Hewlett-Packard‘s Autonomy subsidiary has added a new cloud-based application to its information management offering, aiming to help enterprises manage structured information and connect to databases.
The HP Application Information Optimizer 7.1 works to access, evaluate, classify and migrate legacy structured data from working storages and applications to repositories, HP said Thursday.
HP updated AIO to help customers address large volumes of data, comply with regulations, leverage information for business performance and turn applications into assets.
Mike Sullivan, general manager of protect enterprise at HP Autonomy, said the updated offering works to help customers transition to cloud-based storage.
AIO 7.1 runs on various cloud servers such as the HP CloudServices and public and private cloud environments and works to collect data from IBM DB2 databases.