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In our latest big PIE CMS project we were able to expand scope for the customer to include Closed Loop Incident Processing (CLIP) of their monitoring software. In addition to our full PIE offering, we added Network Node Manager i (NNMi), HPE’s new Operations Manager i (OMi) tool, and improved integration and functionality of the HPE Business Service Management (BSM) tool; all driven by our automation approach and best practices. Click here to find out more.
Webinar: UCMDB Impact Analysis: Creating Useful Impact Rules for HPE UCMDB, Browser, and Release Control
Risk, is… well… RISKY. Downtime or outages due to changes can damage reputations, productivity, and revenue streams from essential business services. That’s why it’s so important to have fast, reliable impact analysis. And no tool is more better for the job than HP UCMDB. Check out this Special Webinar Presentation on UCMDB Impact Analysis best practices. We’ll cover how the Impact Rules and Simulation process works, and where and why you should leverage this functionality to deliver additional value to your organization.
In UCMDB, default reconciliation rules can lead to a just few IP address CIs relating to THOUSANDS of computer CIs. This is like thousands of people sharing a single telephone number. Unsurprisingly, it leads to all sorts of confusion and inaccuracies. In this post we’ll take a little time to explain the problem and to offer a solution.