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HP Software Applications SolutionsNovember 30, 2010Mastering the Modern Application Lifecycle2010 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without noticeThe Application RealityMost enterprises run major software operations.ERPwikisinventory managementsupply chainbillingorder entryPoSmobile appswebsitepaymentsCRMHREmbedded software30 November 2010HP Confidential23Footer goes here

Business nimbleness depends on application nimbleness.30 November 2010HP Confidential3PPPApplication Delivery: Yesterday & TodayDISTRIBUTED TEAMSFLEXIBLE METHODSCOMPOSITE, CLOUD, RIA CO-LOCATED TEAMSSEQUENTIAL METHODSTHIN CLIENT,SELF-CONTAINEDpeopleprocesstech.StabilityAgilityBiz to IT: Do as I askBiz to IT: Bring me ideasBiz cost reductionBiz and IT cost reductionExhaustiveJust enoughDoes it work?Does it impress?30 November 2010HP Confidential4Right Aims, Wrong Results

30 November 2010HP Confidential5Old Ways No Match for Modern Ends New Pressures on Delivery Fundamentals

use cases, burn chartsHave we covered all requirements?Has anyone verified the new GUI is secure?What are the working parts of the app?tests, milestonesPredictable outcome?High quality apps?Responsive to change?Nearly 60% of IT leaders say distributed teams significantly impacts productivity. ForresterOn average, 25% of application defects are found by customers.Capers JonesRFCs can be in the 2,000 to 7,000 range [per month]. Gartner30 November 2010HP Confidential6Restore Core Delivery FundamentalsPredictable outcome?High quality apps?Responsive to change?PREDICTABILITY QUALITYCHANGE-READINESSReal-time metricsWorkflow automationEase collaboration & asset reuseFull requirements mgmt.Agile, RIA, service testingIntegrated performance & securityInnovative lifecycle automationTraceability and change impact UNIFIED SHARED ASSETS

30 November 2010HP Confidential7Core Delivery is a Beginning, Not an EndThe Invisible LifecyclePLANDELIVERRUNRETIREFor a business application that is used for 15 years, the cost to go live is, on average, 8% of the lifetime TCO.Gartner A Framework for the Lifetime Total Cost of Ownership of an Application. Gartner Research, March 30, 2010. 30 November 2010HP Confidential8Tactical Value: Integrated Application Supply ChainSolve for the Complete LifecyclePLANDELIVERRUNRETIREBurn rate, go/no-go metrics DevOps integration for performance SLAsSeamless RFC capture and prioritizationArchitectural policies & complianceData archival, application end-of-life30 November 2010HP Confidential9Strategic Value: A Complete View of Business InvestmentSolve for the Complete LifecycleSLA trendsBreak/fix volatilityCumulative spendTechnical debtAge and usage30 November 2010HP Confidential10 Traceability & MetricsSingle PlatformSimplified Web AccessTechnology AgnosticPowerful AutomationQuality at the CenterModularIntegratedHeterogeneousBest-in-classHP Lifecycle Solutions & Operating PrinciplesCOMPLETE LIFECYCLE COVERAGEPLANProject & Portfolio Management

DELIVERRUNRETIREHP ALMQuality CenterPerform CenterApp. Security CenterBusiness AvailabilityDeployment AutomationService ManagementRecords ManagementArchivingCORE LIFECYCLE EXCELLENCEHP APPLICATION LIFECYCLE MANAGEMENTProject Planning & TrackingEnterprise Release ManagementALM FoundationProcess standardizationReportingExtensibilityRequirements ManagementDevelopment ManagementQuality ManagementDefinitionVersioning & Change ControlLink to IDE, SCMDefect Mgmt.Secure CodeFunctionPerformSecureSOA Systinet

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HP Helps Deliver What the Business WantsBase: 206 IT decision makers with insight into budgeted modernization activities. Source: Clearing Your Path to Modern Applications and Business Agility, Forrester Research, April 6, 2010. A Forrester Consulting thought leadership paper commissioned by Hewlett Packard. Cut release cycles in half

90% resources freed for innovation

Saved $3.9M per year

30 November 2010HP Confidential12Why HP?Integrated management & automation: instead of loosely coupled point tools, HP provides a cohesive platform for lifecycle management and automation. Technology & methodology agnostic: broadest support for heterogeneous environments (.NET, Java, SAP, Oracle, etc.) covers more than 70 environments. Covers traditional and Agile methods in single solution.Project ready, enterprise scale: whether for a team of ten, or an enterprise of tens of thousands, HP solutions offer proven configurability and scalability. Complete application lifecycle: no other company offers the integrated product coverage of HP to support applications from beginning to end. Outcomes that matter.A Matter of Business OutcomeApplication Lifecycle Maturity ModelDelivery by heroic individual effortProgress is guesstimatedNo tools (management by Excel)No common technical policyQuality is highly variable; customer as testerLevel 1Ad hocEffort is correlated to progressPoint toolsIntra-project technical policy, manual enforcementPockets of test automationConsistent quality for projects of like-sizeLevel 2FunctionalCompetenceProject progress measured by KPIIntra-project sharing, reuseInter-project tech. policy, manual enforcementTools with some integrationRegular test automationConsistent quality for projects of variable-sizeROI awareLevel 3Functional ExcellenceProgram progress measured by KPIInter-project sharing, reuseEnterprise tech. policy and automated enforcementComplete requirement traceabilityAutomation across core lifecycleIntegrated tool suitesROI expectantLevel 4Cross-functional ProficiencyDelivery progress integrated into portfolio view (normalized, dynamic)Efficient DevOps connection for application deployment, security, performanceIT as integrated supply chain for app. change management Automation across complete lifecycleROI ensured

Level 5Integrated LifecycleA Matter of Business OutcomeApplication Lifecycle Maturity ModelDelivery by heroic individual effortProgress is guesstimatedNo tools (management by Excel)No common technical policyQuality is highly variable; customer as testerLevel 1Ad hocEffort is correlated to progressPoint toolsIntra-project technical policy, manual enforcementPockets of test automationConsistent quality for projects of like-sizeLevel 2FunctionalCompetenceProject progress measured by KPIIntra-project sharing, reuseInter-project tech. policy, manual enforcementTools with some integrationRegular test automationConsistent quality for projects of variable-sizeROI awareLevel 3Functional ExcellenceProgram progress measured by KPIInter-project sharing, reuseEnterprise tech. policy and automated enforcementComplete requirement traceabilityAutomation across core lifecycleIntegrated tool suitesROI expectantLevel 4Cross-functional ProficiencyDelivery progress integrated into portfolio view (normalized, dynamic)Efficient DevOps connection for application deployment, security, performanceIT as integrated supply chain for app. change management Automation across complete lifecycleROI ensured

Level 5Integrated LifecycleCore lifecycleFundamentalsComplete lifecycleExcellenceIntegrated portfolioCore Delivery is a Beginning, Not an EndThe Invisible LifecycleRETIRERUNDELIVERPLANFor a business application that is used for 15 years, the cost to go live is, on average, 8% of the lifetime TCO.Gartner A Framework for the Lifetime Total Cost of Ownership of an Application. Gartner Research, March 30, 2010. 30 November 2010HP Confidential17changeComplete Lifecycle: Tactical AdvantagesDELIVERRETIRERUNPLAN

Burn rate, go/no-go metrics DevOps integration for performance SLAsSeamless RFC capture, prioritization & deliveryArchitectural policies & complianceData archival, app. EoL30 November 2010HP Confidential18Complete Lifecycle: Strategic Advantages

SLA trendsBreak/fix volatilityCumulative spendTechnical debtAge and usage30 November 2010HP Confidential19