This section contains information about performing various tasks to maintain and manage your CMDB:
|Accessing the new interface.
|Search and view CIs
Search and view the CIs and their relationships. You may use this for troubleshooting, planning, analyzing dependencies, and so on.
Save these search queries and reuse it later on or share the queries with others.
|Create and edit CIs
Create CIs, add relationships between CIs, edit CI instances, edit CI relationships, compare CI values, and delete CIs in CMDB Explorer for an existing service model.
Create CIs by using the CMDB Dashboard
|Working with CIs and relationships
|Simulating the impact of changes to a service when a CI is unavailable or impacted
|Simulating the impact of changes to CIs
Manage software licensing using features such as Version Rollup, Suite Rollup, and Product Catalog.
|Managing software licenses in your organization using normalization
|Understand the Normalization Engine's process to handle impact relationship rules, and the usage of the Impact feature to manage service impact of CIs.
|Managing service impact
|Know the best-practice relationship rules for CIs, and the usage of the Relationship feature to manage CIs.
|Managing data relationship name
|Use the Normalization Engine to set row-level permissions for classes and instances, and normalization using the Row Level Security feature.
|Setting the Normalization Engine permissions for multi-tenancy
|Understand the scenarios where you may want to use customized normalization besides the out-of-the-box features, and the procedure for configuring the Custom feature.
|Configure the normalization parameters from a single, centralized console.
|Configuring the Normalization Engine
|Understand the normalization process and statuses that the Normalization Engines uses, the configuration process for normalizing data sets, and the procedure to create and monitor a normalization job.
|Managing consistency of CMDB data by using normalization
|Perform identification, merge, and purge activities in CMDB, create Reconciliation IDs, configure the Reconciliation Engine, and create and monitor reconciliation jobs.
|Merging duplicate CIs by reconciling data from multiple sources
|Purge soft-deleted data to optimize CMDB performance.
|Purging soft-deleted data by using the Reconciliation Engine
|Make settings to ignore multiple CIs from the BMC.ASSET data set which match a CI in the source data set.
|Ignoring Multimatched CIs during reconciliation
|Import data from external data stores to BMC CMDB.
|Transferring data from external data stores to BMC CMDB
|Use the Atrium Integrator Spoon to perform various complex jobs such as migrating data from one CMDB server to another, exporting data from AR System forms to external data stores, exporting web services data, and so on.
|Managing complex jobs using Atrium Integrator Spoon
|Manage impact relationships for your CIs and define your own impact rules specific to your enterprise to assess the affect of various CIs on your services.
|Managing service impact
|View federated classes and their details.
|Viewing federated classes and federated information
|Run saved queries
|Running saved queries in web service
|Search for a service within the service catalog
|Searching for a service in the Service Catalog