The best of HP Software blogs: Big Data myths, Rx for ALM, Super Bowl security blunders

Here at the Discover Performance blog, we’re quite keen on the great insights we find when reading posts by our peers in the HP Software blogosphere. Starting this week, we’ll be collecting our favorite posts every other Thursday into one handy roundup.

 

In this edition, we explore what HP thought leaders are sharing with the community on security, Big Data, ALM and more:

 

The “Doc” is in at the Application Lifecycle Management and Application Transformation Blog—with a prescription for what ails your software integration efforts. HP ALM evangelist Michael “Doc” Deady previously covered the symptoms of a sickly Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC). After the diagnosis, he’s back with a recovery plan to get you on the road to wellness.

Read more: Prescription for your unhealthy software integration: 5 tips to improve your ALM experience

 

On Following the Wh1t3 Rabbit, Rafal Los, HP ESS Principal Strategic Security Services, gives a sneak preview of his upcoming talk at the RSA Conference 2014. He stresses the importance of measuring your security program; the first step is making sure you’ve focused on the right KPIs so your data doesn’t betray you.

Read more: Numbers Never Lie, But You May Be Asking the Wrong Questions

 

Once you’ve ramped up your cloud service resources, how do you properly sunset them? Find out how in this Grounded in the Cloud post from HP Senior Cloud Architect Sebastien Reister.

Read more: Best practices for decommissioning cloud service resources

 

On the HP Autonomy blog, Information Governance SME Chris Surdak continues his myth-busting series on Big Data. This time out, he says that left-brained tech folks naturally search transactional information to answer the “what” part of the data analysis question—but they should also be searching their unstructured data for answers to the “why.”

Read more: Analytics for Human Information: The New Top 10 Myths of Big Data - Myth #8

 

Did you catch some of the security fumbles during the Super Bowl last Sunday? HP Security Evangelist Mark Painter did, and he’s chronicled them in a post at the HP Security Products blog. Find out how the Seattle Seahawks foiled a zero-day attack (of sorts) and more!

Read more: 3 biggest Super Bowl XLVIII security gaffes

 

Until next time, be sure to keep up with all these bloggers and more at the HP Software Community homepage.

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