Does Big Data end up in Helion or Haven? When you’re with HP, the answer is both, with HP’s new Haven OnDemand solution, running on its Helion Cloud, enabling its ‘customers to analyse all forms of data, including business data, machine data, and unstructured, human information.’
Developers aren’t forgotten, as they ‘can also leverage this innovative web service, as well as engage with a robust and growing community to create next-generation applications and services.’
Chris Blatchford, Thomson Reuters’ Director of Business Operation Platform Group said: “Thomson Reuters is the world’s leading source of intelligent information for businesses and professionals; we deliver critical information via a combination of innovative technology and industry expertise
“For a recent hackathon event, we utilised HP’s Haven OnDemand platform to produce several innovative new applications over an incredibly short amount of time. In particular HP IDOL OnDemand’s intuitive interface and wide array of API’s allowed our developers to ‘think big’ and realise their vision.”
HP also announced that it is embedding its ‘unique Haven assets deeper into the HP Software application portfolio with new offerings that leverage Big Data analytics to help businesses transform their IT operations, power information governance and compliance, and achieve greater levels of information security.’
For HP, it is all about empowering the entire enterprise with ‘Data Discovery and Next-Gen Applications’.
HP Haven is clearly a big part of HP’s puzzle, being ‘a powerful platform that allows organisations to put data and insights at the core of their business, transforming every aspect of an enterprise, from the data centre to mobile, customer-facing applications at the edge.’
HP boasts HP Haven OnDemand allows its ‘customers, partners, and developers to tap into key components of its Haven Enterprise platform to gain blazing fast insights, rapid time to value and analytic functionality on all types of data, within minutes’.
Key components of HP Haven OnDemand include:
- HP Vertica OnDemand – delivers enterprise-class Big Data analytics via the cloud. HP Vertica OnDemand offers an extensive set of built-in analytic capabilities with no compromises on performance and flexibility. The service places a premium on simplicity and ease of use, and customers can be up and running analytics using HP Vertica OnDemand within minutes. This comprehensive service is available in a wide range of flexible consumption models, including a managed virtual private cloud offering developed in partnership with HP Enterprise Services, to meet the availability and compliance needs of today’s most demanding enterprises.
- HP IDOL OnDemand – provides the industry’s most comprehensive set of Big Data web services that developers, partners, and customers can use to build next generation applications that can analyse a broad spectrum of data types, including images, social media, text, video and more. HP IDOL OnDemand leverages the advanced data processing engine of HP IDOL to enable a broad range of unique functions, including contextual search, sentiment analysis and face detection. To date, over 5,000 developers have signed up as registered users of the service.
HP’s Software division also HP Software also unveiled several innovations across its portfolio that leverage HP Haven Big Data analytics.
- IT Operations Management – HP’s new comprehensive set of new IT Operations Management solutions that leverages Haven analytics, which HP says is ‘to help organisations automate and optimise IT application and system management, resulting in faster time to market, greater cost efficiencies, and exceptional customer experiences.’
- Security – HP introduced a of new version of HP ArcSight ESM, which it says is ‘a market-leading security information and event management (SIEM) solution.’ The solution detects and protects against security threats through real-time correlation and analysis of billions of events per day. HP explains the new release includes several innovations to improve the speed and performance of the solution.
Additionally, HP Application Defender, which HP says is ‘the industry’s first cloud-managed application self-protection service’, leverages HP Haven analytics to provide immediate visibility and actively defend production applications against attacks. HP says its ‘Application Defender’ is now available now here https://www.hp-application-defender.com for a free trial.
- Intelligent Retention and Content Management – HP’s new solution ‘that combines HP hardware and software technologies to allow organisations to intelligently manage data throughout its lifecycle. The solution brings together HP StoreAll, HP ControlPoint, HP Records Manager and HP Haven analytics to reinvent end-to-end information lifecycle management.’
- Analytics on Hadoop – HP announced the general availability of HP Vertica for SQL on Hadoop, an analytics platform that enables customers to access and explore data residing in Hortonworks, MapR, Cloudera, Apache based data lakes, or any combination of these leading Hadoop distributions.
Branko Burgaski, HP South Pacific’s HP Software GM said: “To succeed in today’s marketplace, businesses must be able to leverage all forms of data, at high speed and in context, in order to capitalise on emerging opportunities and manage risk and costs.
“With [this new] announcement, we are making our unique Big Data platform more accessible and adaptable than ever before, giving customers, partners, and developers an unmatched set of assets that can help them create winning, data-driven businesses.”
HP says that ‘Australian availability for HP Vertica OnDemand will be announced shortly’.
The company says that more information on Vertica OnDemand is here.
HP IDOL OnDemand is available now as an early access web service with details here.
More information about HP Haven OnDemand is available here.