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HP Service Manager architecture

Hi I am new to SM ..can any one help me to get the pdf that explains complete architecture of SM

 

Thanks,

Abhijeet

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Hi,

What type of architecture you want to know. SM modules or SM application levels.?
Better use the HP SM help server and ITIl process to under stand it.

hth,
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Would be useful all kindes of architecture.

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You can refer to the help server and documents on SSO : https://softwaresupport.hpe.com/group/softwaresupport/search-result?product=SM&doctype=manuals&version=9.40&os=all?keyword=#

The specific SM 9.40 codeless help server link is : https://softwaresupport.hpe.com/group/softwaresupport/search-result/-/facetsearch/document/KM01295594

SM in core has 3 components : 
SM RTE also called as Server side which sits in the installation directories of SM
SM Application based on RADs which sits on the backend database like SQL/Oracle
SM clients : Windows client (a direct exe/msi file), Web client, Service request Catalog, Mobility 
There are several other integrations too that can be achieved with SM like Asset manager, OMi, RC, uCMDB or any web services/event services along with sending notifications/emails to Email servers and to any email ids.

You can explore the guides, especially help server.

Thanks!

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