Business services are the activities that help a firm operate but do not result in the production of a tangible product. They can be grouped into several categories, including information technology (IT), financial, procurement, human resources and administrative, and other operational services.
Companies rely on business services to help them complete tasks that may require expertise or equipment that they do not have internally. For example, a company that needs to renovate its headquarters may hire construction crews to get the job done rather than hiring internal employees.
In the IT industry, business services include a wide range of activities from data center operations to IT software solutions. These business services support the infrastructure and productivity of a company, so companies can focus on their core competencies. Many jobs in the business service sector can be performed remotely, so workers can work from home or another location with a reliable internet connection.
The Business Services view in TrueSight displays a consolidated summary of all business services in your infrastructure. The overview panel and charts on this page give you an at-a-glance view of the health and status of your business services. You can also drill down to view business services, applications and service pools in more detail and analyze capacity at the business service level.
You can filter business services by domain and tag to narrow down the list of business services displayed on the overview panel. You can also select a specific business service to view the chart and details for that business service. The Business Services view in TrueSight uses utilization charts to provide you with an at-a-glance comparison of CPU, memory and storage usage across your business services. You can use these charts to identify which business services are at risk of saturation or have already saturated and see trends in utilization over time.
These charts display the average utilization over a selected time period, the number of available slots in the pool, and the percent of slots in use at any given moment. You can also drill down to view the individual servers in a service pool and their utilization in more detail.
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