Application mapping provides administrators with a concise and comprehensive view of every process and program that makes up a business service or application. However, managers can take this a step further by simply creating a business application model which can be incorporated into larger models thereby enabling them to use models of the infrastructure and business applications or processes to identify key information when it comes to solving problems.

A Real-world Use Case Scenario

Take for example a company whose infrastructure includes dozens of servers, hundreds of users, an Internet website with eCommerce capabilities, an intranet, database servers, e-mail, a CRM solution including sales, human resources including payroll, shipping/receiving, production facilities, an assortment of miscellaneous business processes to integrate with partially independent remote offices, not to mention an ERP solution. Overall, this describes your typical business nowadays, and when any one of these systems fail the stakeholders need to know what is wrong, how to fix it, but most importantly – everyone wants to know when it will be working again.

Where to Begin?

To fix problems one must know where to begin. Consequently, CCI can provide your business with the very best solutions available to discover your entire infrastructure, build models that accurately depict not only exactly what your infrastructure encompasses, but how each and every piece of it relates to everything else. However, if you don’t know what you have and need to makes changes then it’s really difficult when you don’t where to begin.

How to Begin

By implementing any number of HP’s Business Technology Optimization (BTO) products that CCI has extensive experience implementing for numerous enterprise corporations your business will quickly realize the value and true meaning of an efficient operation.