Visibility to Multi-Cloud: Measurable outcomes from CMDB

Journey to Cloud starts with ServiceNow ITOM

Multi‑cloud is quickly becoming the de‑facto deployment standard as organizations of all types leverage an ever‑increasing variety of cloud computing services. Migration to cloud is a transformational journey and application data is critical to solve the real‑world challenges from IT Operations. The ServiceNow platform has evolved as the de‑facto standard for managing IT Ops business use cases, and the ServiceNow CMDB has emerged as the data platform for CloudOps.

Read this White Paper to learn how:

  • The ServiceNow platform has become standard for managing IT Ops business use cases
  • The ServiceNow Discovery framework fully supports the discovery of serverless functions like Lambda and Azure
  • To set up Cloud Discovery, visualize results and opt‑In for the Store application to get monthly updates on new pattern content.

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