In the early days of cloud in the enterprise, the focus was on taking existing workloads/applications and delivering them by way of the cloud.
The purpose of Smarter Cities is to ensure a more convenient life for citizens by generating various information types from all human behaviors and situations, such as the number of people waiting for the bus at the bus stop, bus numbers they wait for, road traffic conditions that affect the bus arrival time, music they listen to, and many others. To manage massive amounts of various data types generated rapidly every day, big data technology is essential for the Smarter Cities environment.
Over the last few months, Sonian has shown its value as a truly unique cloud vendor as it begins to expand the IBM cloud’s capabilities, so I thought it was due time to work with Sonian on relaying the company’s words to the global cloud community.
With cloud computing this quote is true in two ways:
-A wide variety of cloud services are available to compose with, like a box of chocolates.
-You don’t know up front what you’re going to get. This blog post offers the reader a three-step-plan to guide your journey to the cloud.