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Improve IT management service levels with network management software integration using HP NNMi

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Overview

In many cases, you can increase the economic benefit of network management software through integrations with other software platforms. For example, integrations between application performance tools and network management tools can reduce the time to repair application performance issues by providing end-to-end views. Management software integrations can also support...

In many cases, you can increase the economic benefit of network management software through integrations with other software platforms. For example, integrations between application performance tools and network management tools can reduce the time to repair application performance issues by providing end-to-end views. Management software integrations can also support best-practice process frameworks such as ITIL v3, which helps optimize people, processes, and technology.

HP Network Node Manager (NNMi) is network management software that supports a broad and rich set of out-of-the-box integrations for HP Business Service Management and HP network lifecycle management solutions. HP NNMi also supports custom integrations for your existing management framework.

In this paper, learn:

- An overview of the value, use cases, and features for the HP supported out-of-the-box integrations

- Detailed information about the Level 1, 2, and 3 integration capabilities

- Specific examples of common integrations with HP NNMi

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Executive summary
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HP software integrations (supported out of the box)
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HP NNMi integrations for Business Service Management
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HP NNMi integrations for Network Lifecycle Management
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HP NNMi integration capabilities
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Third-party integrations (supported out of the box)
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Summary
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Suggestions for additional reading
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Appendix A: example integrations
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Level 1 integration examples
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Level 3 integration examples
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Additional Level 3 integration examples
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