The HP IT organization manages more than 20,000 databases, 50,000 servers, 60,000 network devices, and 2,000 applications spread across datacenters located in three cities. How does HP Operations Analytics help HP IT ensure performance and availability of systems and applications in their traditional and private cloud data centers?
HP IT will share 3 use cases of HP Operations Analytics, achieving results in minutes rather than days or weeks:
Identifying root cause of widespread global network outage
Troubleshoot application outage from configuration change
Find root cause of problem related to Exchange performance
Join Gary Brandt, HP Global IT Functional Architect, to learn how HP IT incorporates best operational practices to collect and analyze structured and unstructured data using big data analytics at enterprise scale.
Gary Brandt HP Global IT Functional Architect, Operations Service Enablement
Gary Brandt has over 20 years of experience in the IT industry focusing on enterprise-scale business solutions and operations. He is the principle architect for designing and instrumenting monitoring and operational analytic solutions for HP’s private cloud and traditional data centers. Gary is a subject matter expert with many HP Software products and is using HP Operations Analytics to enable HP IT operations teams to analyze trends and patterns in data to isolate, solve, and proactively prevent production problems.
Sancha Norris Sr. Product Marketing Manager, Operations Analytics, HP Business Services Management Sancha leads the product marketing responsibilities for Operations Analytics at HP, the first HP analytics solution built on the HAVEn big data platform. Previously, she was the solution marketing manager at CyberSource (a Visa, Inc. subsidiary) where data analytics was the cornerstone of its fraud management solution. Sancha has experience in business intelligence since the days of traditional BI and database to now big data analytics.
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