Welcome to HP Unified Correlation Analyzer V1.0 !!! (1189 Views)
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Welcome to HP Unified Correlation Analyzer V1.0 !!!

Dear Users,

The HP CMS NGOSS Team is very proud to announce the availability of the HP Unified Correlation Analyzer V1.0 for Topology Based correlation.

This new correlation product is the first version of a complete solution suite of correlation capabilities to address the challenges of Network Operations Centers to:

* Accelerate customer problem identification, leading to reduced MTTR and enhanced customer experience
* Quick time to value
-> GUI and Wizards for topology design and scenario development
* Dynamic topology model maintained in sync with real network
* Simplifies operations through increased automation in operations resulting in reduced cost
* Reduces TCO and project deployment time through standard interfaces and off-the-shelf integration
* Manage correlation in a multi-vendor, multi technology and very large scale environment


The HP UCA V1.0 provides State-of-the-art, topology-based problem correlation system that:

* Offers cross-domain and cross-layer correlation, Root Cause, and Service Impact Analysis
* Speeds up solution deployment through pre-defined models (Value Packs) for common domains (SONET, DWDM, SDH, ...) - additional models (e.g. for Mobile, IP) will be communicated in the roadmap
* May use any alarm feed
* Provides TeMIP integration off-the-shelf

You will find attached, a datasheet summarizing the product capabilities.

HP Unified Correlation Analyzer User Documentation is available on our external CMS Partner site, and if you need further details do not hesitate to come back to the TeMIP Product Management Team (temip-product-management@hp.com).

Regards,
Nathalie Berro-Lacomme
HP CMS Product & Solution Manager
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Re: Welcome to HP Unified Correlation Analyzer V1.0 !!!

so UCA is doing the Expert job, but does UCA support High Availability like Expert?? as in a cluster solution
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