HP's Kate Davis, WW Product Marketing Manager for HP StoreVirtual Storage @KateAtHP discusses the topic in depth with independent storage blogger Chris Evans @chrismevans from the UK, whose blog Architecting.IT is read by over 5,000 IT professionals each month.
Beginning with basic concepts and the underlying essentials of the technology, Kate and Chris quickly move to a discussion of products from other vendors.
The regular series HP Tech Talk is published each Tuesday, and includes interviews with HP experts on Cloud, Networking, Servers and Storage products and ideas that are defining a the vision of a new style of Information Technology that offers a strategic framework for HP offerings in the enterprise space.
HP's Stephan Spector introduces an expert guest on Cloud Service Automation, John McDermott, EMEA Portfolio Manager, Cloud Educations Services.
Cloud computing resources are so easy to mobilize that it's easy to misjudge the interaction and implications of interactions of private and public clouds spread around the world. John McDermott explains the role that HP simulation tools can play helping real world customers manage the planning surrounding deployment of workloads, regardless of the origin of the application, either on private or public cloud or in a managed asset environment.
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Randy Meyer, VP and GM of the HP Integrity Server business unit provides an overview of the increased pressure of transactional data volume and the opportunity for Business intelligence value when handled correctly. HP's contribution to the success of major enterprises with NonStop always on performance has extended to some customers with over 27 years of uptime.
Mobile phones under LTE have extended the range of expectations that consumers share - but that communications capability has value only when coupled with dependable services. Always on- always access to your data ups the ante for service providers - moving from financial and travel applications to an entire realm of customer services in all sorts of industries.
Midcosoft's Thale Mjavatn provides an overview of the joint effort with HP to help HP Customers gain maximum value from Big Data, especially data sets that may not be anticipated in the initial planning of the system. Public datasets may provide actionable business insight, and the HP APPSystem The Parallel Data Warehouse (PDW) allows reapid access to relevant and timely data from across the enterprise. PDW is a component of SQL Server 2012 , and enables you to combine this internal data with those external datasets, including Polybase which interfaces easily with Hadoop for reduction of the data,which is addressable as if it were a conventional SQL database.
HP's Printing and Personal Systems addresses this growing trend in IT - designing products for mobile access and flexibility. At HP Discover in Barcelona, laptop products, displays and terminal products from HP were all displayed, with emphasis on security of deployment combined with the appearance and user interface features that other consumer products offer.
HP's strategy is to achieve a balance between these factors, and at the same time offer a variety of tools for mobile workers, either in the field or upon return to the office. The latest 4G LTE and wireless standards are an important part of assuring connectivity, as well as commercial desktop systems that are still a major component of the overall set of devices that today's knowledge worker needs.
Paul Muller, from HP Cloud joins AVOA exec Tim Crawford in a discussion of strategic junction of business, strategy and IT. Paul is involved in HP's Enterprise2020 effort, looking at the challenge of pulling in pockets of disconnected data, and its impact on both IT and customer relationships.
Bringing data elements together to present a clear picture of reality that is actionable is a challenge because of the nature of some of the information. CRM and ERP systems represent only a small portion of the data available, with perhaps 80% of the data in unstructured data form. Add in geographically disparate data locations and the increased value of data not owned by the company, and the challenge grows to keep data fresh yet retained for intervals appropriate for the business.
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