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The keynote from my recent Amazing Summer 2012 tour where I spoke about the need for us to flip out thinking from traditional change control to a more forward looking approach by moving change and ...

The keynote from my recent Amazing Summer 2012 tour where I spoke about the need for us to flip out thinking from traditional change control to a more forward looking approach by moving change and security up to the design phase.

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  • Gold medal winner Ethel Catherwood of Canada scissors over the bar at the 1928 Summer Olympics. Her winning result was 1.59 metres (5 ft 3 in).Rolf Beilschmidt clearing 2.25 metres (7 ft 4.6 in) indoors in 1977
  • Fosbury, who was born in Portland, Oregon, first started experimenting with a new high jumping technique at age 16, while attending high school in Medford, Oregon.[2] Fosbury had difficulty competing using the dominant high jumping techniques of the period. In his sophomore year, he failed to complete jumps of 5 feet, the qualifying height for many high school track meets.[3] This dominant technique, the straddle method, was a complex motion where an athlete went over the high jump bar facing down, and lifted his legs individually over the bar. Fosbury found it difficult to coordinate all the motions involved in the straddle method, and began to experiment with other ways of doing the high jump. At first, he tried to use an outdated technique known as the upright scissors method. In this method, a jumper runs upright towards the bar, facing forward, and during his jump lifts his straight legs one at a time over the bar.[3] High jump rules stipulate only that competitors may only jump off one foot at takeoff: there is no rule governing how a competitor crosses the bar, so long as he or she goes over it.[4] As he began to experiment with this technique, he gradually adapted it to make himself more comfortable and to get more height out of it. Nonetheless, it was nowhere near as coordinated as a well-performed straddle method jump, and one historian has referred to Fosbury's early attempts as an 'airborne seizure', but during the latter part of his sophomore year and the beginning of his junior year, it began to produce results, and he gradually was able to clear higher jumps.[3]At the 1968 Olympics in Mexico City, he took the gold medal and set a new Olympic record at 2.24 meters (7 feet 4.25 inches), displaying the potential of the new technique. Despite the initial skeptical reactions from the high jumping community, the "Fosbury Flop" quickly gained acceptance. In the Finals competition, only three jumpers cleared 2.20 meters (7 feet 2.5 inches), and Fosbury was in the lead by virtue of having cleared every height on his first attempt. At the next height, 2.22 m (7 feet 3.25 inches), Fosbury again cleared the bar on his first jump. His teammate, Ed Caruthers, cleared on his second effort, while ValentinGavrilov of the Soviet Union missed on all three attempts and earned the bronze medal (third place).[5] The bar was raised to 2.24 meters, which would be new Olympic and United States records. Fosbury missed on his first two attempts, but cleared on his third, while Caruthers missed on all three of his attempts.[6]Athletic legacy and the dominance of the flopFour years later, in Munich, 28 of the 40 competitors used Fosbury's technique. By 1980, thirteen of the sixteen Olympic finalists used it.[7] Of the 36 Olympic medalists in the event from 1972 through 2000, 34 used "the Flop".[citation needed] Today it is the most popular technique in modern high jumping.[8]
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  • Timing 1.5 Minutes (running total 2 minutes);We are in a time of significant change – every 15 years there are huge shifts in information technology – Mainframe to personal computing and C/S to the Internet and now with Cloud Computing, Social, Mobility and Big Data. As we move into the next 15 years we are already seeing see a “tipping point” for organization as they;move to Hybrid Delivery and leverage cloud computing , address the ever growing amount of data they have to manage and leverage, and of course manage the manage risk associated with mobility, privacy of data, compliance and new security threats.Hybrid Delivery: We are seeing more and more of our customers wanting to move towards a hybrid delivery model – the combination of;Traditional: their existing physical dedicated infrastructure, platforms and application (that will exists for many many years to come )Virtualized: converged virtualized infrastructure supporting composite applicationsCloud: cloud services being combined across Private Cloud , Managed Cloud, and Public Cloud, in combinations of IaaS, PaaS and SaaS in support of composite hybrid and Mobile applications They are doing this, first and foremost, because of;the need better agility (57% of surveyed IT leaders are saying their biggest issue is not being able to implement fast enough to keep pace with the business demand)and then to manage cost, risk and quality leveraging the best delivery model suited to the needs and requirements of the business.Big Data: In 2011 - 1.8 zettabytes of information was created and replicated - the sheer growth of that data and our ability to leverage for information and insight make the current methods of storing it, protecting it and using it for business advantage unsustainable. Organization are looking to leverage an manage and protect and pull together all their data; Machine and Operational data - Logs, EventsStructured Data – from applications and system Unstructured data – Emails, IM, blogs and video. They are also looking for faster ways to analyze all their data – real time predictive analytics - whether that be for; anomaly detection and efficiency in IT operations, threat analysis for security, statistical business or sentiment based customer analytics for the lines of business Risk: And of course with Hybrid Delivery, Mobility and the growth in data comes greater risk for organizations;Security - with applications now being deployed and integrated outside the firewall Compliance – driven by ever increasing regulations - SOX, PCI, FISMA, HIPAAetc. Privacy – Cyber crime, Information management and security as applications and information leverage the cloud.Risk needs to be managed holistically and balanced with what organizations now talk about as “acceptable and no acceptable business risk”, and lets not forget IT will remain the steward of business risk as organizations move towards hybrid delivery.
  • Businesses are demanding more from IT … faster: Deliver new applications faster. Deliver them cheaper. And deliver them on the mobile devices that customers, employees, and executives demand. And if IT can’t deliver, lines of business can make an end run to the cloud to get it done themselves.Mark and Jerome talked about how these forces are driving IT to build hybrid, composite applications: applications that integrate new cloud-based services with traditional on-premises applications, with on-premises applications running in the private cloud, with services, both built and purchased, running in the cloud or hosted by managed services providers. And, of course, running on new devices in a bring-your-own-device world.We have to build these kinds of apps and we have to do it quickly.
  • At the same time, the consequence of poor IT outcomes is getting greater, while our ability to control risk feels as though it’s decreasing.
  • Timing 1 Minutes (running total 6 minutes);HPSW is helping enterprises like Paychex and others succeed and perform better by addressing the market shifts we just talked through;HP Software’s strategy is focused on the 3 key pillars we believe are required to address the shifts and needs of the next generation of Information Technology – but they are not mutually exclusive!!!Cloud - we have talked about, but cloud delivery isn't just about the services being delivered - those services need to be developed in new ways leveraging new technologies and methodologies , be managed and secure to enable organizations to move to cloud with confidence – meaning that management and security come together as Converged Management and Security, managing the lifecycles of cloud services, supporting heterogeneous environments , hybrid delivery consistently, and flexibly by being open, supporting portability to offer choice for the organizationSecurity - Not just security and how it comes together with management for the cloud and the lifecycle of services - but more holistically in Managing Risk – bringing togethersecurity, compliance and also protection and privacy of corporate information.Information – Not just the protection and management of data in a secure way, that’s critical, but use of that data in all forms - machine, structured and unstructured – for analytics and actionable insight and decision making. And closing the loop leveraging the cloud for large scale analytics with scale out infrastructure (e.g. Vertica on HPCS)
  • In the context of mark IntroNow that service anywhere Infrastructure application information are a reality complexity of operations and process grows exponentially the way infrastructure is built, applications developed, and information delivered, is changing.Still need to run / support existing IT services , bring efficiencies , dc consolidation etc … Need consumption and creation of traditional IT services andcloud services while maintaining existing operation and SLA additional burden on security, management and exiting automation. Organizations need to put in place the right hybrid delivery strategy.Let me walk you thru HP’s vision to help YOU realize a hybrid cloud delivery strategynext slide ….
  • Delivery and operations look at things from a different perspective:Delivery’s focus is working directly with the business and doing everything they can to provide new features and functionality as quickly as they are able to.By contrast, the traditional mindset of Operations is that change brings the risk of issues and outages. Their whole life has been about how to avoid change, to keep things as stable as absolutely possible. They are typically measured on the availability and stability of their systems. – so it’s perfectly natural for them to view “change as evil”These are two very contradictory perspectives. It ultimately creates friction, adds risk, and slows down IT in its goal of delivering value for the business.How do you reconcile these views?
  • The answer is DevOps and Continuous Delivery.DevOpsis a set of principles and methods for better collaboration between Software Delivery and Operations essentially attempting to extend the Agile mindset to incorporate Operations. It’s in response to the growing recognition of the dependency these two disciplines have on one another in being able to satisfy the Business’s objectives. Continuous Delivery, which is enabled by DevOps, focuses on what is ultimately important – which is shorter cycles for actually putting functionality in the hands of users. It relies not only on better collaboration, but on comprehensive automation of the build, test and deployment process, so that - at the extreme level – every code change that passes automated functional, performance and security testing could be immediately deployed into production – Continuous Delivery isn’t necessarily deploying, but rather providing the ability to “release on demand.” Meaning, it allows releases to be driven by business need as opposed to operational constraints. Another way of thinking of Continuous Delivery is “nimble deployment and operations” to match the nimbleness in delivery that was brought by Agile.The keys to DevOps and Continuous Delivery are Quality, Automation, and CollaborationFocusing on these 3 things will help address the biggest hurdle, which is changing the traditional mindsets that these two groups have had:The development view shifts to one of building applications that are easy to run and easy to support. This means they are easy to release, monitor, and troubleshoot in production as opposed to delivery just doing their part and throwing it over the wall, with an attitude of, “yep - it meets the business requirements, so we’ve done our job.” As an example, Dev should design systems to be secure and to perform from the outset. It might not be super exciting from a developer perspective, but it is critical from an operations perspective and being able to go live. On the Operations side, the perspective moves away from the view that “change is evil” and ops recognizes that regular releases can actually reduce risk. Whereas traditional deployment events for many organizations are these huge, high-stress, high-risk activities, over late nights and weekends, deployments within DevOps organizations are less stressful, lower risk events because releases occur more often. They become “non-events” because they happen regularly and the processes are proven out as a result. With less functionality going in at one time, there is also less that can go wrong. And if something does go wrong, developers are in a better position to make fixes – having just worked on the functionality. A roll-back, if needed, is also much easier with a smaller implementation. All this translates into lower risk, steadier, more manageable pace, with fewer incidents in production.
  • Which brings us to DevOps. DevOps is about moving much faster by creating high-bandwidth feedback loops across our development and operations teams. Even, in some cases, changing organizational structure to blur the lines between development and operations. But the key is quick feedback.We’ve learned from the agile development movement that iterative processes with short cycles, rapid feedback, and incremental course correction can yield better outcomes faster. And can be more responsive as business needs change or become better understood. DevOps builds on this learning. If we can bring operations into this same feedback loop we can become even more responsive. When a defect is found in test or an event occurs in production and we can quickly connect that back to the test or the use case, and provide full information to the developer, who can then turn around a fix, automatically deploy it and run automated tests, then quickly move it into production, that’s DevOps. It’s all about speed and end-to-end feedback.
  • As you’ll partially see in the demo, HP delivers this end-to-end.Starting with the ability to continuously plan, prioritize, and assess projects with HP Project & Portfolio Management.Continuing with the ability to capture requirements, user stories, both automated and manual functional tests, performance tests, and defects with HP Application Lifecycle Management,.These elements are all linked with full traceability to code stored in your team’s favorite code repository using HP Application Lifecycle Intelligence.And using HP Fortify Mobile Application Security Solutions you can find vulnerabilities in your iOS and Android mobile applications using source code validation, testing, and production assessment.HP Unified Functional Testing automates functional testing and helps you manage manual testing, all with full traceability back to your requirements, user stories, and defects. And for mobile apps, you can run tests against both emulated devices and, through our partnership with Perfecto Mobile, against a variety of physical devices hosted in their cloud.HP Performance Center helps you manage your performance tests. For the new Web 2.0 applications, HP TruClient technology makes it easy to script performance tests. And for flexibility, our performance testing capabilities are available as both on-premise products and as SaaS services.Mobile apps have their own unique performance issues caused by the flaky networks on which they run. And the performance of hybrid, composite apps can be deeply affected by network behavior. Through our partnership with Shunra, you can test performance against a variety of network problems, all managed from HP Performance Center.The DevOps world comes full cycle with feedback from your applications running in production. HP Application Performance Management closes the feedback loop by giving both operations and development data about the real-life performance of your hybrid composite and mobile apps, running across public and private clouds, as well as traditional infrastructure. Monitor real-life behavior of both native mobile apps and browser-based mobile apps. Dig deeper and determine whether you have a device-related problem or a carrier-related problem; or an app issue.
  • The hybrid delivery strategy means that we need to securely create, deploy and operates traditional IT services and cloud base services at large scale Fact ….Starts with existing investments years of best practices on operation, compliance, SLAS still needed 90 of existing workload of “cherished” application still need to be operatedStill need to bring efficiencies … automation What ifOne of the key attribute of cloud services is the ease of use / access / consumption Self serviceGet my service when I need it “instant gratification” Take all these knowledge and introduce a capability to link it together , ie orchestrate the deployment of existing IT services and new cloud services in a consistent fashion, from inception, creation, deployment and retirement Comment about binding at deployment time operation instrumentation I can introduce new Cloud services and technology with no or limited disruption to my shopfloor and existing process Well ….. Next slide of external services.
  • By introducing 2 key capability we believe we can get you started on the journey to cloud and leverage your existing investments in automation and operation efficienciesOpen Service lifecycle framework and orchestrationConsistent definition of the serviceslinking what you already have automated, efficient way to integrate and automate existing runbooks - uses DB as a service A consistent manner to orchestrate the creation services at the infrastructure / application and information layer Combining the two allows you to create cloud services such as database as a service , backup for example Now that is great but not sufficient, as we mentioned earlier we need to be able to bring in net new cloud base services that will introduce new technology and potentially some level of disruption to the existing processes.Let see why the service creation and lifecycle orchestration are key enabler here too…Next slide ….
  • What we have seen with our customers is that the first step into a private cloud solution is usually about providing infrastructure as a services in service of engineering environments, in support of dev and test environments With a service lifecycle orchestration we can easily introduce a new stack, sets of tools, in isolation. Creating a whole new service in isolation and route via orchestration and automation to the new service such. A good example is lab automation for example.SO what we have just done is creating a bridge between the exiting IT service world and a net new cloud base service. Yet both have a “CLOUD” flavor for the end user. bridging the Traditional IT and Cloud world delivering on the hybrid promises ….This approach is very powerful as it unable IT to start the innovation flywheel and introduce new services, upgrade existing services and bring in new technology in a controllable yet user friendly approach ie brig your business partners to the technology vs your business partner taking the technology to you …The following is a set of new cloud service that can then be deployed over time leveraging this orchestration concept … next slide
  • Lab management as a service … complex services deployment of hybrid composite applications … innovation flywheel @ work
  • 1) Graphic 1 on left – CSA 3.0Self-service management from infrastructure to applicationsIndustry’s most highly automated cloud application service lifecycle managementGraphical service designerSelf-service portal for business users Platform and application servicesComprehensive, unified managementOpen, extensible architecture2) Graphic 2 – App PerfMgmt 9.2Cloud, mobile and hybrid application analysisComprehensive monitoring for physical, virtual, cloud and mobile environmentsOptimized application KPIs and ability to more easily share performance dataDecreases operating expense by identifying potential issues faster with greater accuracy while minimizing business impact
  • 1) Graphic 1 on left – CSA 3.0Self-service management from infrastructure to applicationsIndustry’s most highly automated cloud application service lifecycle managementGraphical service designerSelf-service portal for business users Platform and application servicesComprehensive, unified managementOpen, extensible architectureIt’s designed with extensibility and openness in mind, so it allows enterprises to add capabilities and easily adapt to changing business requirements while supporting heterogeneous environments.  HP Cloud Service Automation software & cloud system 2) Graphic 2 – App PerfMgmt 9.2Cloud, mobile and hybrid application analysisComprehensive monitoring for physical, virtual, cloud and mobile environmentsOptimized application KPIs and ability to more easily share performance dataDecreases operating expense by identifying potential issues faster with greater accuracy while minimizing business impact Enhances HP cloud monitoring capabilities and allows HP to further demonstrate its dominance in monitoring of both public and private cloud environments.HP is announcing new product releases for HP Diagnostics (9.20), HP Real User Monitor (RUM 9.20), and HP SiteScope (11.20).  All 3 products are part of HP’s market leading Application Performance Management business. These releases are significant for three reasons:
  • This is the next bottleneck…We’ve made great advances on the delivery side with Agile – But…what is the point of being able to rapidly build new features, if those features get all the wayto the goal-line, to just stack up and wait to be released?...to wait to be picked up by the same old slow release process we’ve always used.In order for us to capitalize on the advances in we’ve made in delivery and better translate them into business value, the next step is to start extending Agile principles into the deployment world.
  • We’re excited to announce new versions of both HP Application Lifecycle Management and HP Application Performance Management.We’re also introducing HP Continuous Delivery Automation 1.0 to help make the DevOps vision real by automating deployment of complex apps in a continuous delivery environment.
  • DevOps comes alive with HP Lab Management, delivered on ALM 11.5 and Continuous Delivery Automation 1.0HP Lab Management - reduces time to setup labs by using automation - gets the application under test and the tests deployed correction the first time and every time. - Uses public and private clouds to use resources whereever they exist and however is most cost effective. - Allows lab assets to be reused for other purposesWe’ll see this in action in a few minutes
  • We’re getting great feedback on these new capabilities.
  • DevOps capabilities like Lab Management are part of the picture for doing more quickly.Another part of the picture is getting people and processes to work more effectively together. Do we really want all communications across the whole lifecycle to be driven through formal workflows? No, we want the right people to be able to find each other and work together quickly, with the right information available at their fingertips. Whether they’re in development, testing, or operations. We want these interactions captured appropriately, but the key is that they happen quickly and with contextual information.
  • HP Enterprise Collaboration intends to resolve these challenges by offering organized collaboration for both structured and unstructured processes. The solution will allow conversations to be fed data from the organization’s systems of record, providing valuable context to the interactions. HP’s offering can be deployed standalone or as a plug-in directly integrated into other enterprise products.Enterprise Collaboration (EC) is a comprehensive solution that affiliates unstructured collaboration with structured IT processes. HP EC is a communication tool that enables you to add system data to a conversation in realm time, providing an exact context for the conversation. HP EC can be deployed as a standalone application, as well as a plugin that is directly integrated into existing HP IT Management tools like ALM, ITSM, BSM and more or can be accessed from third-party tools like MSFT Office and Communicator.
  • Timing 1 Minutes (running total 1 minutes);Exec Score Card: Last year we launched Executive Score card - a single pane of glass into the HP IT Performance Suite allowing you to integrate metrics from across the portfolio to gain insight to the KPI you have for the services you deliver in IT. We have had great success with this as customers have been able to gain insight and demonstrate their performance with key performance and risk indicators. In fact there are 8 sessions on the success using Executive scored card at this conference across customer’s like;United airlines, McKesson, Nationwide Emblem Health  As you saw in the Demo though we are going further with this in addressing the new agendas and new KPI and KRI from the products you have seen today - new KPIs that track metrics and performance in agendas like;DevOps: frequency and success of applications deployments Risk: Number of servers with non-encrypted back-up data, frequency and success for compliance policy checksCloud: 21 new metrics and 6 objectives related to hybrid delivery
  • Timing 0.5 Minutes (running total 6.5 minutes);Most of you are familiar with our Portfolio – the HP IT Performance Suite. And we are investing heavily in our portfolio to help you on your own journey next generations of IT, managing what you already have,leveraging your existing investments in the portfolio and delivering new solutions;We have an established track record of multi-billion dollar investments in R&D to create and enhance the HP IT Performance Suite and that will address your needs and your journeys;-Build Faster-Operate Simply-Secure Proactively-Store Efficiently-Analyze in real time
  • Timing 0.5 Minutes (running total 6.5 minutes);Most of you are familiar with our Portfolio – the HP IT Performance Suite. And we are investing heavily in our portfolio to help you on your own journey next generations of IT, managing what you already have,leveraging your existing investments in the portfolio and delivering new solutions;We have an established track record of multi-billion dollar investments in R&D to create and enhance the HP IT Performance Suite and that will address your needs and your journeys;-Build Faster-Operate Simply-Secure Proactively-Store Efficiently-Analyze in real time
  • Timing 1 Minutes (running total 1 minutes);Vertica: Finally I want to talk briefly about Information – again there will be numerous session on Big Data covering everything from Storage, Vertica and Autonomy. At this conference we are announcing the release of Vertica 6 addressing the needs for real time analytics for big Data – this is Industry’s first parallel R analytics database! This is an amazing product;1000x faster at 1/3 the cost and 1/5th the power/footprint of traditional row-store databases.  Also with release;Autonomy and Vertica integration for single view of information, giving you one ‘analytics hub’ for all enterprise data (Vertica + Autonomy)Enables Vertica SaaS and Cloud – private beta of Vertica on HP Cloud  Customers Laura get me any customer presentations going on at the conference for Vertica ones I can site!
  • Timing 1 Minute (running total 3 minutes);Customers are already addressing and taking advantage of these shifts and on their journey to next generations IT. Some of the customers you see on the slide are organization we have been engaged with on their journeys; Speeding Innovation - One of the areas we have seen as the starting point for the move to the cloud and diving cloud adoption is new application and mobile applications. Organizations and moving their Test & Development to a private cloud environment and some cases a public cloud environment. This brings two advantages;Developers can provision an environment, deploy their applications and run their tests test in a automated and self service model, enabling them to bring innovation and new functions to market faster;Operations teams learn what it means to manage cloud environments and new processes and methodologies for managing applications lifecycles and the move to DevOps!For example, McKesson was able to reduce the time it took to provision complex test environments from 7 days to just 2 hours. This not only has an impact on their IT productivity, but it can reduce their time to market for new solutions, enhancing their competitive position. Another example is NNIT in Denmark, who have rapidly created new clinical trial services for the pharmaceutical industry and taken them to market in a cloud model, creating a new businesses and revenue streams, providing these services to organizations in a highly regulated industry. Enhancing Agility – Speed of innovation also calls for enhanced agility. GS1 is a global supply chain standards organization, operating across 150 countries.GS1 has implemented a cloud based SaaS and IaaS to effectively communicate and optimize and execute processes for the removal of harmful products from the market once identified. Obviously time is imperative in this process and they need to be very agile!Manage Business Risk – AC NielsenNeeded to accurately measure the effectiveness of online advertising campaigns and secure external-facing applications that comprise part of the project.Instituted proactive approch to security testing initiative and security center of excellence within the company Testing application vulnerability and code scanning using Fortify (different languages)Continuously assessing applications in production for new threats and vulnerabilities with WebInspect

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  • Old rules Bundesarchiv, Bild 183-S0305-0030© Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. Foto: Mittelstädt, Rainer 5th March 1977
  • New thinking© Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
  • “give me a minute”© Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
  • 98,000 tweets Downloaded 23,000 apps Responded to 400,000 ads 208,000 people have been playing Angry Birds© Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
  • Fully digital, global economy© Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
  • The core is technology© Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
  • The business and IT realityA time of accelerated opportunity & uncertainty Hybrid Delivery Big Data RiskVolume Volume Volume Critical business Business services, data expanding devices, and identify from megabytes need to be dynamically From cloud or xSPs to zetabytes secured in context 2020 2020 On premise Today Today Time Time Time© Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
  • How and where we consume IT is changing Organizations that By 2016, integration By 2015, mobile plan to deploy projects that include application applications across on premise development projects hybrid clouds today. applications and will outnumber native cloud services. PC projects. 47% 50% 4 to 1Source: Gartner & HP © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
  • Risk in a “mash-up” world© Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
  • IT is finally optimised (for last century) Snowflake Shadow IT Change Islands of People systems police information working for the machines© Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
  • To succeed we have to break down barriersEnterprises need to address shifts together not independently Real-time analytics for unprecedented insight and decision making in a big data universe. Information Security and Converged risk management for Management & enterprise-grade Security for confidence in a hybrid hybrid delivery in world. Security Cloud a heterogeneous landscape.© Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
  • Services anywhere with hybrid deliveryIT imperatives The New IT Build Consume On-premise cloud service Off-premise services Chief Information Officer Traditional Private Managed Public Manage & Secure© Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
  • Worlds colliding? Agile Delivery IT Operations How do we bridge the gap? “Be more agile - “Change is evil” deliver faster”© Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
  • Extend Agile: DevOps & continuous delivery Agile Delivery IT Operations Keys to bridge the gap: Quality Automation Collaboration “Build to run” “Regular releases reduce risk”© Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
  • Moving faster with DevOps Development Operations Plan Automate Build Run Deploy Assure© Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
  • DevOps requires end-to-end transformationBuild, secure, and manage cloud, web, and mobile applications Requirements & Automated Monitor & manage code build functional testing end-to-end solutions HP ALM HP UFT HP APM Assess Design Validate Deploy Manage Continuous Assessment Continuous Continuou Modernize Integration Release s Delivery Quarterly, Annually Daily, Real Time Weekly Govern Assemble OperatePrioritize and plan Proactively Ensureprojects increase security performanceHP PPM HP Fortify HP PC © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
  • Create and consume IT cloud servicesExtending the best of traditional IT and leveraging cloud services with control Traditional Data Center Management Automation & Orchestration Servers Storage Network Data Center Physical / Virtual DB Apps Middleware Resources© Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
  • Create and consume IT cloud servicesExtending the best of traditional IT and leveraging cloud services with control Cloud Services Self Service Experience HP Converged Management & Security Unified management for Traditional Data cloud and traditional IT Center Management Automation & Orchestration Servers Storage Network Data Center Physical / Virtual DB Apps Middleware Resources© Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
  • Create and consume IT cloud servicesExtending the best of traditional IT and leveraging cloud services with control Cloud Services Self Service Experience HP Converged Management & Security Infrastructure Unified management Traditional Data Services Center for cloud and Management traditional IT Automation & Orchestration Servers Storage Network Data Center Physical / Virtual DB Apps Middleware Resources© Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
  • Create and consume IT cloud servicesExtending the best of traditional IT and leveraging cloud services with control Cloud Services Self-Service Experience HP Converged Management & Security Unified Infrastructure Platform Application Information management Traditional Data Services Services Services Services for cloud and Center Management traditional IT Automation & Orchestration Servers Storage Network Data Center Physical / Virtual DB Apps Middleware Public Cloud Resources Resources© Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
  • Create and consume IT cloud servicesExtending the best of traditional IT and leveraging cloud services with control Cloud Services Cloud Service Self-Service Experience Automation 3.0 HP Converged Management & Security Unified Infrastructure Platform Application Information management Application Traditional Data Center Services Services Services Services for cloud and traditional IT Performance Management Management 9.2 Automation & Orchestration Servers Storage Network Data Center Physical / Virtual DB Apps Middleware Public Cloud Resources Resources© Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
  • Management of applications and cloud servicesAccelerate service delivery and proactively monitor performance of allapplications For mobile applications determine if you have a Easy to request device or carrier issue Secure extension to public cloud© Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
  • The next bottleneck Agile Delivery IT Operations Features & code changes© Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
  • End-to-end composite hybrid applicationsupportBuild, secure, and manage cloud, web, and mobile applications Requirements & Automated Monitor & manage code build functional testing end-to-end solutions HP ALM HP UFT HP APM Lab Management Deploy Manage Assess Design Validate Application Continuous Performance Assessment ALM 11.5 Continuous Continuou Quarterly, Annually Modernize Integration Daily, Release Management s Delivery Real Time Weekly 9.2 Govern Assemble OperatePrioritize and plan Proactively Ensuremobile projects increase security performanceHP PPM HP Fortify HP PC © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
  • Introducing HP Lab ManagementDevOps for modern applications with Application Lifecycle Management 11.5 Continuous application delivery Manage infrastructure and application models Use existing infrastructure or deploy on demand Choose to tear down Rapid feedback in after completing context testing© Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
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