GigaOM Research makes bold predictions for future of big data and cloud computing
Analysts reveal emerging trends, the companies leading them, and where cloud and data are headed next.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) February 04, 2013
New reports from GigaOM Research look back at 2012 and examine what the coming year holds for cloud computing and big data. This research complements the upcoming Structure:Data conference, to be held March 20-21, 2013 in New York. Recent research includes:
Why big data will be even bigger in 2013 (podcast)
It’s tough to know what to expect in the quickly evolving big data market. Analysts Adam Lesser, George Gilbert and Jo Maitland discuss the growth of the market, promising IPO candidates, Amazon and wild predictions for the year ahead.
What you need to know about the cloud for the coming year (podcast)
GigaOM Research analysts Adam Lesser, David Linthicum and Paul Miller share their insights and predictions on the rise of the consumer-oriented cloud, managing big data applications in the cloud, enterprise and government adoption of the cloud, and industry-specific clouds.
Big data 2013: key trends and companies to watch (subscription required)
In this report, Jo Maitland examines several key trends (and the companies leading them) that will be pivotal in 2013, including a renaissance in the database market, next-generation SaaS-based business intelligence and visualization tools, and data warehousing-as-a-service.
Cloud and data fourth quarter 2012 analysis (subscription required)
In this quarterly wrap-up, David Linthicum and Jo Maitland examine cloud-based database opportunities, the continued rise of OpenStack, and how predictive analytics could have helped better predict the outcomes of Hurricane Sandy and the 2012 U.S. presidential election.
Along with Jo Maitland, GigaOM Research analysts George Gilbert, Phil Hendrix and Dave Ohara will take the stage at Structure:Data to examine the technical and business opportunities created by the rapid growth of big data. Discounted supersaver tickets for Structure:Data are available through February 22.
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