With July 1st, I’ve decided to change my professional career and change to Teradata. I will work as the Big Data Leader for CEE, developing the Business in the region. It is a major career step for me. In the upcoming years, I will work closely with our teams in the region to built great Big Data applications.
The cloud adoption in CEE is approaching a turning point. Innovative companies and CIOs are embracing the cloud in an increasing number, challenging the “wait and see” approach of their competitors. After several years of investments in the development of the cloud by service providers, the cloud has moved beyond the hype in CEE and has become a viable option for enhancing business agility, efficiency and driving innovation in enterprise IT. Perception around the advantages and risks of the cloud are also shifting. The business value is rapidly gaining credit through the best practices provided by the increasing number of CEE implementations while traditional concerns around security and control are becoming less prevalent. No surprise, that the outlook of the cloud market remains outstandingly positive, representing the most dynamic segment of ICT market in CEE with an average growth rate of more than 50% for the next years. However, the growth will vary among cloud service types, depending on the
IDC expects that the market for Big Data grows by almost 40% a year, growing from 3.2 billion Dollars a year to 16.9 billion Dollars per year. This is a huge growth and means almost 40% growth per year. IDC also states that the market for Big Data grows 7-times as fast as the rest of the IT market. There are several opportunities for companies that are already familiar with Big Data technologies, but also challenges for those companies that are not yet into this type of technology. IDC currently sees the following trends in the Big Data market: There are tremendous opportunities for vendors of Big Data technologies on nearly all levels of the Big Data stack. The stack includes the infrastructure Layer (including Storage, Compute Power, Networking, …), the Data Storage and Management Layer (including Databases), the Analysis Layer (Software for Analysation) and the Decision Support and Automation Layer. Companies already familiar with Big Data Technologies can gain
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