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Tivoli Software is the systems management brand of the IBM Software Group. IBM purchased Austin, Texas-based Tivoli Systems, Inc. in 1996 and allowed it to operate as a wholly-owned subsidiary for a few years before forming the Software Group. In addition to Tivoli this IBM division includes WebSphere, DB2, Lotus Software and Rational Software.
The demonstrations included in this menu interface show how IBM Tivoli Provisioning Manager solutions can help you manage the complete life cycle of your data center and distributed resources from initial provisioning to patching and configuration maintenance to resource re-purposing or end of life.
Learn about benefits and features of Tivoli Workload Automation Portfolio. Refer to product demos and additional features to know more about specific features, functions and how this portfolio can benefit your organization.
IBM Tivoli Application Dependency Discovery Manager supports the alignment of IT and business with robust and automated application mapping and discovery that helps organizations understand the impact of change and meet compliance needs with detailed reporting and auditing.
Managing a mixed platform and vendor IT environment presents many challenges. The problems escalate with the number of different tools used to manage the infrastructure. Customers are looking to reduce the number and variety of management tools they must use. One early adopter of IBM's ITCAM for Microsoft Applications shares the lessons learned from that experience and comments on the benefits of the latest version.
Their ability to deliver services is highly dependent upon their capability to operate with highly reliable and efficient IT operations. The changes described in this case study will help to assure they will be able to achieve that goal.
Merkur conducted an extensive selection process for service management solutions, evaluating technologies to provide proof-of-concept demonstrations. Following its rigorous review, Merkur selected IBM Tivoli Asset Management for IT and IBM Tivoli Service Desk to automate and integrate IT asset management and incident, problem, change, inventory, SLA and knowledge management processes.
Server sprawl can divert valuable time and resources away from pursuing your core business goals. This white paper will show how System z can give you the visibility, control and automation your business needs to become more successful.
This webcast will describe the new features of TSM 6.1 and will recommend strategies for assessing your current environment, upgrading to 6.1 and how to maximize the monitoring benefits. We will include lessons learned and advice for avoiding pitfalls.
In the Illuminata CDP Paper, you'll see how the IBM Comprehensive Data Protection Express solution can help keep your business running. Discover diverse components and services, like Tivoli Storage Manager FastBack and System x servers, that fit your needs.
The Austin Diagnostic Clinic recovers critical data in less than an hour with IBM Tivoli Storage Manager FastBack software. ADC reduced backup window for electronic medical records from two hours to five minutes; were able to restore many services in under an hour; reduced time and cost of server consolidation initiative and achieved up to 75% reduction in testing times.
This ROI calculator from IDC will help you quickly and easily understand the average annual benefit that you may be able to achieve using IBM® Tivoli® Netcool®. The tool and underlying calculations and metrics are based on IDC research of 14 IBM Tivoli Netcool.
You face key challenges–technological and organizational–in enterprise asset management. Every last vehicle and material is under your control, often in different software formats that only provide you with a partial view of your enterprise. We would like to share a white paper with you that explains how you can see your assets holistically and optimize their performance.
Challenges like competitive pressures, compliance activities and higher operational costs make service management more critical than ever. To keep up, IT operations must constantly improve visibility, control and automation while bridging the gaps among business, development and daily operations.
For many organizations, applications have been moved to an SOA environment and now must be extended to offer a service interface to new sets of users that were not originally planned. Extending resources in this way requires that you reassess your security risk. To minimize any risk, you need the right level of security checks for user authentication and authorization.