FireScope Business Service Management, Business-Edition (BE) is the first BSM solution on the market available as a free, downloadable trial. Everything you need to better align IT with the business is included in this 400 meg virtual machine.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Unix, Mac OS
Description: FireScope Business Service Management, Business-Edition (BE) is the first BSM solution on the market available as a free, downloadable trial. Everything you need to better align IT with the business is included in this 400 meg virtual machine. The trial has no feature restrictions, just a 28-day, 100 asset limitations
With FireScope, you can innovate your IT Operations with a real-time view of your critical IT services, combined with business metrics to put IT events and performance in context with business objectives and outcomes.
FireScope combines automated discovery, intuitive wizards and a highly accessible interface to make enterprise-grade IT management accessible for users of any experience level. Combine this with a starting price of only $2,450 and all of the critical barriers to BSM for the SMB market have been removed. That's why it's the only BSM solution with a free, fully-featured trial, and the first to deliver truly self-service Business Service Management.
The process is simple:
1) Download a FireScope BSM:BE Virtual Machine with a 28-day, fully-function trial license.
2) Define your Service Model, with powerful automation features to make the process pain-free.
3) Configure Service-Levels that go beyond pure availability to include business impact measurements.
4) Create real-time dashboards to view your IT Operations to your unique preferences.
5) Purchase FireScope. With a starting price of $2,450 and 28 days of experiencing its value, it's a no-brainer.
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