Stephen A. Brodsky, Ph.D. » Distinguished Engineer, Architect, Big Data, IBM

Session: BIG DATA SPOTLIGHT: BIG DATA IS DEAD! LONG LIVE SMART DATA!

Stephen A. Brodsky, Ph.D., is a Technical Executive and Distinguished Engineer for IBM Big Data initiatives at the IBM Silicon Valley Laboratory. Big Data is the strategic integration of large scale information processing, including Hadoop map-reduce, streams, database, web servers, indexing, analytics, ETL, modeling, and traceability for structured, semi-structured, and unstructured information. Previously he led the architecture for the Optim Data Studio product line and pureQuery and was a member of the architecture team for DB2 pureXML, Rational Application Developer (RAD), and WebSphere.

Dr. Brodsky holds doctoral and master’s degrees in Electrical and Computer Engineering and a joint bachelor’s degree in Applied Mathematics and Biochemistry and Cell Biology. He has filed over 40 patent applications.