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D. A set of rules that defines which CI can be connected to a different CI and with which relationship
What will happen if you create a view that breaches the amount of maximum CIs in a view?
View priority will be changed to medium priority meaning the view would be calculated less times and in larger time interval - this is in order to lessen the load on the system.
View will be created but will not be calculated.
View will be created but will not be shown in the Dashboard and SLM applications.
View will become inactive and will not be build in the CMDB.
What is a CIT?
Change item type - the CIT defines which change category of CIs used by Business Availability Center the change item relates to
Change item type - the CIT defines whether the CI is from the discovery collector group or the adapter group in order to define which application is affected by the CI
Configuration item type - the CIT defines whether the CI is from the discovery collector group or the adapter group in order to define which application could use the CI
Configuration item type - the CIT defines a category of CIs used in Business Availability Center and provides templates for creating the CIs and associated properties in each category
There are different types of fuses in CMDB that exist in BAC. What are these types of fuses?
Number of TQLs, number of CIs in the model, number of CIs per view
Number of TQLs, number of CIs in the model
Number of TQLs per customer, Number of TQLs per CMDB server, number of CIs in the
model per customer, number of CIs in the model per server, number of CIs per view for customer, number of CIs per view for server
Number of TQLs per customer, Number of TQLs per CMDB server, number of CIs in the model per customer, number of CIs in the model per server
What is the meaning of the brigin attribute that exists in each CI?
Which package was the CIT deployed from
The view that the CI was created in
Which of the BAC users created the CI
By which data source was the CI added to the model
Which statement best describes the IT Information Library (ITIL)?
ITIL is the most widely accepted methodology for IT service management, originally developed by aerospace industry to maximize the IT resources which are in service.
ITIL is a subset of J2EE technology which allows better usage of Java technology in an IT organization in order to maximize the outcome and minimize the risk, reduce IT cost and increase customer satisfaction.
ITIL is the most widely accepted methodology for IT service management, originally developed by the British Office of Government commerce and is a set of well-defined best practices for IT which aims to increase communication between the IT, the business and customers, increase IT productivity, reduce IT costs, better manage risk and increase the level of customer satisfaction.
ITIL is the most widely accepted approach to IT service management in the world. ITIL provides a cohesive set of rules an IT organization must follow in order to receive the British Standards Institution's ITIL certification.
What is the purpose of Universal Configuration Management Database (uCMDB) from the
Business Availability Center perspective?
uCMDB is the shared repository for performance monitoring data and IT infrastructure.
uCMDB serves as the central repository for the configuration information gathered from the various Mercury Business availability centers and third party applications and tools. It also provides a unified model for BAC applications.
uCMDB is the shared repository for data gathered by Discovery only for mapping purposes.
uCMDB is the shared repository for a shared installation of Application Mapping and BAC.
Which statement best describes the Discovery Manager application?
The Discovery Manager consists of several discovery patterns. Each pattern contains one or more discovery modules representing a specific group of Cis. You run discovery process by activating the discovery module.
The Discovery Manager runs on the Probe machine and contains patterns which could be accessed via the Discovery web console.
The Discovery Manager contains discovery modules. Each module contains one or more discovery patterns responsible for discovering a specific group of CIs. You can then run discovery process by activating discovery patterns.
The Discovery Manager contains both the patterns accessed via the Discovery web console and the discovery modules.
Assuming we have 200 views in the CMDB, what will happen if I want to add an additional 10 views?
The views would be added - a warning message would appear regarding the amount of views which will state that adding additional view could have an affect in the performance of the system but the system would not block the operation.
Views will become inactive since the maximum amount of active views fuse is set to 200, the ONLY way to re-activate a view is to deactivate some unneeded views and reducing the amount of active view under 200.
Views will become inactive since the max amount of active views fuse is set to 200, this fuse could be changed from the Infrastructure setting but could have performance influence on the
system, also you could deactivate some unneeded views in order to reduce their number within the fuse limit.
The views would not be added - a warning message would appear regarding the amount of views which will state that adding additional view could have an affect in the performance of the system so the operation is terminated.
Can you verify that discovery results are sent to the CMDB?
Yes, you can view it in the Probe console that relates which pattern was activated and how many CIs were discovered.
Yes, you can view it using the Probe web console <Probe machine name>:8080/Webconsole and view the CIs that were discovered.
Yes, it can be viewed with a combination of A and B.
No, there is no option to validate this - you can only create a view in the CMDB and see how many CIs were added from the last time.