HP bets on HPÂ HAVEnÂ to accelerate adoption, and monetize information.
HAVEn= Hadoop, Autonomy, Vertica, Enterprise Security, n(is for a large number ofÂ applications)
HP Vertica and HP Autonomy continue with forward momentum as Big Data and Business Intelligence is now at the forefront of the IT world. Big Data encompasses many different topics. From user, to machine data, structured andÂ unstructuredÂ data. The objective of HAVEnÂ businesses capture, store, manage and analyse all types of structured, unstructured and semi-structured data. Working with both Vertica and Autonomy, Vertica will manage the structured data and HP Autonomy will manage the unstructured data sets.
â€” Tim Crawford (@tcrawford) June 12, 2013
Based on research from â€œBig Data and Cloud,â€ Coleman Parkes Research, Ltd., May 2013.Â “nearly 60 percent of companies surveyed will spend at least 10 percent of their innovation budget on big data this year.” Â
As the Software Defined Data Center continues to see more software solutions penetrate the data center, HP is turning to larger and more comprehensive Big Data Solutions. Yesterday at HP Discover HP announced HPÂ HAVEn .Â HPÂ HAVEnÂ combines proven technologies fromÂ HP Autonomy,Â HP Vertica,Â HP ArcSightÂ andÂ HP Operations Management, as well as key industry initiatives such as Hadoop.
The question I ask however is how does IT fit into this? Yes IT supports the infrstrucure these software solutions run on, but with such a divide between the CIO and the CMO today, I personally believe Big Data Solutions may need to target the business directly. In discussions with some of HP’s Big Data executives, we were advised that theÂ Chief Compliance Officer and Chief Legal Officer are also emerging as target buyers for Big Data Solutions, specifically HP Autonomy.
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