Like real-time apps on all of your devices? You can thank Event-Driven Architecture

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The world moves in real time, and the demands on individuals, groups, and organizations are constantly changing. This may seem obvious – but many enterprises are still trying to meet their data needs in ways that don’t match this new reality. To keep up with the pace of business, companies must become agile organizations fueled by applications that access, analyze, and distribute data in real time.

Those applications must run on a data fabric that offers the elasticity to scale up and down as needed, efficiently and cost-effectively empowering people with the insights they need to do their jobs better and thus help their companies compete. The foundation of this new data fabric? Event-driven architecture.

Jeff Cotrupe has just launched the event-driven architecture initiative at MongoDB, drawing on insights from colleagues Mat Keep, Eric Holzhauer, and Rob Walters, and his expertise in real-time analytics developed with solutions providers and as an analyst at Stratecast. Current content includes a white paper that helps readers:

  • Explore how the state of the art has quickly evolved from “big data” to fast data — and the implications at an architectural level;
  • Understand requirements, components, and capabilities of event-driven architecture;
  • Learn how MongoDB is core to unleashing the power of real time across the organization; and
  • Review specific use cases and customer proof points presenting companies that are evolving and thriving as a result of working with MongoDB to deploy this innovation- and agility-enhancing architecture.

On demand: How to Use Data to Grab Your Share of $100 Trillion

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Now available on demand: How Legacy Modernization Can Help You Capture Your Share of $100 Trillion.

This video presentation talks about how your organization should be positioned to contend for its share of that $100 trillion, and what’s holding you back. What legacy modernization is — and isn’t. How leaders such as Travelers Insurance and Cisco have achieved substantial quantified results by modernizing their legacy data estates, including:

  • $2.0+ million in savings through improved developer productivity
  • 100x improvement in uptime
  • 5x improvement in site performance
  • 98% reduction in response time
  • 75% increase in developer prod coupled with an equivalent reduction in cost
  • Taking new business applications and projects live in one month instead of nine

Presenters: Jeff Cotrupe, Jon Rangel, Shawn McCarthy
Producer: Melissa Smith

Jeff Cotrupe joins MongoDB

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Jeff Cotrupe has joined the Product Marketing team at MongoDB as Senior Solutions Marketing Manager, responsible for driving solutions marketing and GTM content positioning UVP of  product/services portfolio to a senior audience. Jeff is a core part of an energetic and globally distributed team reporting to Senior Director, Products and Solutions, based in the UK. MongoDB is the first database company to go public in more than two decades (NASDAQ: $MDB), its business growing at ~50% YoY, with the technology and vision to take on the multibillion-dollar incumbents as it disrupts and reshapes an entire industry.

“As an analyst I had forecast a total market opportunity of $67.89 billion in big data and analytics by 2019, growing to nearly $111 billion by 2022,” said Cotrupe. “I am excited to be at a truly global company capturing a sizable and growing share of that opportunity!”

Jeff Cotrupe tells tales of eTail West, big data, and e-commerce success (or failure) on IDG’s Infoworld blog

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The Retail Death Star (a euphemism for whoever you think it is) has such a glowing reputation for its acumen with data that other companies clamor to know how the Death Star does it. Personal experience suggests myth does not match reality…and two rising stars signal that e-commerce just got a LOT more competitive. Read the full piece here.

Jeff Cotrupe offers a GDPR Survival Plan as part of his Privacy Blueprint

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Churchill Frank cited Jeff Cotrupe’s GDPR Survival Plan for organizations today on its blog in a piece titled How to increase data privacy and keep your information safe. In the piece, Churchill Frank cited the Stratecast report containing that GDPR Survival Plan, Our Detailed Privacy Blueprint: What All Parties Should Be Doing Right Now to Protect the People and Organizations They Care About, and a few of its many recommendations, including:

  • To conduct an audit to determine exactly what personal data (as defined in the GDPR) you are currently collecting, where you are storing it and how long you are retaining it–and destroying any personal data you cannot justify for essential business purposes.
  • That, while the GDPR applies to personal data held on citizens of the EU, organizations would do well to consider implementing data privacy best practices with regards to personal data on citizens of every region.
  • To train every employee on privacy, because a company’s posture on privacy is only as strong as its weakest link.

 

Jeff Cotrupe and co-presenters lay out a blueprint for actionable analytic insights through data preparation

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Jeff Cotrupe and Mike Jude, Ph.D., of Stratecast joined Andy Sheldon from Unifi Software, Murthy Mathiprakasam of Informatica, and Peter Evans of Solix on a webinar titled BE PREPARED! A Lively Discussion on DATA PREPARATION.

“Everyone wants analytic insights to make smarter, faster decisions–but before we reap the benefits of analytics, we must first sow good data,” said Cotrupe. Separating the wheat from the chaff requires effective data preparation: ETL and data mashups, data wrangling, data blending, however you say it or brand it, he added. “We assert that, partly as a result of the mountains of data bearing down on companies—and partly due to the methods companies are currently using—data science and IT are spending up to 80% of their time on data preparation before they ever get to analyze the data to obtain the analytic insights their organizations crave.”

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This Stratecast event analyzes data issues companies are facing; how the explosion of new data sources is adding to the challenges; and barriers to adoption of data preparation; and presents a blueprint for data preparation.

Jeff Cotrupe in IDG’s Infoworld: The wonders of AI—or the shortcomings of search?

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IDG’s Infoworld has published Jeff Cotrupe’s blog post, The wonders of AI—or the shortcomings of search? “AI fires the imagination with visions of driverless cars and pilotless planes, and intelligence that is not merely artificial but increasingly alternative: machines imbued with so much human capacity that they can think for themselves—and, while we’re not really looking—for us,” said Cotrupe in the piece. “Much of the value AI is delivering today, however, is far removed from the dare-I-say-sexy AI activities described above.” AI cuts through the clutter, he said, to provide not endless pages of search results to wade through, but with specific recommendations tailored to you as the seeker of knowledge—or simply as the seeker of where to find the best Chicago-style pizza while away from home on a business trip.(!) “AI also means not having to search,” said Cotrupe, presenting you with choices (or content, or opportunities) you didn’t ask for—that you didn’t have to ask for. That predictive capability is a clear differentiator.

While both questioning and extolling the virtues of AI, however, Cotrupe has a warning for readers of the piece: “A quiet voice in a corner of my consciousness says…we should proceed with caution.”

Readers can find Cotrupe on a regular basis here at the Accelerating Growth Strategies through Big Data and Analytics blog on Infoworld.