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The Framework for an Information Management Infrastructure: The Framework for an Information M anagement Infrastructure What is Information Management?  Information management is the term used to describe all activities concerned with the use of information in all its forms.  More formally, information management is defined as the means by which a local government plans, identifies, creates, receives, collects, organizes, governs, secures, uses, controls, disseminates, exchanges, maintains, preserves and disposes of its information; as well as any means through which the local government ensures that the value of that information is identified and exploited to its fullest extent. : What is Information Management?  Information management is the term used to describe all activities concerned with the use of information in all its forms.  More formally, information management is defined as the means by which a local government plans, identifies, creates, receives, collects, organizes, governs, secures, uses, controls, disseminates, exchanges, maintains, preserves and disposes of its information; as well as any means through which the local government ensures that the value of that information is identified and exploited to its fullest extent.   The Framework represents the discipline of Information Management as comprising seven key elements: 1. Knowledge Management – the practice of extracting extra value from information, including analysis and reporting 2. Governance - policy, architecture and direction for information and information management 3. Security - confidentiality, integrity and availability of information in line with ISO 27001 and other relevant standards. 4. Information Asset Management - full lifecycle management of information as an asset and classifying and cataloguing it so it can be found and used 5. Information Access and Use - sharing, licensing and use of information so information is easy to find and able to be exploited as widely as possible 6. Record Keeping - ensuring legislative and regulatory requirements are met in the handling of information 7. Data Management - management, and maintenance of the data that underlies information: The Framework represents the discipline of Information Management as comprising seven key elements: 1. Knowledge Management – the practice of extracting extra value from information, including analysis and reporting 2. Governance - policy, architecture and direction for information and information management 3. Security - confidentiality, integrity and availability of information in line with ISO 27001 and other relevant standards. 4. Information Asset Management - full lifecycle management of information as an asset and classifying and cataloguing it so it can be found and used 5. Information Access and Use - sharing, licensing and use of information so information is easy to find and able to be exploited as widely as possible 6. Record Keeping - ensuring legislative and regulatory requirements are met in the handling of information 7. Data Management - management, and maintenance of the data that underlies information Infrastructure management- refers to the hardware and software that supports IT processes in your organization. It includes networking and storage device, multi-tier applications, and file repositories and depots for software distribution, and components of the management framework. : Infrastructure management- refers to the hardware and software that supports IT processes in your organization. It includes networking and storage device, multi-tier applications, and file repositories and depots for software distribution, and components of the management framework. Monitoring- the regular of on going production system against defined threshold to check that the system is operating correctly. Network Management- a network is a group of interconnected computers, including the hardware and software used to connect them. You can use tivoli provisioning manager to: * manage switches and router and firewall capability supported by the switch. *manage load balancerand configure load balancers as routers. *Configure virtual LANs (VLANs) and subnetworks. : Network Management- a network is a group of interconnected computers, including the hardware and software used to connect them. You can use tivoli provisioning manager to: * manage switches and router and firewall capability supported by the switch. * manage load balancerand configure load balancers as routers. * Configure virtual LANs (VLANs) and subnetworks . Remote administration - tivoli provisioning manager provide support for some technologiesthat use out- of- band access to remote devicesproviding an alternate path to in banb network management. Technologies include power units and outlets, terminal servers and blade srevers . File repositories- is a computer that you use to centrally store software, images, scripts, application data and other files that you want to install or run on managed computer.: File repositories- is a computer that you use to centrally store software, images, scripts , application data and other files that you want to install or run on managed computer. Storage Provisioning- requirements for storage by computer and applications undergo constant change to help storage administrators respond to storage needs. Storage provisioning includes allocations of storage to new computers PowerPoint Presentation: Scalable distribution infrastructure the scalable software distribution infrastructure enables the management of large number of target computersin a variety of topologies . Agent Manager- supports the following service oriented architecture runtimes . webSphere Application Server-products provide a highly available, reliable and scalable application environment. You can run the agent manager in its own application server or in an application server shared with other products. Lightweight runtime- provides a standard based low overhead way to run the agent manager. The agent manager has the following parts: = Agent manager server =Registry = Agent recovery service: The agent manager has the following parts: = Agent manager server =Registry = Agent recovery service Agent manager server- is the computer system where the agent manager service and the agent recovery service run. The Registry- is a database that contains the current configuration of all known agent and resource manager.

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