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ITIL Service Transition 2011 Edition (Best Management Practices)

by Stuart Rance

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The ITIL Editions 2011 has been updated for clarity, consistency, correctness and completeness. By focusing on delivery and control process activities, ITIL Service Operation describes how a highly desirable steady state of managing services can be achieved on a day-to-day basis. Key Features The updated ITIL publications share a similar standard structure (including generic content in Chapters 1, 2 and 6) to improve consistency and aid navigation. Some content has been reorganized to improve flow and readability, and ensure alignment across the suite including clarification around interfaces, and inputs and outputs across the service lifecycle.Terminology has been clarified and made consistent across the publications and the ITIL glossary.Summary of Updates from the Author The structure, content and relationships of the configuration management system (CMS) and service knowledge management system (SKMS) have been clarified to help the reader to understand these key concepts There is new content explaining how a change proposal should be used. The evaluation process has been renamed change evaluation and the purpose and scope have been modified to help clarify when and how this process should be used. The service asset and configuration management process has additional content relating to asset management, and there are improvements in the flow and integration of a number of processes, including change management, release and deployment management, and change evaluation.

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The ITIL 2011 Editions have been updated for clarity, consistency, correctness and completeness. ITIL Service Transition focuses on the broader, long-term change management role and release practices so that risks, benefits, delivery mechanisms and the ease of ongoing operations of services are considered. This publication provides guidance and process activities for the transition of services into the business environment. Key Features The updated ITIL publications share a similar standard structure (including generic content in Chapters 1, 2 and 6) to improve consistency and aid navigation. Some content has been reorganized to improve flow and readability, and ensure alignment across the suite?including clarification around interfaces, and inputs and outputs across the service lifecycle. Terminology has been clarified and made consistent across the publications and the ITIL glossary. Summary of Updates from the Author The structure, content and relationships of the configuration management system (CMS) and service knowledge management system (SKMS) have been clarified to help the reader to understand these key concepts There is new content explaining how a change proposal should be used. The evaluation process has been renamed ?change evaluation? and the purpose and scope have been modified to help clarify when and how this process should be used. The service asset and configuration management process has additional content relating to asset management, and there are improvements in the flow and integration of a number of processes, including change management, release and deployment management, and change evaluation.… (more)

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