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CMDB Systems

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CMDB Systems: Making Change Work in the Age of Cloud and Agile shows you how an integrated database across all areas of an organization's information system can help make organizations more efficient reduce challenges during change management and reduce total cost of ownership (TCO). In addition, this valuable reference provides guidelines that will enable you to avoid the pitfalls that cause CMDB projects to fail and actually shorten the time required to achieve an implementation of a CMDB. Drawing upon extensive experience and using illustrative real world examples, Rick Sturm, Dennis Drogseth and Dan Twing discuss:

  • Unique insights from extensive industry exposure, research and consulting on the evolution of CMDB/CMS technology and ongoing dialog with the vendor community in terms of current and future CMDB/CMS design and plans
  • Proven and structured best practices for CMDB deployments
  • Clear and documented insights into the impacts of cloud computing and other advances on CMDB/CMS futures


  • Discover unique insights from industry experts who consult on the evolution of CMDB/CMS technology and will show you the steps needed to successfully plan, design and implement CMDB
  • Covers related use-cases from retail, manufacturing and financial verticals from real-world CMDB deployments
  • Provides structured best practices for CMDB deployments
  • Discusses how CMDB adoption can lower total cost of ownership, increase efficiency and optimize the IT enterprise


Auteur

Rick Sturm is CEO of Enterprise Management Associates (EMA), which he founded in 1996. EMA provides market research and advisory services to software companies and IT executives. Prior to founding EMA, Rick was the Chief Architect for Network and Systems Management at a major US telecom service provider. Rick was a columnist for Internet Week and Network World, Technical Editor for OpenView Advisor and has published over 100 technology-related articles and is the co-author of four books: "Foundations of Application Management", "Foundations of Service Level Management , "Working with Unicenter TNG" and "SLM Solutions: A Buyer's Guide . Dennis Drogseth is Vice President/Research IT Megatrends, Analytics and CMDB Systems at Enterprise Management Associates (EMA), which provides market research and advisory services to software companies and IT executives. Dennis spent 14 years with IBM in marketing and communications, including a year of international consulting, and also worked to develop marketing strategies and new business models for Cabletron's SPECTRUM management software. Dan Twing is President and Chief Operating Officer of Enterprise Management Associates. Dan is responsible for developing and executing strategic market research as well as directing product development and marketing efforts. Dan has over twenty years of experience in information systems, software development and technology outsourcing. Prior to joining EMA, Dan was the President & CEO of NETdelivery, a developer of secure electronic data collection, delivery and management software. Dan's also served as Vice President of Financial Products for the Electronic Commerce division of EDS.



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CMDB Systems: Making Change Work in the Age of Cloud and Agileshows you how an integrated database across all areas of an organization's information system can help make organizations more efficient reduce challenges during change management and reduce total cost of ownership (TCO). In addition, this valuable reference provides guidelines that will enable you to avoid the pitfalls that cause CMDB projects to fail and actually shorten the time required to achieve an implementation of a CMDB. Drawing upon extensive experience and using illustrative real world examples, Rick Sturm, Dennis Drogseth and Dan Twing discuss:. . . . Unique insights from extensive industry exposure, research and consulting on the evolution of CMDB/CMS technology and ongoing dialog with the vendor community in terms of current and future CMDB/CMS design and plans. Proven and structured best practices for CMDB deployments. Clear and documented insights into the impacts of cloud computing and other advances on CMDB/CMS futures. .



Résumé
"...a good reference for CMDBs for both management and technical people alike...explain why you need a CMDB, how to successfully implement one, and some of the CMDB product options currently available." -- Computing

Contenu

Section I: Failure is not an option 1. The Odds Are Against you 2. Why Bother: The Case for CMDB Section II: The Basics 3. Overview of ITIL & CMDB/CMS design and trends 4. CMDB Concepts Section III: Self Awareness and Goals 5. IT Maturity Self Assessment 6. CMDB Use Cases 7. Can you close the gap? Section IV: Laying The Foundation 8. Develop a Project Plan 9. Assemble a plan 10. Selling the plan 11. Structuring your phase objectives for success - going from A to B is not a generic decision Section V: Getting Started 12. Step 1: Select a Starting Point 13. Step 2: Data Collection requirements 14. Step 3: Tool Selection 15. Where are you now?

Informations sur le produit

Titre: CMDB Systems
Sous-titre: Making Change Work in the Age of Cloud and Agile
Auteur:
Code EAN: 9780128012659
ISBN: 978-0-12-801265-9
Format: Couverture cartonnée
Editeur: Elsevier Science & Technology
Genre: Internet
nombre de pages: 402
Poids: 806g
Taille: H188mm x B233mm x T31mm
Année: 2015