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Welcome to the Discover Performance blog, a resource for enterprise IT leaders who share a passion for performing better. Here you’ll find strategic insights and best practices from your peers as well as from HP’s own practitioners who help others define, measure and achieve better IT performances.

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Displaying articles for: November 2011

Discover Vienna Day One wrap-up

Here’s one of the best ways to stay on top of all the news coming out HP Discover Vienna. Check out the daily wrap up video with HP Software bloggers (and industry veterans) Paul Muller, Christian Verstraete and Rafal Los.

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New Era of Predictive Analytics - Service Health Analyzer

By Scott Edwards, Product Marketing Manager, Service Intelligence – Analytics for BSM

 

Today at HP Discover Vienna, HP announced a new predictive analytics tool within HP’s Business Service Management portfolio called Service Health Analyzer (SHA) that will help IT…

1.       Anticipate real IT incidents… before they occur

2.       Prevent business impact

3.       Remediate events by fusing analytics & automation

Helping IT run like a business with metrics that matter

shane pearson.jpgBy Shane Pearson, Vice President, Product Marketing, HP Software

In his current role, Pearson is responsible for managing the Operations Management product portfolio.

 

 

There’s no question that IT and business are interdependent.  IT often is the driving force behind company success.   It’s just that it’s not always easy to explain or show the value that IT brings, especially to business partners. Why?  Based on studies by HP and independent analysts, as much as 70 percent of the IT budget and 50 percent of the IT people resources are part of an organization managed by a VP of  Operations or similar title.   With the HP IT Performance Suite, VP of Operations Edition our goal is to provide the VP of Operations the tools to define, measure and show value based on key performance indicators.

Video overview: HP IT Performance Suite announcements from Discover Vienna

The HP IT Performance Suite was a big focus of today's news coming out of HP Discover Vienna. Check out this video recap of the four big ITPS-related announcements and take a look behind the scenes at the demo area. 4announcementsvienna.jpg

Management by Excel is dead: Welcome IT leaders

HippsPhoto.jpgBy Brad Hipps 

 

Brad Hipps leads HP IT Performance Suite applications solutions marketing for HP. Before signing on with HP, he was senior vice president of service delivery for EzGov, a company that builds and manages enterprise web solutions for national governments. Previously, as a manager for Accenture, Brad worked on large-scale process re-engineering and systems development in the United States and Europe. He is the co-author of The Applications Handbook: A Guide to Mastering the Modern Application Lifecycle.

 

 

Spreadsheets are a legacy process for what the average IT leader used when he managed his first application delivery project. Yet, legacy processes still plague today’s IT departments with outdated methods that don’t have the ability to keep up with the new realities of application delivery.

 

 

Optimize IT performance with 4 big announcements from Discover Vienna

175x113_Live-Coverage.gifI’m here on the first day of HP Discover Vienna meeting with customers, talking to colleagues and making as many videos as humanly possible (look for my end-of-day video wrap ups on this blog, and go to Backstage Discover Vienna for full coverage).

 

But for now I wanted to talk about the four big announcements coming out of the show. In a nutshell, these solutions are designed to help our clients achieve two things:

 

1.      get applications innovations to market faster, at lower cost and improved availability, security and compliance

 

2.      simplify the process of connecting what were previously silos of IT management information and turning that information into valuable insight

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Community versus conference - why atoms trump electrons

Don't get me wrong. I love the cost and convenience benefits that social and social business technology enables. The ability to easily share ideas, best-practices and experiences cheaply and quickly has done so much to bring us together while accelerating innovation, however there are times when electrons just can't substitute the real thing.

 

Join us Backstage at Discover Vienna

If you're not attending HP Discover Vienna, but would like to learn about the best of the show, then we have just the ticket for you.  Bookmark this URL (www.hp.com/go/discovervienna) because we’ll be posting show updates right from the exhibit floor to keep you up-to-date of the latest news and happenings during HP Discover Vienna, Nov. 29-Dec. 1.

Can better collaboration lead to better IT?

collaboration.jpgDespite significant investments in automation, structured processes, and documentation, many activities in IT still require person-to-person or group conversations in order to complete. While there are many "social" tools on the market today, none of them seem to be particularly tailored to the needs of a diverse, yet specialized IT workforce. If designed right, perhaps there is a way to join structured processes with unstructured communications to increase the efficiency of IT.

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  • Alec Wagner is a longtime writer & editor, enterprise IT insider, and (generally) fearless digital nomad.
  • Lending 20 years of IT market expertise across 5 continents, for defining moments as an innovation adoption change agent.
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  • I'm the community manager for Discover Performance and have been a writer/editor in the technology field for several years.
  • Mike has been with HP for 30 years. Half of that time was in R&D, mainly as an architect. The other 15 years has been spent in product management, product marketing, and now, solution marketing. .
  • Paul Muller leads the global IT management evangelist team within the Software business at HP. In this role, Muller heads the team responsible for fostering HP’s participation in the IT management community, contributing to and communicating best-practice in helping IT perform better.
  • Rafael Brugnini (Rafa) serves as VP of EMEA & APJ for HP Software. Joining in 1996 and has more than 20 years of knowledge and experience linked to HP. He resides in Madrid with his wife and family, and in his spare time he enjoys windsurfing.
  • Evangelist for IT Financial Management (ITFM), IT Governance and IT Portfolio Management, consulting IT organisations for Close to 15 years on principles of good governance.
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