Eracent today announced that their ITMC Discovery™ product has been verified by Oracle Global License Advisory Services (GLAS) for discovery of Oracle to identify where Oracle Fusion Middleware products are being used.
Eracent is pleased to announce the release of IT Management Center™ (ITMC) version 10.2.15. This version enhances Eracent’s Software Asset Management (SAM) functionality, expands Discovery coverage and improves product usability.
Eracent is pleased to announce the release of IT Management Center™ (ITMC) version 10.2.13.
This version enhances and streamlines Eracent’s Software Asset Management (SAM) functionality and also expands functionality that directly contributes to endpoint and network security.
As an end-user of Oracle software, your organization is considering moving to the cloud. What are the considerations when making this decision? If you move to the cloud, how will you track, manage and optimize the software licenses? It’s important to know what to do in terms of software licensing and tracking deployments, and have access to supporting data that will enable your organization to make good decisions about optimization.
When managing computer hardware assets, it’s critical to have controls in place and access to accurate data on the status of your assets. This enables you to make the best business decisions on how to manage them…otherwise, you can end up with chaos, or the Wild West effect.
Eracent has integrated its Network Probe and ITMC Discovery with the CyberArk Enterprise Password Vault, which discovers, secures, rotates and controls access to privileged account passwords that are used to access systems throughout enterprise IT environments.
Eracent has received formal certification of its ITMC Discovery™ Integration for ServiceNow. This integration enables ServiceNow CMDB instances to be automatically updated with normalized discovery and utilization data from ITMC Discovery. This comprehensive asset / CI data may be used for multiple purposes.
Effective Software Asset Management (SAM) begins with the collection of data – data on your IT hardware and software assets as well as specific attributes about them. Ideally, this raw data is collected via an automated discovery tool and then fed into a normalization engine that transforms the data into software license titles. The normalization process can be done through a SAM tool or manually…regardless of how it is accomplished, the discovery data needs to be complete and accurate in order to gain the most value from your SAM program.