Product Marketing Manager
We are living in a
digital era, where software applications are starting to rule our
businesses—and our lives. We as customers, citizens and employees want
applications that aren’t just functional, secure and efficient but are also
increasingly engaging and entertaining.
We have a need to be delighted, and our expectations are always
increasing. These degrees of entertainment and delight are relative and
subjective, and for us in the software industry and IT, this is job security. We will need to constantly create new gigs and
make sure that "the show must go on” to keep users happy.
But what does this mean in practice? Software application
architecture is receiving wide-population recognition and awareness like never
before. This awareness means that it is at least equally (or in reality much
more) important as the application design. Today’s modern applications are very
composite and granular; they are based on micro-services in contrast to
monolithic applications which every IT department still owns from the past.
Micro-service architecture and their loose coupling
structure in applications ensures that the applications can be changed quickly
with minimal impact on surrounding applications’ parts. In addition IT needs an
integration platform that is open, scalable and easily configurable. The
platform needs to allow easy plug-and-play of the older systems of record
without impacting the user experience. With micro services, APIs, integration
platform and modern portal, nevertheless how many vintage applications you
have, your IT show can begin.
We created HP Propel
with apps engagement, entertainment and constant-changing in mind. We
understand the pace of business and we want to empower you to keep pace.
HP Propel 2.01
HP Propel 2.01 is now available. Here is the subset of some of the new and
enhanced capabilities that this version offers:
- Self-system diagnostics—As you
know, HP Propel is created from micro services with built-in resilience
and has many moving parts. The diagnostics feature allows administrators
to quickly see the performance status of all components in the system,
such as memory and deadlocks, services availability, request statistics,
traffic and configuration checks.
Detailed graphs also show the status of the interconnected systems
which reduces the time and costs of running HP Propel in production.
- Enhanced request of behalf—Helps
users select from a list of allowed individuals and roles to order for.
- Cloud service subscription apps—New
enhancements allow the user to take the service instance action.
- Improved native catalog—Administrators
can create the offerings directly in Propel native catalog even easier
- Easier configuration options—Administrators
can now configure and modify suppliers for their organizations via the web
HP Propel empowers IT to act as a service broker so that IT can remain the
organization’s leader in technology selection and adoption. Watch this video and see how you can develop systems of engagement to enhance interactions
between people and complex technology and significantly increase your users’
satisfaction. Learn more in this video: http://bit.ly/1QMsPsQ.