Rancang Bangun Infrastruktur Big Data pada Institusi Pendidikan Tinggi Multi Kampus

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  • Daniel Yeri Kristiyanto Sekolah Tinggi Elektronika dan Komputer
  • Bambang Suhartono Sekolah Tinggi Elektronika dan Komputer

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Abstract

Nowadays is referred to as the era of big data where every individual or organization produces large amounts of data through various digital devices used. Higher education institutions continuously produce data and only strore it in various data formats and physical files, thus creating massive raw data. Collection of data created from a long time produces big data, so it is difficult to be treated manually or processed using conventional data processing applications. Higher education is an educational institution that always produces data from time to time continuously through various affairs in each of its parts. Multi campus institutions have physical locations that are far apart from one to another with more than one physical infrastructure. Each campus branch produces its own data, this requires a though about how to build a large data infrastructure, so that stakeholders can use various data from each branch of the campus for the analysis process of various needs of tertiary institutions. Multi campus big data infrastructure is the focus of this research, through the stages of big data sampling on multiple campuses using statistical and prototyping methods, so that data flow and data unity can be standardized in all branches of the campus by minimizing infrastructure constraints that are based on socioculture and spatial aspects.

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Published

2020-06-26

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Kristiyanto, D. Y., & Suhartono, B. (2020). Rancang Bangun Infrastruktur Big Data pada Institusi Pendidikan Tinggi Multi Kampus. MEANS (Media Informasi Analisa Dan Sistem), 5(1), 1–7. Retrieved from https://ejournal.ust.ac.id/index.php/Jurnal_Means/article/view/681

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