The ongoing evolution of SIEM - the value of security insight
Published: 7th December 2018 | By: Fran Howarth
SIEM systems are entering a new era. Complementary technologies are creating visibility into networks that are required for actionable security insight.
Managing data lakes: building a business case
Published: 25th June 2018 | By: Philip Howard
This is a companion paper to one we published in 2017. We outline a methodology for building a business case in support of implementing suitable data lake management software.
Instrumenting the Virtualised Datacentre … for Performance SLA’s - On the path to a single view of infrastructure performance across the enterprise
Published: 6th February 2018 | By: David Norfolk and Paul Bevan
To deliver services reliably, companies need seamless access to application-centric performance metrics across their infrastructure, whether on-premises or in the cloud.
Data Lake Management
Published: 19th October 2017 | By: Philip Howard and Daniel Howard
What you need to think about when implementing a data lake.
Big data and the mainframe - issues and opportunities
Published: 9th August 2017 | By: Philip Howard
The purpose of this paper is to examine those issues, which arise when big data implementations transition beyond skunk works and into general-purpose use.
Governance for Spreadsheet Models
Published: 7th August 2017 | By: Philip Howard
While this paper focuses on spreadsheets the technology we are discussing is also appropriate for governing other EUC (end user computing) resources.
Understanding data in hybrid cloud environments
Published: 3rd August 2017 | By: Philip Howard
The first question we address in this paper is what do we really mean when we talk about the hybrid cloud?
The Chief Data Officer: getting the basics right
Published: 26th May 2017 | By: Philip Howard
Before a CDO can think sensibly about what data the business might want to leverage they must get a handle on the data assets that the company already possesses.
Managing Data Lakes
Published: 24th May 2017 | By: Philip Howard
This paper discusses why data lakes need to be managed and the sorts of capabilities that are required to manage them.
Concentric Analytics for IoT
Published: 23rd February 2017 | By: Philip Howard
The Internet of Things can best be imagined as a concentric series of capabilities that start at the edge with sensors and devices of various kinds.