The Seamless integration of Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM 2007 & 2012) or SMS to BMC Atrium CMDB or HP uCMDB provides an automated process for defining, extending, mapping, loading, reconciling and updating the CMDB with SCCM CIs, attributes and relationship asset information. The Seamless Data Pump moves data from System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) to HP Universal Configuration Management database (uCMDB).
The Seamless Technologies SCCM to CMDB integration is automated, easy to use and supports ITIL. Key benefits include:
• Documented and configurable predefined maps of SCCM data to Atrium CMDB classes
• Full load and delta updates are automated but can also be explicitly set.
• Multi-threaded updates can be configured to boost performance.
• Source SCCM data can come from SMS 2003, SCCM 2007, and SCCM 2012/2012R2. As new versions are released we maintain the product compatibility.
• Multi-tenancy mode is built in for BMC Atrium CMDB.
• Flexible and powerful configuration & mapping
• With the Normalization Tool, manipulate and normalize the source data.
• With the Report Tool, create reports of source to target differences.
• High performance, run as a service or daemon
• Run book & process automation compatible
• Supports Remedy Asset License Management
• Commercially supported product
• Automated updates of the hardware and software inventory managed by SCCM
• Update schedule can be set for the customer’s specific requirements
• Best practice mapping and reconciliation of SCCM Classes of CI and relationships into the BMC Atrium CMDB.
• Field level modifications can be made via a licensed verified configuration file
• Enables ITIL CM, AM, IM, PM, SIM processes across tool and organizational boundaries by synchronizing data & states
• Built under contract agreements (TAP) with MSFT and BMC, and ITIL best practices
• Supports the BMC Remedy Atrium latest 8.0/8.1 versions
Seamless Data Pump for SCCM (2007 / 2012 / 2012R2) to CMDB / uCMDB has not been reviewed by any customers.
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