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Tracking Change

We are in the process of mapping our application portfolio and one of the questions that keeps being asked is how we verify the data over time.  I know that it is possible to produce reports via the tool but is it possible to configure ucmdb to notify a user if a change is discovered in a application (for example if a related CI changed in some way). 

 

I am looking for a solution that doesn't require a weekly/monthly/yearly manual verification.  We are on uCMDB 9.05.

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Re: Tracking Change

Adam;

 

UCMDB can email reports out and things of this nature, but there is no 'notification process' if a CI changes.  For example, you will see the change of memory to a server in the history, but you cannot get notified by email/popup/etc. if this change occurs.

 

Keith Paschal

HP Support

Hope this helps,
Keith Paschal
UCMDB Worldwide Support Lead
Micro Focus Support
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Re: Tracking Change

You should use uCMDB Configration Manager. It's base license is for free with uCMDB, however you will need additional hardware resources to deploy CM. It will allow you to track changes in view and send notifications.

 

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Gregory/

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Re: Tracking Change

Is the configuration manager new with uCMDB 10?

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