What is Tivoli? - Definition from WhatIs.com
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Tivoli Systems is an IBM-owned company that develops software that allows a business to manage its computing environment. In a large organization, keeping track of and upgrading computer equipment and various levels of operating systems and applications is a formidable task. Tivoli offers products and solutions in these areas:

  • E-business infrastructure management
  • E-marketplace solutions
  • Industry-specific solutions
  • Service provider capabilities
  • Availability and application management
  • Network management
  • Operations management
  • OS/390 management
  • Pervasive management (management of mobile devices and point-of-sale terminals)
  • Storage and storage area network ( SAN ) management
  • Security management
  • Service management
  • Web management

This was last updated in September 2005
Posted by: Margaret Rouse

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