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ITIL methodologies for best practice can be arranged into five core materials. The intention of these guides is for companies to be able to deliver appropriate IT services while making sure business targets are being met.
These core publications create the ITIL Service Lifestyle courses. It begins with the recognition of customer needs and drivers of IT requirements, through to design and application of the service into operation and finally, the observing and development phase.
These publications are as followed:
ITIL Service Strategy
ITIL Service Design
ITIL Service Transition
ITIL Service Operation
ITIL Continual Service Improvement
Each of these five publications links together to form the entire ITIL IT Service Lifecycle, spanning from the beginning of the design of services to their implementation, and the improvement of subsequent versions. Within each of these stages is a number of subprocesses which provide recommendations of which activities should be a carried out and what should be measured to provide a successful outcome.
Service Strategy, as its name suggests, focuses on constructing a strategy to meet customer needs. This is the stage at which an organisation must decide which services it will offer in order to meet business objectives. The main processes are:
Strategy Management for IT Services
Service Portfolio Management
Financial for IT Services
Business Relationship Management
Service Design focuses on the design of new services and improvements to existing ones. The main processes of this stage are:
Service Catalogue Management
Service Level Management
IT Service Continuity Management
Information Security Management
Service Transition focuses on the building and deploying of IT services and ensuring changes to existing services are carried out in a controlled way. This includes these processes:
Project Management (Transition Planning and Support)
Release and Deployment Management
Service Validation and Testing
Service Asset and Configuration Management
Service Operation focuses on IT service delivery, ensuring services are delivered effectively, on time and are available when needed with little or no downtime. The main processes of this stage are:
IT Operations Control
Continual Service Improvement
Continual Service Management looks at existing services from a quality management perspective to determine how processes can be improved by learning from past experiences. The main processes of this stage are:
Definition of CSI Initiatives
Monitoring of CSI Initiatives