Transitioning to a new IT Service Management (ITSM) tool can be daunting for any organisation. The risks associated with such a change include potential disruptions to IT services, data loss, and user resistance. However, with careful planning and execution, you can de-risk the transition process and ensure a smooth and successful implementation of your new ITSM tool.
This blog describes how Tekwurx EasyMigrate can help de-risk your ITSM tool transition.
Many projects face unforeseen challenges and setbacks due to a critical oversight – not having a comprehensive grasp of IT asset data
As application and data workflows and file transfers play an increasingly critical role in digital business, Enterprise Management Associates (EMA) has completed its evaluation of leading workload automation solutions. As in each of the last five reports, the firm scored Control-M at the top of the field, calling it:
“An outstanding choice for organizations that intend to give WLA its rightful place as a data centre and development discipline with significant business impact.”
Read the report to learn how Control-M and BMC Helix Control-M can help you:
- Define, schedule, manage and monitor workflows more easily to improve reliability and SLAs
- Integrate, automate, and orchestrate workflows across on-premises, public, and private clouds
- Enable collaboration between developers and DevOps engineers using a Jobs-as-Code approach
See how Control-M outranks the market in functionality, deployment and administration, architecture and integration, and vendor strength.
The Tekwurx WLA team will be pleased to discuss your requirements with you.
In our experience, upgrading version 7 Control-M/Agent on Linux to version 9 Control-M/Agent on Linux upgrades to 32-bit only and not the 64-bit version that you get with a fresh install of version 9.
A requirement emerged recently to ensure that virtual machine tags were captured as part of discovery to enhance and update “non-discoverable” data.