Hello teammates I’m opening this post so we can all share our thoughts on the project, we have selected the integration of App Insights for PHP.
You can find more information about the project and the source code at:
If you want to check out more about Application Insights you could start at:
Looking forward to see all your comments and ideas.
We would like to know what do you think about ITIL, how does it works? how to implement it?
Feel free to comment. Later I´ll be posting a formal definition ITIL Methodology.
ITSM methodology works with areas that are divided in 2 groups. Here are the groups:
IT Service Support
- Configuration Managment: which is the physical and logical perspective of IT infraestructure and IT services.
- Change Management: standard methods and procedures for effective managing of all changes
- Release Management: verification, and release of changes to the IT environment
- Incident Management: the day-to-day process that restores normal acceptable service with a minimal impact on business
- Problem Management: the diagnosis of the root causes of incidents in an effort to proactively eliminate them.
IT Service Delivery
Service Desk: provides a central point of contact between users and IT department
Availability Management: optimize IT infrastructure capabilities, services, and support to minimize service outages. Provide levels of service to meet business requirements
IT Service Continuity: managing an organization’s capability to provide the necessary level of service following an interruption of service
Capacity Management: tactically manage resources and strategically plan for future resource requirements
Service Level Management: maintain and improve the level of service to the organization
Financial Management for IT Services: managing the costs to be able to provide the organization with the resources needed to meet requirements
Like ITIL and MOF are frameworks of ITSM, also work with the areas mention above, it may vary the way are named or where in the life cycle are placed in each framework.
So what do you think about this? Do you use one or some of these areas in your work?
IT Service Management is the management of all people, processes and technology that cooperate to ensure the quality of live IT services, according to the levels of service agreed with the customer.
ITSM is a different approach to traditional IT , It can be said that ITSM is an enhancement to the traditional IT management, so we can see that this happens:
|Centralized, done in-house
|“One off”, adhoc
||Formal best practices
|IT internal perspective
ITSM it is based on functions such as systems management, network management, application development and on process domains such as Change Management, Service Level Management and Problem Management.
To be able to work with ITSM, ITIL and MOF are two of the frameworks available to the IT service organization or department aiming for the highest quality at the lowest cost in a turbulent environment.
If you are interested in knowing more about this, in the link below you can find a little more about this topic.
Cross-Reference ITIL® V3 and MOF 4.0
This is a real good implementation road map, the links are fabulous, any thoughts on this?
Simple answer: “It all depends…”, I have heard this before but certainly it is corollary in Software Development.
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