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Two keys to evolving enterprise IT

Posted By Caroline Oest, Thursday, December 18, 2014

The latest Discover Performance issue looks at how enterprise IT must evolve to manage a mosaic of internal and external components. For complete articles and more news like this, visit www.hp.com/go/discoverperformance. Join the Discover Performance community and sign up here to receive our newsletter delivered right to your inbox.

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Introducing the new SDN Pack for HP Network Automation

Posted By Kim Lock , Thursday, December 18, 2014

Software Defined Networking (SDN) is a simplified approach to networking that separates the control plane (controller) from the data plane (switches). A controlling device makes the logical forwarding decisions and propagates these decisions to the traffic forwarding devices. More than a trend, SDN is likely to be one of the single largest advancements in networking technologies over the past decade.

Click here to learn more: http://h30499.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-Service-Management-BAC/Introducing-SDN-Pack-for-HP-Network-Automation/ba-p/6685717#.VJLPDnssXOs

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Now shipping HP Propel 1.1

Posted By Vesna Soraic, Thursday, December 18, 2014

HP Propel 1.1, which become available on December 15th, delivers capabilities that expand usability and increase IT agility with the IT service catalog. Key new functionality includes:

·         Composite service bundles

·         Request on behalf

·         Enhanced dynamic options

·         SDK for HP Service Exchange

·         Automatic ticket routing to different ITSM systems, such as HP Service Manager,

          Jira, Bugzilla as well as email

·         New HP Service Exchange integrations with HP Service Anywhere and Jira

 

We also released HP Propel Jumpstart module, which can be downloaded from HP LiveNetworkx8HP Propel Jumpstart delivers new capabilities for generating Propel-enabled web applications. With HP Jumpstart, IT can easily extend their portal by developing new or by federating existing content through the portal. IT organizations that are pursuing the Service Broker path need unprecedented flexibility and customizability of their portal.  Most importantly, IT needs to quickly customize the portal experience. HP Propel Jumpstart generates web apps based on micro-services, and these apps include both server and UI. This is how Google, Facebook, Amazon and other most popular consumer sites build the applications and systems. The apps built by Jumpstart will inherit the experience that the Propel portal brings. Often, deep customizations block upgrades, but HP Propel Jumpstart includes dependency capabilities in generated apps so that the applications are insulated from upgrades in the future. Both HP Propel Jumpstart and HP Propel 1.1 give your IT the ability to satisfy your end users in their specific needs. For more information please read our blog “Open an early present”.

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Now shipping HP Propel 1.1

Posted By Vesna Soraic, Thursday, December 18, 2014

HP Propel 1.1, which become available on December 15th, delivers capabilities that expand usability and increase IT agility with the IT service catalog. Key new functionality includes:

·         Composite service bundles

·         Request on behalf

·         Enhanced dynamic options

·         SDK for HP Service Exchange

·         Automatic ticket routing to different ITSM systems, such as HP Service Manager, Jira, Bugzilla as well as email

·         New HP Service Exchange integrations with HP Service Anywhere and Jira

 

We also released HP Propel Jumpstart module, which can be downloaded from HP LiveNetworkx8HP Propel Jumpstart delivers new capabilities for generating Propel-enabled web applications. With HP Jumpstart, IT can easily extend their portal by developing new or by federating existing content through the portal. IT organizations that are pursuing the Service Broker path need unprecedented flexibility and customizability of their portal.  Most importantly, IT needs to quickly customize the portal experience. HP Propel Jumpstart generates web apps based on micro-services, and these apps include both server and UI. This is how Google, Facebook, Amazon and other most popular consumer sites build the applications and systems. The apps built by Jumpstart will inherit the experience that the Propel portal brings. Often, deep customizations block upgrades, but HP Propel Jumpstart includes dependency capabilities in generated apps so that the applications are insulated from upgrades in the future. Both HP Propel Jumpstart and HP Propel 1.1 give your IT the ability to satisfy your end users in their specific needs. For more information please read our blog “Open an early present”.

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New HP Service Manager, Smart Analytics and ITSM Deployment Manager available now

Posted By Michael Pott, Thursday, December 18, 2014

HP Service Manager 9.40, the latest release of HP’s on-premise Big Data service desk, released on December 19. There are many reasons to take a look at this game changing release. Here are a few:

  • A transformed user experience with a redesigned
  • New reporting and dashboards with more than 100 instant reports supporting a variety of distribution formats
  • A new simplified request management process and codeless configuration for all key processes with Process Designer enables fast deployment and provides superior agility.
  • A flexible and easy to use survey module, improved incident, problem, change and service level management moves your key ITIL processes to the next level.

HP Service Manager Smart Analytics embeds HP Haven technology, and makes interactions with the service desk easy. It automates and speeds up the support process and provides a quick jump-start for proactive management. Now, with HP Service Manager 9.40 Smart Analytics, you can even build your own use cases by using data from any Service Manager module to analyze Big Data and drive action.

Last but not least, the latest release of HP ITSM Deployment Manager further decreases TTV and improves TCO. Now bundled with Service Manager, it reduces installation complexity by hiding patch dependencies, installs and configures Smart Analytics and allows to create and deploy HP ITSM Appliances quickly, including Service Manager, Universal CMDB, Discovery, Configuration Manager and Release Control.

For more information, refer to www.hp.com/go/servicemanagementsoftware.

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New HP ASE - Fortify Security V1

Posted By Anne-Marie DeLaFiganiere, Thursday, December 18, 2014

Data security is mission-critical for every organization. HP ASE - Fortify Security V1certification validates IT professionals’ ability to ensure network security using HP Fortify products and demonstrates mastery of these tools to keep networks secure.

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Blog article: 9 questions: How Capgemini evaluated its requirements for an IT process automation solution

Posted By Collin Chau, Thursday, December 18, 2014
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Blog article: Automate Docker and enhance your DevOps flows with HP Operations Orchestration

Posted By Collin Chau, Thursday, December 18, 2014
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Blog article: Announcing HP Codar: Your new DevOps secret weapon to automate application releases

Posted By Collin Chau, Thursday, December 18, 2014
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Blog article: Designing and managing cloud services at HP Discover

Posted By Collin Chau, Thursday, December 18, 2014
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