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Tivoli Software

IBM Tivoli and Maximo Asset Management Development Update & Maximo 7.1 Preview

Anthony Honaker
Maximo Product Strategy & Product Management

© 2007 IBM Corporation

Tivoli Software

IBM’s Commitment to Maximo and Asset Management
 Key to IBM strategy and future
growth

 Leverage Maximo’s marketleading technology

 IBM and MRO share long
history

 Delivered more resources and
a more aggressive product roadmap

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Customer Value
IBM will protect the Maximo customer’s investment:
• • • • • • Continue to support and enhance the Maximo J2EE Architecture Continued commitment to SOA and open standards Provide upgrades to future Maximo versions Continued support for user group meetings and advisory councils Retain the “Maximo” brand name for all EAM products Continued support for both IBM and non-IBM platforms

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Managing Performance of Critical Assets
Asset and service management solutions for all critical assets across the enterprise
Operating on open standards: J2EE-based service-oriented architecture (SOA) Delivered with deep industry-specific functionality

Production Assets Oil, Steel, Utilities

Building, Facility and Property Assets

IT Assets

Transportation Assets

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Maximo Themes Managing all of the critical assets in the enterprise Enabling Service Management across all assets

Providing deep Industry solutions and expertise Utilizing modern Service Oriented Architecture

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The Best of Enterprise Asset Management, IBM Service Management, IT Asset Management
IBM Service Management
Best Practices and Services
Process Management Process Service IBM Management Management Solutions (CCMDB, Service ManagementMgr) Service Request Platform

Maximo Asset Mgmt (EAM)

Tivoli Asset Mgmt for IT (ITAM)

Service Management Platform Operational Management

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“Best in Class” Asset & Service Management Consolidated Infrastructure for EAM, ITAM, Service Management Modern Open Standards Based Technology

© 2007 IBM Corporation

Tivoli Software

Maximo Roadmap
H2 2006 2007
IBM Maximo Asset Mgt 7.1 • IBM Tivoli Asset Mgt for IT 7.1 • IBM Tivoli Service Request Manager 7.1 • IBM Maximo for Nuclear Power 6.3 • IBM Maximo for Government 6.1 • IBM Tivoli Change and Configuration Management Database 7.1 • IBM Tivoli Release Process Manager 7.1 • IBM Maximo for Utilities 6.3 • IBM Maximo Spatial 6.3 • IBM Maximo for Transportation 6.3 • IBM Maximo for Life Sciences 6.4 • IBM Maximo Calibration 6.4 IBM Maximo for Service Providers 6.1 IBM Maximo for Oil and Gas 6.3 IBM Tivoli Asset Mgt for IT 6.2.1 IBM Maximo Asset Mgt 6.2.1: DB2 Support IBM Maximo Asset Configuration Manager 6.2 IBM Maximo Mobile Calibration New 7.x Releases of Industry Solutions: • Utilities • Nuclear Power • Service Providers • Government • • • • Oil and Gas Calibration Life Sciences Transportation

2008-2009

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New 7.x Releases of: • Tivoli Asset Mgt for IT • Tivoli Service Request Manager • Tivoli Change and Configuration Management Database • Tivoli Release Process Mgr • Tivoli Capacity Process Mgr • Tivoli Storage Process Mgr

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Key: Key:
Increased or new investment in EAM

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Tivoli Asset Management for IT

© 2007 IBM Corporation

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Converged Asset Management
Financial
(Lifecycle Management)

Physical

Operational (IBM SM)

•Compliance/Audits •Contracts Trends HW Cost •Expense Control •License Management •Upgrade Costs •Leasing •Invoice validation •POs paid •Optimization •Modeling
Supported in the current Tivoli IT AM Portfolio

•Discovery •Asset Tracking •Asset Assignment •Asset Reconciliation •Maintenance •Upgrades •Disposal •End of Life

•Service Desk •IMAC Cost Trends SW •Product Install •Product Removal •Disaster Recovery •Security •Service Request •Change Management •Release Management

Areas enhanced for IT AM in 2007

Areas of focus for IT AM in 2008

Capabilities provided by other Tivoli Products

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What is Software Asset Management (SAM)?

IT Service Management IT Asset Management
Hardware Software Contracts

Software Asset Management

HW Cost Trends

“Enterprises that begin an asset management program experience up to a 30% reduction in costs the first year.. and continue savings of 5-10% for the next 5 years” – Gartner
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Why Is Software Asset Management So Hard?
• Lack of centralized cross-platform data repository

• software inventory • product use activity • contractual and financial information

• Rapid business change causes unexpected software spending and inefficient software deployment • Complexities of license metrics, terms & conditions, and software deployment • Software Asset Lifecycle management within functional areas and departmental silos • No clear knowledge of what software is installed, how much it is being used and who is using it. • Most software asset management practices lack the maturity to drive maximum business value
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IBM’s Unique Approach to Software Asset Management
Only IBM delivers the four essential sets of integrated information required for effective Software Asset Management across all significant environments What does each software asset cost now and in the future? Contracts & Financials IBM Tivoli Asset Management for IT

Over Licensed? (Potential Savings) Under Licensed? (Compliance Risk)

License Compliance

IBM Tivoli License Compliance Manager

IBM Tivoli License Compliance Manager for z/OS

What software assets are in use?

License Use Software Use

What software do I have? All four questions must be answered to align software spending with business goals

Inventory

PCs
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Servers

System z
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Value Realized By Effective SAM
Compliance Risk Reduction
- Software vendor license compliance audits - World Wide impact of Sarbanes-Oxley Act Section 404

Software Cost Management
- Identification and reduction of no and low use software - Efficient server consolidations - Optimize software and hardware capacity upgrades - Strong vendor contract negotiation leverage - Reduced software fees through competitive replacement - Improve operational performance and reduce maintenance costs - Invoice validation - Effective charge-back - Disaster recovery and business continuation

Opportunity Creation
- Software dollars can be redeployed to fund new software acquisitions and projects that return business value

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Tivoli Asset Management for IT 6.2.1
Tivoli Application Dependency Discovery Manager

Tivoli Integration Adapters

3rd party discovery tools

Maximo Asset Management Tivoli Service Request Manager
Tivoli Integration Adapters

Maximo Enterprise Adapter

Enterprise Business Applications (ERP, HR, Finance)

Tivoli Asset Management for IT

IBM NetCool / Precision for IP Networks

Tivoli Provisioning Manager

Tivoli Usage and Accounting Manager

Tivoli Integration Adapters

Mainframe

Tivoli License Compliance Manager for z/OS

Tivoli Asset Compliance Center (Bundled w/ TLCMz)

Tivoli License Compliance Manager

Servers & PCs

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Tivoli Asset Management for IT 7.1
Tivoli Application Dependency Discovery Manager

Tivoli Integration Adapters

3rd party discovery tools

CCMDB Maximo Asset Management
Tivoli Integration Adapters

Tivoli Service Request Manager

Maximo Enterprise Adapter

Enterprise Business Applications (ERP, HR, Finance)

Tivoli Asset Management for IT

IBM NetCool / Precision for IP Networks

Tivoli Provisioning Manager

Tivoli Usage and Accounting Manager Tivoli Integration Adapters Mainframe Tivoli License Compliance Manager for z/OS Tivoli Asset Compliance Center (Bundled w/ TLCMz) Servers & PCs Tivoli License Compliance Manager

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Tivoli Asset Management for IT 7.2
Tivoli Application Dependency Discovery Manager

Tivoli Integration Adapters

3rd party discovery tools

CCMDB Maximo Asset Management Tivoli Service Request Manager Tivoli Asset Management for IT
Tivoli Integration Adapters

Maximo Enterprise Adapter

Enterprise Business Applications (ERP, HR, Finance)

IBM NetCool / Precision for IP Networks

Tivoli License Optimization Manager

Tivoli Usage and Accounting Manager

Tivoli Provisioning Manager

Mainframe Hardware and Software Identification for z/OS

Tivoli Integration Adapters Hardware and Software Identification for Distributed Distributed Hardware Discovery

Tivoli TotalStorage Productivity Center Servers & PCs

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Maximo Asset Management 7.1 Preview

© 2007 IBM Corporation

Tivoli Software

Maximo 7 Preview Topics
 Enhanced User Interface and Security Capabilities  Migration Manager  Linear Assets  Enhanced Process and Work Management

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Maximo 7 Preview – Security and UI

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Conditional, Dynamic Security
 Data Restrictions
Control Access Characteristics to Objects and Attributes based on Data and/or User Group Characteristics include “Read Only” and “Hidden” Examples:  Tradesmen User Group cannot view WOs in “Waiting Approval” Status

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Hide pay rate field on the Labor record based on user group; e.g. Tradesman Hide WO cost fields for Tradesmen, but visible for Supervisors
WOs in “Complete” Status are read-only for Tradesmen User Group, but not for Planners Asset records are read-only if the status is “Salvage”

 Application Access
Conditional Access to Applications   Read, Insert, Modify and Delete E.g., Change Status, Add to New Parent, View Total Costs, etc. Conditional Access to Actions

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Conditional Expression Manager

 Persistent Definition and Re-use of Common Conditions

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Conditional Access

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Data Restrictions

 Object and Attribute Level Restrictions  Can be made Read Only, Required or Hidden  Can be Conditionally Applied
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Conditional UI
 Control the UI based on Data and/or User Group
Controls characteristics of UI Controls  E.g., Fields, Table Windows, Tabs, Buttons, Actions, etc.

Characteristics include “Required”, “Read Only”, “Hidden”

 Examples:
Hide Asset Application Safety tab for IT Users Different labels, colors, etc on the same field for different groups of users; e.g. “Labor” for US users and “Labour” for Canadian or UK users

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Conditional UI

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Maximo 7 Preview – Migration Manager

© 2007 IBM Corporation

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Migration Manager: Maximo Configuration Capabilities
 Maximo releases provide increasing configuration capabilities
Fewer customizations (coding) • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • OMP Integration Web Services Library LIC Configuration Import/Export Logging Properties Application Designer Domains Sets Cron Tasks Communication Templates Escalations Enhanced Security Enhanced Workflow Database Configuration Reports

 Current migration process is cumbersome
Manually executed database scripts, export/import Prone to sequencing errors Seeding often

incomplete (“I missed that configuration!”) • Application Designer • Domains • Sets • Cron Tasks • Communication Templates • Escalations • Enhanced Security • Enhanced Workflow • Database Configuration • Enhanced Reports

• Security • Workflow • Screen Designer • Database Configuration • Reports

Maximo 5.2

Maximo 6.2.1

Maximo 7.1

Configuration applications in Maximo
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Configuration Migration Process
 Migration of Configurations between Maximo
environments

 Supports standard rollout environments:
DEV->TEST->PRODUCTION Production Server 1
PROD DB

 Purpose:
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Production Server 2

PROD DB

Production Server 3

PROD DB

Seed a new Maximo environment with all configurations and customizations

Development Server

Test Server
DEV DB TEST DB

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Migration Manager
 Manages Packages - containers for Maximo configuration information  Package has a life-cycle:

Define
P ackage can be “Snapshot” or “Delta” Configurat ion Import /E xport also provides: Snapshot conf iguration/customization for support purposes (IB M support) General purpose package-based export/ im port tool between Maxim envi ronments o Packaged content delivery through OPA L Maxim soluti ons and add-ons, i ncl udi ng Indust ry S ol utions o T voli P rocess Managers i       

Create

Distribute

Deploy

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Migration Groups

 Migration Groups define logical sets of Objects (and their relationships)  Also defined is the Order, which ensure that data being Migrated is appropriately sequenced  New Groups can be defined in addition to those delivered out of the box

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Package Definition

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Package Creation

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Maximo 7 Preview - Linear Assets

© 2007 IBM Corporation

Tivoli Software

Linear Assets

Non linear Assets
Mobile (fleet, vehicles) Fixed Physical Assets (facilities) Component-based Assets (aircraft, ship) Installed, maintained, replaced as a whole

Linear Assets
Roads Pipelines (sewers, oil pipelines) Railway tracks Preserved and restored in place, and in segments

A non Linear Asset occupies a defined space and can be tracked by its location or modeled as part of a parent child hierarchy

Linear Assets have linear properties and often connect with each other by their relationship with the linear infrastructure itself

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Linear Assets

WO 127 WO 128 Speed Limit Lanes Surfac e Exits

0 25

40 50

65 4 Pavement Concrete

55 3

0

Asset A

50

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Linear Assets

 Linear Attributes, Actions conditionally visible  Multiple, Configurable Linear Referencing Methods

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Features

 Entities such as Mile Posts, Signs, Guardrails, Junctions can be managed as Features,
rather than having to create and manage Assets Acreage, )

 Features can be Point (e.g., Mile Post, Junction) or Linear (e.g. Guardrails, Mow-able

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Specifications

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Relationships

 Multiple Relationships can be identified between Assets
- Precedes and Succeeds (I 95 MD Precedes I 95 PA) - Intersects, Passes Over, Passes Under - Joins, Parallels

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Maximo 7 Preview - Process and Work Management Enhancements

© 2007 IBM Corporation

Tivoli Software

Enhanced Process and Work Management
 Multiple Assets, Locations on Work Orders, Tickets  Enhanced Swap capabilities  Automated Flow Control of WO Tasks – Status Management  New WO Task Application  Job Plan Enhancements
Nested Job Plans Attached Documents at Job Plan Task level

 Classification-based Attributes

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Job Plans

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Nested Job Plans – Reusable Processes and Procedures; Generates Work Order Hierarchies Automated Flow Control – Controls Execution of Work; Automates Processes Classification Based Attributes – Similar to Asset, Location and Item; Provides Job Specific Attributes to Job Plans and Work Orders

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Multiple Assets and Locations on Work Orders

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Q&A
Additional Resources
Maximo Asset Management

- http://www-306.ibm.com/software/tivoli/solutions/asset-management/index.html - http://www-306.ibm.com/software/tivoli/products/maximo-asset-mgmt/
Tivoli Asset Management for IT - http://www-306.ibm.com/software/tivoli/solutions/it-asset-management/ Maximo Info on User Group website (www.tivoli-ug.org) 7 Maximo User Groups currently have presence on http://www.tivoli-ug.org/groups.php?ugtype=Maximo Maximo News http://www.tivoli-ug.org/news.php#acq Maximo Mondays listed http://www.tivoli-ug.org/events.php#maximo_mondays and here
http://www.tivoli-ug.org/events.php

New category added into TIE for Asset Mgt (coming 10-11-07) http://tie.tivoli-ug.org/ Peer to Peer Knowledge Exchange has Maximo products listed: http://www.tivoli-ug.org/p2p/listall_bycat January 2007 Executive Interview Article with Anthony Honaker: http://www.tivoli-ug.org/ecarch18.php

August 2007: Executive Interview Article with Jack Young: http://www.tivoli-ug.org/execcorner.php
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