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How can ArcSight support your use of cloud computing?

I recently joined HP ArcSight and am focusing on cloud computing.  I'm looking at how ArcSight can extend its capabilities into the cloud and who we should partner with.  As we set our priorities, we want to ensure that we meet the needs of our existing customers first!

Let us know if you’ve adopted cloud computing – SaaS applications or infrastructure – and how ArcSight can help you.  You can post here or contact me directly at martha.gilbertson@hp.com

Thanks!

Martha Gilbertson

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From a generic cloud support POV, i would be interested in seeing the connector framework extended to support emails (pop or imap) and http/https collection.  A number of cloud security service providers produce alerts via email and reports can be viewed using a browser interface.  It would be great if the connector was extended so that it could collect and parse emails and web content, without having to write scripts to collect this information outside of the connector.

I understand the web page collection may be difficult because of authentication requirements.  However, basic HTTP auth and form based submission would be great.

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Any word on when the HP ArcSight/Hadoop Integration Utility documentation will be available on P724?

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Thanks,

Joe

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Would be interested too by the Hadoop integration utility documentation.

Thank you

Gaetan

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