ITOM Experts: The Effectual Blog
The UCMDB Data Flow Probe is not just a process sitting on a box, but a whole ecosystem. And yet it has been completely ignored. And we ignored it too. Until recently. So we did some testing. Then some tuning. Then a lot more testing.
We think you’ll find the results surprising. Since the shortcomings of the Probe are often misinterpreted as shortcomings of HPE UCMDB itself, our findings may just change your understanding of the enterprise business value, of the entire application.read more
When an incident like the Heartbleed Bug occurs, you need answers. Fast. Our customers had them immediately. We’ll show you how.read more
What Does Sailboat Racing Have In Common With IT Enterprise Software Projects? The winners always have the best start. You must reach a point of “foundational capability” before attempting to design a more complex solution. Effectual’s approach is to equip the rig before you set sail, so we can position your initiatives to begin at a place most projects never even reach.read more
Imagine unparalleled, organization-wide synchronicity of both your IT operations and your asset understanding. With our PIE framework, Effectual can quickly and effectively deliver these results in one Configuration Management System.read more
Functional limitations in the UCMDB application allow for only a single writer process to keep up with all the work required of it. Hence enterprises are forced to compromise how often discovery is run, to limit the scope of collection, and often to rule out entire regions, device types or CI types. A multiple-instance CMDB model distributes the workload usually assigned to one system across several.read more
Effectual’s best practices for customizing trigger TQL, CI Type inputs and input queries, to make Discovery more efficient.read more