HP ArcSight is simple and easy

3.PNGHP ArcSight is simple and easy after moving away from the relational database. In February of this year, HP launched HP ArcSight ESM 6.0c. 'C' stands for CORRe. CORRe stands for 'Correlation Optimized Retention and Retrieval Engine,' which is an HP proprietary columnar database that is purpose-built on current open standards to handle scalability of Big Data. 

 

ArcSight now is capable of collecting machine data from the broadest source of devices, at high injection rates, index and categorize for ultra-fast retrieval, normalize for high compression ratio up to 10:1 to store a year's worth of data in a cost-effective way. With its own database optimized to correlate data and manage Big Data, ArcSight has removed all the complexities, such as database tuning, scalabilities and performance issues. 

 

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HP ArcSight ESM 6.5c, that we just released at HP Protect 2013 conference last month, has a brand new web 2.0 slick interface, removing most of the edges and smoothing the overall user experience. HP ArcSight has moved a long way over the last 12 years defining and guiding the SIEM market. Analysts and critics such as Gartner, Forrester, IDC, SC Magazine, and Information Security have been following ArcSight for over 10 years and have been placing us in the top quartile of their annual rankings almost every time.

 

1.PNGVisit our website, and learn more about how ArcSight can help you. Review 25 different use cases from security, compliance, IT operations, ops analytics, big data, machine data consolidation, etc: www.hp.com/go/ArcSight

 

Check out some of the write-ups from others on how moving away from a traditional database has improved simplicity and performance:

 

 

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