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Introducing HP BTO Essentials
Introducing HP BTO Essentials
Introducing HP BTO Essentials
Introducing HP BTO Essentials
Introducing HP BTO Essentials
Introducing HP BTO Essentials
Introducing HP BTO Essentials
Introducing HP BTO Essentials
Introducing HP BTO Essentials
Introducing HP BTO Essentials
Introducing HP BTO Essentials
Introducing HP BTO Essentials
Introducing HP BTO Essentials
Introducing HP BTO Essentials
Introducing HP BTO Essentials
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Introducing HP BTO Essentials

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HP business technology optimization (BTO) solutions power IT, and BTO Essentials is the technology foundation that underlies these solutions. Attend this session and learn how BTO Essentials …

HP business technology optimization (BTO) solutions power IT, and BTO Essentials is the technology foundation that underlies these solutions. Attend this session and learn how BTO Essentials addresses the requirements of IT solutions along five distinct dimensions: data integration, data analytics, process automation, common dashboard, and content delivery. You’ll hear how HP is leveraging core technologies across the BTO portfolio to make sure that HP solutions are highly efficient, effective, and change resilient.

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  • 1. Introducing HP BTO Essentials David Jasso Senior Product Marketing Manager, HP 1 ©2010 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice
  • 2. BTO Solutions Journey Phase Description Status 1 Acquire the IT supply chain Largely complete 2 Integrate best of breed portfolio to deliver Established IT solutions approach 3 Deliver a unified foundation for BTO Ops Evolving and BTO Strategy 4 Extend the unified foundation into BTO In Planning Apps 2
  • 3. Motivation for Phase 3 Phase 1 and 2 Customer Feedback Great start – Breadth and depth of offering – Solution approach is right on More is still needed – Address solution based dashboards, reports, and analytics – Provide better integration of new IP to support core processes – Provide better connection to knowledge sources (best practices) Phase 3 – Builds upon strong technology elements already being leveraged – Adds new capabilities to address additional customer expectations – Innovates under the umbrella of a unified set of capabilities 3
  • 4. Unified Technology Foundation BTO Solutions Visualization and Decision Support UI Mash-up Shared Reporting Content and Community HP LiveNetwork IT Process Automation HP Operations Orchestration BTO UCMDB Data model DW Data Integration BTO Discovery 4
  • 5. BTO Data Model Unifying data model – The vocabulary for data exchange between products – Being implemented across BTO Benefits of adopting BDM – Improved data consistency across BTO – Reduce cost in manually reconciling data – Reduction in reconciliation issues – Greater interoperability, simplified solutions – Better transparency between IT and Business Services 5
  • 6. Universal CMDB –UCMDB provides a shared service context across IT Data Consumers –Access to data across IT in Service Context –Foundation for Configuration Management System for multi-pillar solutions –Foundation for Real time service model within BSM –Leverages BTO Discovery and BTO data model to support integration Core CI Discovery and Integration Dependency Mapping and Federation Data Providers Extended Core CI Discovery Non- Core CI Data 6
  • 7. Operations Orchestration CCRM example – RFC is opened in SM, reviewed and approved in RC – Approval triggers OO flow which executes change operations using HP Server Automation – OO flow updates & closes SM ticket CLIP example – Alert launches OO flow and OO flow takes ownership of alert – OO opens incident ticket in SM and also drives diagnostic and repair procedures – OO flow updates SM ticket with full audit trail , acknowledges the OM alert event and closes the SM ticket 7
  • 8. LiveNetwork –Software downloads – Peer and HP networking – Announcements – RSS feeds Directly integrated with BTO products 8
  • 9. Reporting and Analytics Approach –Personas based dashboards –Leveraging KPI library Executive Scorecard STRATEGIC –Leveraging the BTO DW MEASURE- MENT Process Analytics, Financial ANALYTICAL –Historical trending across domains Planning and –Leveraging the BTO DW APPLICATIONS Analysis, Performance –Real or near real time data Business Objects based reports OPERATIONAL –Operational focus built on operational databases REPORTING –Embedded with products 9
  • 10. BTO Data Warehouse myBTO Dashboards 10
  • 11. Executive Scorecard –Built using UI Mash-up technology leveraging multiple existing data marts –Will leverage a single BTO wide data warehouse in the future –Demonstrates our intention and aspirations 11
  • 12. Our Strengths What our customers tell us Portfolio bread and depth – Customers believe we can solve more of their problem than alternative vendors Solution orientation – Customers believe we are on the right track to deliver integrated solutions Leverage – Customers like that we are leveraging technologies like OO and UCMDB across the portfolio 12
  • 13. Q&A 13
  • 14. To learn more on this topic, and to connect with your peers after the conference, visit the HP Software Solutions Community: www.hp.com/go/swcommunity 14 ©2010 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P.
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