IT-Pedia® is available in several subscription levels, ensuring you can get the level of data that you need to meet your organization’s needs. This approach makes it easy to grow as your ITSM and ITAM programs mature or expand in scope.
Current subscription levels include:
IT-PEDIA® PRODUCT DATA LIBRARY BASE
IT-Pedia® Product Data Library
The IT-Pedia® IT Product Data Library provides a single source of detailed information about IT products of all types, including hardware and software. It contains detailed, often non-discoverable attributes such as SKUs and product codes, physical characteristics, license programs and models, UNSPSC classifications, product use rights, power usage, vendor information, and more. IT-Pedia helps streamline the process of normalizing, populating and updating service catalogs, procurement systems, asset repositories and SAM tools, CMDBs and other systems. It can also be used to support product refresh cycles and IT security initiatives.
IT-PEDIA® LIFECYCLE DATA
IT-Pedia® Lifecycle Data (IT-Pedia® Base Subscription Required)
The IT-Pedia Lifecycle Data add-on subscription provides the following details for thousands of software applications and a growing number of hardware products:
- Start of Life Data
- Release (General Availability) Date
- End of Sale Date
- End of Support Date
- End of Extended Support Date
- End of Life Date
ERACENT SOFTWARE VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENT DATA MODULE
Eracent Software Vulnerability Assessment Data Module (IT-Pedia® Base Subscription Required)
The Software Vulnerability Assessment Data add-on subscription module is based on standardized data that is continuously compiled by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). Several times per day, Eracent maps details from NIST’s National Vulnerability Database (NVD) to corresponding product entries in the SCANMAN software recognition database. This enables ITMC Discovery™ to quickly identify any installed products that have known vulnerabilities, showing potential threats and software that needs to be patched, updated or replaced throughout your network environment.