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HP HAVEn* is a big data platform that can unlock the world of information with technologies that process and analyze data in existing systems as well as machine- and human-generated big data.With the HAVEn platform, customers have the choice of how to develop a wide variety of industry-specific and custom-built solutions. HAVEn software is designed to integrate seamlessly with leading business intelligence; extract, transfer, load (ETL); and data visualization solutions. It also supports multiple Apache Hadoop* distributions and ports to multiple virtual environments and clouds.The major components of the HAVEn platform include:• With the HAVEn platform, customers have the choice of how to develop a wide variety of industry-specific and custom-built solutions. HAVEn software• The Hadoop framework, which can process massive volumes of distributed data• HP Autonomy Intelligent Data Operating Layer* (IDOL*) software that processes and indexes information from connectors to provide access to all your data• HP Vertica Analytics Platform* for analyzing real-time information at extreme scale and supporting standard Structured Query Language (SQL)-based and R-based analytics• HP ArcSight* solutions for collecting and analyzing enterprise security data in real timeRead the full HP Big Data Solution Spotlight.
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