An instance of a middleware software (software offering services to other software, or enterprise integration software) installed on a particular system (PC, Server or Virtual Machine). For example: Tomcat, JBoss, Talend, Microsoft BizTalk, IBM Websphere or Lotus Domino can be put under this category.
|Organization||Foreign key to a(n) Organization||Yes|
|Status||Possible values: active, inactive||No|
|Business criticity||Possible values: high, low, medium||No|
|System||Foreign key to a(n) Functional CI||Yes|
|Software||Foreign key to a(n) Software||No|
|Software licence||Foreign key to a(n) Software Licence||No|
|Move to production date||Date (year-month-day)||No|
|Description||Multiline character string||No|
|Contacts||All the contacts for this configuration item|
|Documents||All the documents linked to this configuration item|
|Tickets||All the tickets for this configuration item|
|Application solutions||All the application solutions depending on this configuration item|
|Middleware instances||All the middleware instances provided by this middleware|
|Provider contracts||All the provider contracts for this configuration item|
|Services||All the services impacted by this configuration item|
Click on the “New CI” menu:
Then select “Middleware” in the form below:
And click “Apply” to display the Middleware creation form:
Impacts: a Middleware impacts all its Middleware Instances, as well as the Application Solutions it belong to. A Middleware also impacts the contacts (Persons or Teams) linked to it.
Depends on: a Middleware is considered as depending on the system (PC, Server or Virtual Machine) on which it runs.
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