IT services are prevalent throughout virtually all businesses. Most enterprises and many government functions are totally dependent upon reliable and responsive IT services to underpin vital business, community and social functions. IT services have become mainstream and managing them to deliver value it the core message of ITIL V3, and the emphasis in ITIL V3 on service catalogue management is a direct result of the growing requirement for business and IT to work together sharing data, information and knowledge about demand for services, service capabilities and patterns of business activity. The Service Catalogue Management process is now a very important management field complete with its own terminology and vital concepts. This study guide outlines the concepts and principles underlying the service catalogue; discusses a project plan approach and reporting considerations; describes the value of a sound business case and the key relationships and touch points in the service catalogue management process.Figure 7.2 Example of a Configuration Management System Configuration Life Cycle View Project configurations Service Strategy, Design, Transition, Operations configuration baselines and Search, Browse, Store, Retrieve, Update, Publish, anbsp;...
|Title||:||A Study Guide to Service Catalogue from the Principles of Itil V3|
|Publisher||:||The Stationery Office - 2010-03|