Big data is here and in a big way.  Big data is coming from all sorts of sources and means, including sensors, deep space exploration, social media, smartphones, genomic, etc.  The cloud has been instrumental in supporting the storage and processing of the ever increasing amount of data.  “Domesticating” big data, i.e., making it useful, however, has been a major challenge.  Service computing is the next major evolution of computing that aims at transforming massive data into artefacts that are acted upon, thus producing services. In this talk, I will first overview the big data trend. I will then motivate the need for a uniform service management for making big data useful, i.e., turning it into services. I will then describe our latest research that focuses on servicing sensor cloud data.

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Duration:  60 minutes
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