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Useful Use Cases for the Financial Services Industry

Hi All,

Can anyone provide me with use cases that the Banking Industry would like to see.  What are the top use cases  that we can share with our prospects/clients and that ArcSight can answer.

thanks

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I'd say you want to track bonusses & fraud.

But you'd prolly be marketing stuff like: high privilege account usage and other boring stuff.

Perhaps talk to someone in that industry?

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One use case in particular for which I'm probing interest is real-time correlation using very large data sets, such as AL's with credit card user/transaction information that can run to 10's of millions of entries, where current Java heap limitations (GC pauses) prevent us from handling them effectively.

We have been testing the Azul Zing JVM (replacement for Oracle/Hotspot) with ESM, and have been able to process high EPS with heaps exceeding 100GB and in-memory AL's with 50M+ entries.  Testing has gone well and we are looking for a customer (financial or otherwise) to try it out with a big-data correlation use case.

I will repost this in a separate thread for greater visibility.

Rob Block

ESM Developer, Correlation Team

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Rob,

I see the date is pretty ancient. Anything ever happen with this? I have some large installs where this would be of great interest. AS for 6.5, Same old code slapped on a new database isn't helping much...

Thanks

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