A particular application instance (or service) provided by an installed middleware software. For example a web application deployed with Tomcat can be documented as a Middleware Instance.
|Organization||Foreign key to a(n) Organization||Yes|
|Middleware||Foreign key to a(n) Middleware||Yes|
|Business criticity||Possible values: high, low, medium||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|
|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 Instance” in the form below:
And click “Apply” to display the Middleware Instance creation form:
Impacts: a Middleware Instance impacts all the Application Solutions it belong to. A Middleware Instance also impacts the contacts (Persons or Teams) linked to it.
Depends on: a Middleware Instance is considered as depending on its Middleware.
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