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Is the UCMDB still the best option for modeling services / applications?

 

Hi,

Why not model in tools like omi or the same APM? Maybe it's because she's the breast of discovery?

How to guarantee an updated model in the UCMDB? They do it by pattern?
How do you model a service or application? Is a cicollection really useful when integrating?

Thank you all.

 

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Re: How modeling services in ucmdb without affecting APM/OMI and Service Manager/Asset Manager

Hello ,

What are you looking for? Affecting ?

Additionally , the modeling guide provide you all the official suggestions about that kind of processes.

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Melissa Carranza Mejias
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Re: How modeling services in ucmdb without affecting APM/OMI and Service Manager/Asset Manager

Hi ,

There are some documents with best practices that can help you :

KM01799840

KM00778752

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Melissa Carranza Mejias
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