Application Dependency Mapping (ADM)

Category

Live Virtual

This half-day course is designed to introduce the concepts and practice of ADM, which is essential for modern data centers and Zero Trust Security. Building on BTA’s proven history of data center expertise, this course provides real-world guidelines for ADM. The student will understand ADM, and be ready to map their own applications.

Objective

After the course attendees will be able to:

      • Understand Application Dependency Mapping

      • Describe what’s missing from typical ADM engagements

      • Gather and analyze the appropriate resources for ADM

      • Use the ADM process to map their own applications

 

Target Audience

            • Network Engineers

            • Systems Engineers

            • Solution Architects

            • Systems Integrators

            • Application Owners

            • Data Center & Cloud Infrastructure Engineers

            • Network Engineers

            • DevOps Teams

 

Duration

One half-day

 

Delivery

Instructor Led Training

 

Course Type

• Lecture + Hands-on Lab

• In-Person Delivery

• Live via WebEx

 

Course Outline

Introduction to Application Dependency Mapping (ADM)

What is ADM? Why is it important? And what to most ADM exercises miss?

Application Overview

At its most basic, what is an application? How can we define application communications?

ADM Process

A three-phase process that results in a complete application dependency map.

ADM Inputs

Documentation: What is or should be available? Where do we find it?

Tools: Which tools are used when? What are the decision criteria, and capabilities, of different tools?

People: Who knows what? Whom should we talk to, and when?

ADM Outputs

Documentation

Recommendations

Rationale

ADM Lab Exercise

Implementing the processes & tools discussed to map out a real application

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