And it is pragmatically brief - we kept it to 50 paperback pages. The biggest rock in the road that I have found is; should it be federated, or not?
Often spoken about but never seen…. For some reason IT always thinks that they can only reach maturity through automated process. People manage despite lack of data, lack of process, lack of clear roles etc.
Here's what you need to know to prepare. Betz http: I know when my other tools improve matters e. However, all these CMDBs are essentially proprietary extensions to the vendors' own product suites. Submitted by skeptic on Tue, 2009-05-05 20: The final 2 sectors of the business were being migrated into the federation upon my departure. CMDB is the only major example of ITIL describing what-should-be rather than what-is-and-how-to-manage-it, and it fails the test of common sense. Maybe then this argument would have some substance.
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Page 196-199 propose an iterative and incremental approach to configuration management, consistent with the maturity model. I'm busy doing some myself. It seems she is seen as a safe pair of hands.
Amen brother! Instead of the mythic figure people may be more familiar with, the writers chose to focus mostly on the historical figure.
Submitted by skeptic on Thu, 2006-07-13 07: You need Development. Is it published? Are these systems mere IT playthings? I think that a medium CMDB is a need and it is quite feasible, but only if you forget the auto-discovery and the manual entries to the database.
Submitted by skeptic on Mon, 2007-02-05 20: