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Does UCMDB support these functionality?

 Hi, does ucmdb support the following finctionality?

 

The solution should generate exception   report should indicate the magnitude of deviation from the designated   configuration baseline, e.g. % of differences.

 

The solution should support   industry standard data model from Distributed Management Taskforce’s Common   Information Model (CIM).

 

The solution should support   baseline of CMDB and provide drift reports for differences of CI attributes   between current CMDB and previous snapshots.

 

The solution should support   configuration baselines involving attributes of multiple CI types and   relationships.

 

The solution should have the   ability to capture baselines for each CI.

 

The solution should support a CI   having multiple configuration baselines.

 

The solution should support validation   of a CI against multiple configuration baselines.

 

The solution should provide   configuration deviation report against designated configuration baselines.

 

The solution must have a concept   of template-based views that are dynamically deployed to organize data fields   depending on the type of CI being worked on in the view.

 

thanks a lot

 

 

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