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Tivoli Software

Tivoli Software
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Tivoli Software is a brand within IBM's Cloud & Smarter Infrastructure division.[1] Prior to being acquired by IBM in 1996, Tivoli Systems, Inc. was as an independent software vendor which developed and sold "systems management" software and services.[2] Since the acquisition, the software portfolio has grown through development and acquisition.[3]

According to IT analyst research firm Gartner, Inc., IBM currently owns the largest share of the "IT Operations Management" software market, with an 18% market share.[4] IBM is also the leading provider of Enterprise Asset Management software, for the 7th consecutive year, according to ARC Advisory Group, a leading research analyst firm for industry and infrastructure.[5]

Service management segments for which IBM offers software and services include the following:[6]

List of IBM Tivoli products

References

  1. ^ Bye-Bye Tivoli, Welcome Cloud and Smarter Infrastructure: A New Brand in IBM, Jeremy Geelan http://virtualization.sys-con.com/node/2635762
  2. ^ I.B.M. to Pay $743 Million For Developer Of Software, New York Times http://www.nytimes.com/1996/02/01/business/ibm-to-pay-743-million-for-developer-of-software.html
  3. ^ I love the smell of acquisitions in the morning: BMC Gets BladeLogic, Judith Hurwitz http://judithbalancingact.com/2008/03/18/i-love-the-smell-of-acquisitions-in-the-morning-bmc-gets-bladelogic/
  4. ^ Gartner Says IT Operations and Management Software Market Grew 4.8 Percent in 2012, Gartner, Inc. http://www.gartner.com/newsroom/id/2490215
  5. ^ IBM Maximo is the number one EAM solution, Helen Hayden http://www.bpdzenith.com/news/maximo-eam/
  6. ^ IBM Cloud & Smarter Infrastructure http://www-01.ibm.com/software/tivoli/

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