There were 4 blog postings during April (2011):
Rules are a pain. Whether it is data quality rules, correlation rules for SIEM (security information and event management), transformation rules or any other sort of rules, the big problem with rules is that they proliferate. And once they breed...
Philip Howard, Bloor Research | 8th April '11
A new take on an old problem
Those readers with an elephantine memory may recall that I have written about HVR (High Volume Replicator) from HVR Software (previously PSB) twice in the past: in 2004 (www.bloorresearch.com/analysis/7182/psb-the-best-of-all-possible-worlds.html)...
Philip Howard, Bloor Research | 14th April '11
Exasol knocks the spots off
As long time readers will know, I don’t hold any particular truck with benchmarks. They are too generic, too easily fiddled and lots of vendors don’t bother with them so they only represent a limited sample of the market. Proofs of...
Philip Howard, Bloor Research | 18th April '11
Collaborative SIEM solutions
With Infosec taking place next week my thoughts are naturally turning towards the security market in general and SIEM (security information and event management) in particular. Long-time readers will know that I have two major concerns about the...
Philip Howard, Bloor Research | 19th April '11
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