BMC Atrium Discovery and Dependency Mapping (ADDM) automatically discovers data center inventory, configuration and relationship data, then maps business applications to the IT infrastructure. Minimize change risks with trusted dependency data. Restore service faster by replacing dependence on tribal knowledge with reliable configuration and relationship data. Prevent audit penalties. And optimize data center hardware and software.
Atrium Discovery and Dependency Mapping has been designed from its inception to be highly scalable, flexible and easy to use.
- Fast time to value – Delivered as a ready-to-run virtual appliance with agentless discovery, Atrium Discovery delivers usable information within hours. Plus it’s easy to fine-tune the discovery process to meet the needs of your organization.
- Big Discovery – Our new Big Discovery appliance clustering technology delivers a fresh view of your data center as often as you need with no speed or scale limits – even for data centers with more than 100,000 servers.
- Storage Discovery – Connect applications to their supporting storage infrastructure and get a single place to view storage inventory and configuration data across heterogeneous storage systems.
- Collaborative application mapping – Reduce the time and effort to map applications with just a small amount of seed data from application owners. The resulting application map is automatically updated when changes occur in the IT environment.
- Robust search and analytics – Slice, dice and analyze the data right in the UI. Out-of-the-box dashboards and reports answer common data center questions. Powerful Google-like search quickly locates information with a just few keywords or phrases.
- Data provenance – Provenance provides full transparency into how the data was discovered right in the UI – the command that was executed, the output of the command and the timestamp when it happened.
- Software and hardware reference libraries – Our software end-of-life reference library helps you quickly identify software that is no longer supported and makes it easier to plan for software upgrades. Use the hardware reference library to quickly identify inefficient hardware for Green IT projects.