Optimize your Company asset management

Integrate them on a unique data repository and analize, control and administrate the resources on their life cycle.

With Aranda Configuration Management Data Base (CMDB) get to know all the characteristics of your company’s asset (location, vendor data, contracts, invoices), keep information updated and classified, establish conditions and relationships between registered assets, Its responsible components and users, generates a periodic maintenance of its resources and defines the depreciation variables of this resources.

 Aranda CMDB allows you to store all the information of the infrastructure configuration elements of your company (hardware, software, documentation) in a single data repository, which will be reflected in cost reduction, greater efficiency and improvement in the levels of Service with respect to its resources, while helping to determine the total cost of your property taking into account variables of purchase, guarantee, use and maintenance of your assets.

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Special features

Best IT Practices:

The Configuration Management Database CMDB, is ITIL Certified by PinkElephant for 12 processes and manages the Configuration Management process, thanks to the integration with Aranda Service Desk, is ITIL Compatible.

Unified Authentication:

The integration of Aranda’s authentication systems with LDAP (Active Directory) offers the user a secure and unified authentication service for access to the Service Desk.

Web Service:

Use a fast and secure integration between platforms and different programs.

Licensing Schemes:

There are two types of licensing to use the CMDB:

CIs: Aranda CMDB can be licensed for each configuration Item.
Concurrent: This scheme is administered by the availability of licenses purchased and the specialists access to the application, It depends on the release of each license for a new entry.
Named: This scheme provides a personalized and unique license with the basic data of the specialist that will enter into the console at any time.

  • Management of IT components and other technological assets.
  • Improved planning of expenses and budgets.
  • Management of the continuity of IT services.
  • Up-to-date information on IT resources.
  • Updated information on Total Cost of Ownership (TCO).
  • Contract administration.
  • Recognize what assets and suppliers are governed by a contract.
  • Unique asset repository data point.
  • Knowledge of the cost of your company’s technological infrastructure.
  • Database of organized asset maintenance orders.
  • Know the real state of the assets, where they are and who owns them.
  • Classify the assets by cost centers, branches, business units, among others.
  • Updated and actual information that can be used for decision making.

TCO Knowledge (Standard & Enterprise Edition): Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) is a calculation method designed to help users and business managers to determine the direct and indirect costs as well as the benefits related to the purchase of computer equipment or software. This tool offers a final summary that reflects not only the cost of the purchase, but also aspects of the use and maintenance. This includes training for support personnel and for users, the cost of operation, and the necessary equipment or consulting work. This will make it easier for you to make a management and / or budget balance for each department or area of ​​the company and thus, efficiently evaluate the use and inventory of existing assets.

Enterprise Edition: Manage and control the financial information of your organization’s configuration items (CIs) (sobra la s de organization’s), audit asset depreciation, or learn about features such as purchase price, invoice-to-contract relationships, Costs, location and corresponding guarantees. For each asset, you can have a record of existence and respective version, as well as its history.

Profiles (Enterprise Edition): Get to know the assets associated with each profile and determine the total costs for each resource, facilitating budget projection and streamlining processes to evaluate expenses by charge.

Cost Management (Standard & Enterprise Edition): Implement a practical tool for planning expenses, budgets and projections through cost management through the generation of reports classified by cost centers, branches, business units, suppliers, departments, among others.

  • Enterprise Edition: Develop an annual, monthly, or weekly maintenance plan for your assets and store a history of the procedures performed by each asset. This facilitates the prompt attention and solution of a maintenance order, depending on the urgency of the same.
  • Contract management (Enterprise Edition): Manage the information of your contracts by associating each registered asset, allocating cost centers, defining IC maintenance plans and generating alarms by expiration, allowing to know and distribute the total cost of resources in the Areas of the organization.
  • CIs Relationships: Create relationships between the elements of configuration graphically, in order to have a global perspective of the resource as such and to carry out balances of management of the infrastructure.
  • Catalog of Services: Establish a catalog of services according to your needs, associating elements of configuration of your infrastructure, agreements and levels of service, users and companies, groups of specialists, responsibilities, among others.
System requirements

At the console
The hardware and software requirements for the AAM Server depend mainly on the number of stations to be inventoried. The minimum conditions for installation are given below. However, these characteristics may be higher than those indicated.

In the client

Processor Intel Core 2.6 Ghz
Operating System Microsoft Windows 2003 Server or higher. 32 and 64 bits. Internet Information Services 6.0 or higher Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0

Proportion CIs vs. Storage

No. of Stations  1 a 50.000 50,001 and above
Hard Drive 3 GB 5 GB
Memory 2 GB* 3 GB

* Initially only requires 2 GB of memory, but keep in mind that for every 50,000 ICs it is necessary to have an additional 1 GB.

On the server

Processor Intel Xeon 3 Ghz or higher
Memory 2 GB
Operating System Microsoft Windows 2003 Server or higher. 32 and 64 bits. Internet Information Services 6.0 or higher Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0
Free space in DD 2 GB

Database server

Processor Intel Xeon Processor or similar
Memory* 2 GB RAM and 1 GB additional per 30 connections to the database
Operating System Microsoft Windows 2003 Server or higher
Other CD-ROMs or access to one over the network

Proportion CIs vs. Storage

No. de CI  1 a 50.000 50,001 thereafter ***
Database Engine* SQL Express Advanced 2005 or higher, Oracle XE Oracle 10g or higher, MS SQL 2005 or 2008
DD  2 GB** 5 GB
No. Memory Consoles  1-30 Memoria -> 1GB 30-60 Memoria -> 1,5 GB


* Initially it’s necessary to have 2GB memory, but keep in mind that for every 30 consoles connected to the DB requires an additional 1GB.
** For every 50,000 ICs, an additional 2GB hard drive is required.
*** For 50,000 CIs onwards, it is necessary to have business versions of Database Engine.

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Complement the CMDB functionalities, acquiring different solutions of Aranda that facilitates the resources management.

Allows management of the configuration elements of the CMDB, achieving an automatic inventory solution of hardware resources, software and control of licensing by workstation.
Our service desk solution allows to manage and responde to service calls, incidents and problems, changes reducing support costs, integrating with CMDB and allowing to know the support required of each of the CIs during their life cycle
Integration with Aranda Dashboard (ADSB), gaining access to a graphical interface to visualize the indicators of the state of the IT assets (CI's) and their life cycle.

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