HP Rolls Technologies Into Single Data Analysis Platform

HP - ExecutiveBizHewlett-Packard has debuted a new big data management tool with the aim of combining recently acquired analytics products and services into a single platform, ZDNet reported Tuesday.

Larry Dignan writes that HP unveiled HAVEnĀ at its Discover conference in Las Vegas, an offering designed to bundle HP’s Autonomy, Vertica, Operations Management, ArcSight and Hadoop technologies.

The platform seeks to help customers avoid vendor lock-in through its more than 700 open source connectors.

According to the article, HAVEn is also meant to support hardware acceleration and virtualization technologies.

Dignan reports that HP Operations Analytics, the first application built on HAVEn, intends to combine information technology operational data from a variety of ArcSight tools and HP business service management offerings.

The company also launched a free version of its Vertica Community platform for managing up to 1 terabyte of data.

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