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The recording of the Administration Console Webinar is now published!
FLAIM is a very scalable, quite fantastic database technology. However, it is sorely neglected outside of Novell / Attachmate. This Cool Solution is an effort to make it slightly more available by fixing some problems compiling it on OS X.
Almost any application that uses a database as its data store can be integrated into NOC through a custom BDI adapter. With strong knowledge about your schema, and the power of SQL, you have the power to integrate your database-backed application into the NOC product.
Submitted by: tlafrance on Thu. 10.14.2010
Filed Under: Cool Solutions, Cool Blogs: Official Novell Bloggers, Business Service Management Cool Solutions
Topic: Business Service Management, Customizing, Database, Integration, Tips for Administrators, Tips for End Users, Tools and Utilities
Product: Business Service Management, Operations Center
Hype and Bubble Burst for the CMDB Finally - Fall of the Dreaded 4 Letter Word!
They fall as fast as they rise. What is the "value" of static data from the past in a database? Outside of tracking how many, cost and depreciation value, I cannot think of a single thing. Although as I watch the Nats play the Mets, baseball is all about metrics and stats from the past without relative value for the novice watcher. Number of homeruns in relationship to how many others have hit or the most ever hit brings a whole new perspective. It's the relationship and relativivity of the metric that brings "value" by creating "information".
The topic of CMDB can bring holy war, lengthy debate, but tonight I am going to be short and sweet with luck and slightly controversial.
I’ve had the luck to be involved in several large scale Sentinel installations over the last few years. I’ve learned a few things that I think should be shared.