Automated service Modeling - Improve documentation along with scenarios or examples

Automated service Modeling - Improve documentation along with scenarios or examples

I never seen any documentation related to Automated service modeling where it explains how to discover. I have seen many customers trying to do this discovery but failed. But what are the prerequisites ? what are the best practices ? I remember i tried to discover ucmdb application itself ( Starting with its URL ) and its not able to do the discovery properly. And i am sure it didn't because i may be doing it in wrong way. But i was unable to find a documentation related to how to do this.

With some best practices, scenarios, or limitations or permissions which are required for this to discover everything. I am sure this will add value to the tool.

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Bill has over 26 years of experience in the IT industry focusing on providing business solutions utilizing HPE Software’s tools at enterprise scale. He comes from the HPE-IT organization where he managed the first deployment of HPSC (now HPSM) and then later UCMDB with its discovery partner UD. Bill also managed a team of IT Developers, who created customized configuration management solutions for HPE-IT and HPE’s ES clients.
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