Microsoft MVP Community Camp Nigel Parker Director Developer & Platform Group Microsoft New Zealand
towards a smart, connected and competitive New Zealand
”Overthe next decade computing will become even more ubiquitous and intelligence will become ambient.” – SatyaNadella, Feb 2014
Our Mission:Enable the development ofindustry-leading applications and services across devices
there are 3,300 Microsoft Partner Companies in New Zealand
transitioning from client/ server software to building apps for devices & services
start-up businesses run faster as they are unconstrained
Kiwi start-ups are growing up with BizSpark and Windows Azure
$200k of Azure, 264 start-ups in 6 months
Looking ahead: Perception vs Insight
It’s not the beginning • It’s not the end It’s not the beginning of the end • It’s the end of the beginning
Which megatrend wave are we riding? Four megatrends will dominate the next decade Social Mobility Cloud Data
The value of a device is magnified by the services the device consumes and the data the devices generates
Rule: Smart software systems and agents will create (and replace) many jobs.
Rule: Insight can come from your data aggregated with other data
Rule: Data is the new currency.
Data is the new currency “Big Data” is about applying math to huge quantities of data in order to infer probabilities
Rule: Telemetry will be pervasive
Netflix’s “House of Cards” House Of Cards U.S. HOUSE OF CARDS BRITAIN DAVID FINCHER DIRECTOR KEVIN SPACEY ACTOR Netflix determined that the overlap of these three areas would make “House Of Cards” a successful entry into original programing.
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Internet of Things 3 Engineering re-skilling is needed to manage growing complexity and coupling across HW, SW and Services 1 The next “wave” of computing is about to hit brought on by Moore’s law 2 New value streams are emerging with opportunities in connecting devices & services and data
The next wave of computing Definition of the “Internet of Things” • The network of physical objects that contain embedded technology to communicate, sense and interact with their internal states or the external environment Evolution to the “Internet of Things” Mainframe Mini Computing Client / Server Desktop Internet Cloud & Mobile Cloud & Digital Computing ? Computing Devices Data Management Apps Apps, Open APIs & Big Data Business Logic Apps Process Automation Apps Web Apps Mobile Apps 1960’s 1970’s 1980’s 1990’s 2000’s 2010’s 2020’s Computing Era Institutional computing One device for many users Mass market One device for one user Multi-device computing Many devices for one user
The IoT ecosystem brings new interfaces, sensors and programmable objects – all at a huge scale. Diversity Volume