A Hewlett-Packard business unit will work with a state government agency in Australia to deploy technology intended to function as one entry point for external and internal data sources.
The Department of State for Development, Business and Innovation selected HP Autonomy’s local partner Microsearch to deliver the Intelligent Data Operating Layer tool to agency employees, HP said Monday.
Rohit de Souza, general manager of information analytics at HP Autonomy, said the company’s IDOL platform works to help information technology administrators and end users streamline entry to multiple distributed content sources.
The DSDBI aims to gain a centralized access to sources such as DSDBI intranet, HP TRIM, shared network drives and other websites such as the Australian Bureau of Statistics, Hansard and Victoria online.
HP IDOL is designed to locate patterns from different sets of data to help speed up search from repositories and to provide search tools for the HP TRIM tool.