Discover PerformanceHP Software's community for IT leaders // October 2013
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Info management index
Percentage of IT leaders who stated they had invested in big data technology, or were planning to do so within a year. 1
Percentage of companies that can analyze data in near-real time (data available within less than five seconds).2
25 trillion gigabytes
Amount of new data expected to be generated between 2013 and 2020.3
2"BARC Big Data Survey 2012/2013," BARC, April 2013
3"Worldwide and Regional Public IT Cloud Services 2013–2017 Forecast," IDC, August 2013
Q: What kind of data can HP HAVEn analyze?
A: HAVEn is a big idea … but basically it’s a platform to cover all of your enterprise data—structured, unstructured, semi-structured. The rather clunky acronym represents each piece of the platform. H: Support for Hadoop, which is—among other things—making big data economically feasible. A: Autonomy IDOL, which derives meaning from “human” or unstructured data. V: Vertica, which crunches so much, so fast that you essentially “TiVo” through the state of your IT operations. E: Enterprise security: Now you’ve got big-data power to analyze the state of your enterprise’s security. N: And then finally n for apps to the nth. HAVEn is open and extensible, so an ecosystem of partners and developers makes it possible to look at your data through various lenses.
—Heather Mackey, Discover Performance Community Manager, on the Discover Performance blog