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Universal Data Model (UDM) Overview

The Universal Data model (UDM), provides the information model that enables Software products to integrate using a common language. The UDM provides the vocabulary in the form of CI types and the relationships between them, and their attributes. This vocabulary and the artifacts derived from it are used to enable integrations in an enterprise environment, to enable faster design and deployment, and to facilitate ease of maintenance and integration evolution. The UDM is applied to many management products and solutions, including Universal CMDB and its integrations.

You can generate the UCMDB CI Types and Relationships Information PDF, which provides information on specific CI Types and Relationships in the UDM. For details, see Export Selected CITs to PDF Dialog Box. You can also access the UCMDB Class Model Reference by selecting Help > UCMDB Class Model.

A more detailed UCMDB Class Model specific to Content Pack 26.00 running on UCMDB 11.0 is accessible from the Content Pack documentation (Help > Discovery and Integrations Content Help > Develop > Universal Data Model (UDM)):

  • To access the UCMDB Data Model spreadsheet, click here.
  • To access the HTML version of the UCMDB Data Model, click here.

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