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Application Environment - uCMDB

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Hello,

 

In the company we have different applications environments, like production, tests, development, … and I need to classify it.

 

In the ucmdb which is the best CI Type to make a manual registry and next make the relationship manually?

I would like to create the CIs Production, Tests, Development,… all the applications (Business Application) will be connected on them.

 

I didn’t find anything about environment applications in the CI Types details.

 

The best practices recommend something about it?

 

 

Best Regards,

Mariana Einsfeldt

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Re: Application Environment - uCMDB

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Hi,

I had the same question.

You have 2 options.
1. You add custom attribute to BusinessApplication called "environment" for example that will hold information like "Production", "Test" etc.
2. Or in my case I created a custom CI Type under Configuration Item called "Environment" that has few CIs for each environment. Make sure you remove the qualifier ABSTRACT_CLASS from your new CI Type.

Regards,
Nick

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Hi,

I had the same question.

You have 2 options.
1. You add custom attribute to BusinessApplication called "environment" for example that will hold information like "Production", "Test" etc.
2. Or in my case I created a custom CI Type under Configuration Item called "Environment" that has few CIs for each environment. Make sure you remove the qualifier ABSTRACT_CLASS from your new CI Type.

Regards,
Nick

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