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These transforms posted here might be useful:
As far as AST Attributes, I created an integration with Rackwise and used ththe AROutput step to AST:Attributes to populate Attributes that are not BMC_ComputerSystem CI Attributes (e.g. Tag Number).
Thanks for your quick response.
I'll take a look as soon as I can to the Service Modeller you're proposing.
I recently modified the Service Modeling Toolkit for a customer who wanted to include Consumer CIs such as BMC_Organization. See the "scrubbed" screenshots. If you would like the AI Transforms, just email me directly email@example.com.
Here are the screenshots: *we built 75 Service Models in 4 minutes using AI
Nice to see that our approach isn't a foulish idea...
We're working also in a similar direction:
A People Collection (at Company, Organization or Department level) uses a collection of "Solutions".
A Solution, as you can see, is composed basically by Technological Services (1 to N) and each of these is also connected to Provider Services (1 to N). Under the Provider Services, there can be 1 to N IT Infrastructure layers.
Solutions can share Technological Services, such as Applications or Licenses. Provider Services are normally related to CPD.
Solutions could normally be connected to something called Locations. A Location is a combination of People Collection and a Site. A Location could be shared by different People Collections. Defining Locations at CI level, more precise information is available when analyzing impact.
Some Solutions can be demaned through SRM. Solutions like those related directly to "User Profiles", once provided, will cause the creation of "used by" relationships between user and solution.
Each Solution 3-Level approach represents a logical tree on CMDB. In fact, the primary idea is to work on ITSM (for example, on Incident Management) using the same 3-Level representation.
When navigating Top-Down, Product Categorization will change dinamically according to the last level selected. Bottom-Up navigation is also possible.
This are just ideas that maybe will never see the light...