Service Level Agreement Capacity Management
Optimizing the performance of services and components to increase their efficiency. This section traditionally defines the main stakeholders who participated in and signed an agreement. However, in this case, an SLA workflow is used to meet these needs. In coordination with the post-implementation change audit, capacity management helps test implementation from a capacity perspective. If the tests fail, the change management must decide whether the case plan should be executed or whether the implementation can be accepted despite all test problems. Ultimately, divisions justify to the manager the level of service required to support business processes, not information technology. And integrated continuous improvement processes mean that IT support with them changes as business requirements change. The role of capacity management is to provide sufficient capacity to meet capacity and performance requirements. It should be timely and inexpensive. You`ve noticed that this is a reference to performance – capacity management is often performance-related. The capacity management process should cover the operating and development environment including hardware, network equipment, devices, software and human resources.
Capacity management ensures that IT resources and planned and planned service levels are consistent and responsive to current and future business requirements. Event management: ITIL also takes a lifecycle approach to event management – from the first alert to correction and validation. An overview of service interdependencies can be an important asset in optimizing event management and reducing event saturation. Is responsible for developing a capacity plan that takes into account changes in IT capacity in the future. In this activity, the Capacity section of the service design package is defined. Incident Management: ITIL focuses on restoring IT services in a timely manner to minimize business interruptions. Although incident management has been centered in the Service Desk in the past, it often requires a handshake with more event-centric management, availability management and application management – especially in the event of unforeseen events and “problems” affecting the service. Generating and managing a specific capacity plan To understand a situation, you need to integrate your knowledge of the current state of a solution with the requirements of the new solution.
Project managers cite this analysis of the gaps. The difference you analyze is the distance between a current solution and a new or modified solution.