This space contains information about the BMC Atrium Core 8.1 release, including service packs and patches.
The following topics will help you begin:
Announcement, November 7, 2014
Where to start
- I am a BMC Atrium Core end user. I view 8.1.00 enhancements for all the new features in the 8.1.00 release. I create and edit CIs, query BMC Atrium CMDB data, and simulate the impacts of changing CIs. I understand the End-to-end process for achieving value with BMC Atrium Core. I also view Known and corrected issues for information on the issues for this release.
- I am a BMC Atrium Core administrator. I plan, install, and upgrade BMC Atrium Core. I configure BMC Atrium Core after installation, manage access. I also configure BMC Atrium Core components to import, normalize, and reconcile CIs. I also model data and impacts, manage datasets, and manage federated data and extensions.
- I am a BMC Atrium Core application programmer. I integrate applications with BMC Atrium Core, and I create plug-ins and custom clients that use the BMC Atrium Core APIs.
BMC Atrium Integration Engine is reaching its End of Life, and will not be included in BMC Atrium Core after version 8.1. For more information, see Product announcements.
To locate content in the online documentation that was previously provided in PDF format, see BMC Atrium Core online documentation.
About BMC Atrium Core
The BMC Atrium Core solution works with other BMC Atrium solutions to facilitate the alignment of your IT organization with business priorities. BMC Atrium Core provides tight integration across management tools used in your IT environment, saving your IT organization time and money. BMC Atrium Core includes the following component products:
- BMC Atrium Configuration Management Database (BMC Atrium CMDB), which stores information about the configuration items (CIs) in your IT environment and the relationships between them
- BMC Atrium Integrator, which transfers data between an external datastore and BMC Atrium CMDB