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The purpose of this business insights thought leadership blog is to share the HP point of view on industry trends such as Big Data and Real Time Analytics, and provide updates on key innovations and solutions.

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Santa Claus Does Exist. Look for blazing fast analytics (at low cost) in your stocking.

HP has made yet another bold statement in the big data space with the announcement of the HP ConvergedSystem 300 for Vertica that is years ahead of the competition in the way it enables new types of big data analytics and brings all of that in a complete package, with integrated support included, to customers who can reap its benefits from day 1.

 

  • Lower Cost – Up to 70% cost savings on acquisition, maintenance, renewals and skills
  • Faster Analytics – 50 to a 1000 times better query performance
  • More Flexibility – Deeper analytics functionality (including FlexZone to bridge into Hadoop) built on an open technology stack
  • Faster Time to Value – From order to up and running in your data center in days, not weeks or months
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  • Technology marketing professional with over 25 years of experience in energy, semiconductor and IT industries.
  • Jeff Spiller has over 30 years experience in architecting highly available and scalable multi-tier platforms for a variety of Fortune 500 companies. He is currently HP’s technical lead for the Enterprise Data Warehouse (EDW) Appliance, optimized for Microsoft Parallel Data Warehouse (PDW) software. As a member of HP's ESS Performance and Solutions Engineering COE (Center of Excellence), Jeff has a proven track record for designing, tuning and performing capacity planning in OLAP, ROLAP, OLTP and consolidated environments.
  • Focused on cloud, virtualization and appliance solutions for HP technology.
  • HP Servers, Converged Infrastructure, Converged Systems and ExpertOne
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