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- n. A specialized area in the field of Configuration Management that focuses on the visibility and control of an IT Environment’s configuration and bill-of-material at the most granular level. IT managers can leverage this strategy to reach the next level of automation and efficiency for their Physical, Virtual or Cloud-based IT environments, and finally close the gap that is responsible for major stability incidents. The application of granular configuration automation empowers IT managers to operate based on complete knowledge of the IT environments that they manage. This knowledge is collected from the granular level of IT environment data, and is collected from any source.
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