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What is capacity management ITIL?
Also know, what is the purpose of capacity management process?
The main purpose of capacity management is to make sure that the capacity of the IT services and infrastructure is able to meet the agreed upon requirements of capacity and performance in a manner which is both timely and cost-effective.
Subsequently, question is, which of the following is a subprocess of capacity management ITIL? Key Takeaway: The three sub-processes of Capacity Management are Business Capacity Management (ensures capacity meets future business needs), Service Capacity Management (manages on-going service delivery per SLAs), and Component Capacity Management (manages the individual components of the IT infrastructure.
Also asked, what are the three sub processes of capacity management?
ITIL version 3 views capacity management as comprising three sub-processes: business capacity management, service capacity management, and component capacity management (known as resource capacity management in ITIL version 2).
What is capacity and availability management?
“Capacity management” is focused on how best to provide resources to meet service requirements. “Availability management” is focused on delivering a sustained level of availability to meet service requirements. Capacity management provides the means for achieving sustained availability to meet service requirements.