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4 Letters that inspire Holy War IT Debates
The CMDB, more importantly the CMS, is the inner mechanism within IT organizations that will enable agility, control, silo to service transition, and the list goes on. However, it is the topic that stirs passion on the magnitude of discussing politics or religion in mixed crowds! I have been speaking on the topic for several years now and often spoke of the coming complexity that has now arrived in the data center and IT management world, virtualization has left the “development lab” and moved into production. If you didn't have your CMS strategy in place, it just exploded a magnitude of difficulty higher with a virtualized infrastructure AND the coming next magnitude of difficulty with a mixed private and public cloud infrastructure!
The article that prompted this blog asks the question “Is the CMDB irrelevant in a Virtual Cloud Based World?” ( http://virtualization.info/en/news/2010/06/on-the-... ) It's not the CMDB that is relevant, but rather what comes out of the CMDB and how it enables the IT organization. Read on........
Submitted by: mhudnall on Fri. 06.11.2010
Filed Under: Cool Solutions, Solution Provider, Technology Partners, Cool Blogs: Official Novell Bloggers, Data Center, Business Service Management Cool Solutions
Topic: Business Service Management, Cloud, Intelligent Workload Management, IT Management, Monitoring, Virtualization
Product: Business Service Management
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