI Platform Familiar End User Tools Spreadsheet Embedded BIPredictive Analytics Data Market Place Data Market Petabytes of Data (Unstructured) Hundreds of TB of Data (structured)
  44. 44 “Bัy 2015, Big Data demand will reach 4.4 million jobs globally, but only one-third of those jobs will be filled” Gartner, 2012-2013
  45. 45 Trend #3 Cloud Computing
  46. 46 Cloud Computing change IT as electricity industry
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  51. 51 Source : PwC Global 100 Software Leaders March 2014 Top 20 SaaS vendors
  52. 52 IaaS Impacts! Local data centers will provide cloud services IaaS is not just a normal hosting; it requires large investment on a data center. Different architecture and business model. Fewer large cloud data center in ASEAN will survive Need to compete with big giants; Amazon, Google, Oracle, etc.
  53. 53 IaaS
  54. 54 Cloud Computing Impact Software development will shift toward the cloud. Software company may develop their applications on public IaaS/Paas; Microsoft Azure, Google App Engines, Heroku, Amzaon S3 Require new skills Opportunity to sell aboard.
  55. 55 Enterprise Application Platform as a Service (aPaaS)
  56. 56 Personal Clouds Personal clouds are becoming a way to store and manage our personal data and documents. Personal clouds will be the way to store personal data. Personal clouds API
  57. 57 Hybrid IT –IT As Advisor, Broker and Provider
  58. 58 Trend #4 Internet of Things
  59. 59 The Next Big Thing The next generation of mobile seems to be like the wearable devices Samsung, Apple, Microsoft and other companies are now working on wearable devices such as watches, keys, glasses, and clothes. Juniper Research expects more than 130 million smart wearable devices will ship by 2018 Google Glass will sell 21 million units annually by 2018.
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  64. 64 Software Development Software developers need to do is learn one more API for a device. It seems like Android and Java will be big players in this field. Apple iOS and Microsoft Windows Phone are way behind in this field. Wearable app and Android will be the trend to watch in 2014.
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  68. 68 Feature Glassware
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  74. 74 Thank you