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Presentation given by Jai Keven Kumar, Global Solution Advisor, BMC Software on August 2nd, 2011 at eWorld Forum (www.eworldforum.net) in the session Unique Identification Number (UID)

Presentation given by Jai Keven Kumar, Global Solution Advisor, BMC Software on August 2nd, 2011 at eWorld Forum (www.eworldforum.net) in the session Unique Identification Number (UID)

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  • Slide objective: Show that BSM solves these challenges by simplifying, standardizing, automating, and integrating IT processes and functions using a common data model with a shared definition of services, assets and IT configurations…Key Points:-- Just as ERP provided a platform for effective business planning and operations, BSM provides a platform for effective IT planning and operations-- BSM offers a common and consistent way for information to be shared across IT functions and departments-- BSM also simplifies, standardizes, and automates IT processes through out-of-the-box best practice templates and integrated workflow-- BMC learned from early ERP implementations, and built a platform that avoids the traditional challenges of ERP adoptionSample presentation:Just as ERP provided a platform for effect to business planning and operations, BSM provides a platform for effective IT planning and operations. The notion of a platform provides two fundamental benefits. First, the platform provides a consistent way of sharing information. Just as businesses needed to standardize around terms such as "customer", IT organizations need to standardize around consistent terms, such as "services", "resources", and so on. A platform approach also standardizes the communications and workflow between functions through APIs and a shared data model. With a platform-based approach, the output of one function becomes the input to another (for example, the output of request management is an input to change management). Second, this platform provides the ability to quickly adopt best practices and automate workflow. Historically, IT organizations have worked in silos, which is great for building and maintaining areas of functional expertise, but inefficient when multiple IT departments are required to work together. By delivering out-of-the-box best practice templates for IT processes and automating many mundane, repetitive, and error prone tasks, IT organizations can focus time and effort on better meeting business expecations and requirements.In making this analogy to ERP, it's important to note that BMC has learned from the 20 years of ERP implementations have happened globally. Two key ways in which BSM has differentiated itself from traditional ERP. First, implementation does not have to be an "all or none" issue. We strongly believe in a stepwise implementation path, where return on investment can be demonstrated at each step along the way. Second, the architecture for BSM is not a single-monolithic architecture. Rather, it combines key attributes of composite applications, such as rapid implementation, ability to work standalone, and rapid integration with other components (e.g. SOA-based APIs and federation vs. centralization of your most critical IT information.)
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    • 1. Impact of Technology on<br />Unique Identification<br />
    • 2. Identity In Our Daily Life<br />License Services<br />Validate Identity<br />Telcom & Services<br />Banking & Insurance<br />Public Transportation<br />
    • 3. The Eco-System<br />
    • 4. Aadhaar Technology Stack<br />
    • 5. Technology Challenges<br /><ul><li>Volume
    • 6. Capacity management
    • 7. Infrastructure & application availability
    • 8. Dynamic infrastructure management
    • 9. Application level provisioning
    • 10. Speed
    • 11. Dynamic resource management
    • 12. Dynamic workload analysis
    • 13. Maintain SLAs to registrars
    • 14. On Demand
    • 15. Regional capacity Vs National demand
    • 16. Upgrades & consistency across DCs
    • 17. Others
    • 18. Infrastructure security & standards
    • 19. Dynamic audit & compliance
    • 20. Volume
    • 21. 10 fingers – 5 MB i.e. 6 Peta Bytes for 1.2 billion people
    • 22. 4M enrolments per day
    • 23. de-duplication check for 1.2B records
    • 24. Speed
    • 25. ~2-3 sec response time
    • 26. 1B records to be compared for every enrolment
    • 27. Creation and retrieval
    • 28. On Demand
    • 29. Elasticity & dynamic provisioning
    • 30. Distributed datacenters
    • 31. Others
    • 32. Security
    • 33. Biometrics</li></li></ul><li>Typical IT Management<br />INCIDENT<br />MANAGEMENT<br />SERVICE<br />REQUEST<br />MANAGEMENT<br />DATA<br />MANAGEMENT<br />SERVICE<br />LEVEL MANAGEMENT<br />RELEASEMANAGEMENT<br />CONFIGURATION<br />MANAGEMENT<br />ASSETMANAGEMENT<br />EVENT AND IMPACT<br />MANAGEMENT<br />GOVERNANCE AND COMPLIANCE MANAGEMENT<br />CAPACITYMANAGEMENT<br />CLOUD<br />MANAGEMENT<br />ENTERPRISE SCHEDULING<br />PERFORMANCE & AVAILABILITY MANAGEMENT<br />CHANGEMANAGEMENT<br />Highly manual processes<br />Making it difficult to scale, respond quickly and meet commitments consistently<br />Often held together by paper-based forms spreadsheets, email , etc<br />
    • 34. Automated Management of IT to Support Aadhaar<br />Provides platform for effective business planning and operations<br />Common and consistent way for sharing information across IT functions<br />SERVICE<br />REQUEST<br />MANAGEMENT<br />DATA<br />MANAGEMENT<br />INCIDENT<br />MANAGEMENT<br />SERVICE LEVEL<br />MANAGEMENT<br />CAPACITY<br />MANAGEMENT<br />EVENT<br />AND IMPACT<br />MANAGEMENT<br />CONTROLS AND<br />COMPLIANCE<br />BSM<br />RELEASE<br />MANAGEMENT<br />ASSET<br />MANAGEMENT<br />CLOUD LIFECYCLE<br />MANAGEMENT<br />CONFIGURATION AUTOMATION<br />Simplifies, standardizes and automates IT processes with OoB workflows<br />Enabling IT to Scale better and consistently meet expectations<br />ENTERPRISE<br />SCHEDULING<br />CHANGE MANAGEMENT<br />PERFORMANCE & AVAILABILITY MANAGEMENT<br />
    • 35. Automate: Autoscale based on capacity trends during enrollment or authentication<br />Planning: Plan future growth and define supply and demand strategies<br />Support: Aadhaarenrollment errors deduction and remediation<br />Design: Continuous auto discovery of infra and association to Aadhaar applications<br />Orchestrate data and workflow across Aadhaar DCs<br />BMC Simplifies and Automates IT management<br />Monitor: Ensure end-to-end transactions across enrollments, auth, fraud detection and other Aadhaar apps<br />

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