EXIN Application Management Foundation with Reference to ASL Certification Training

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ASL is the key to application administration and management. The framework of the Application Services Library includes the processes and activities that come into play in application management.

New releases of software are being rolled out at ever increasing frequencies which mean that application management becomes more and more important. Participants can use the EXIN Application Management Foundation with reference to ASL certificate to prove that they are familiar with the conceptual framework, processes, and activities of application management.

Exam Duration: 60 minutes

Number of questions: 40

Pass mark: 65%

Open book/notes: no

Electronic equipment permitted: Yes

IT managers who want to professionalize the application management in their organization and wish to offer internal customers impeccable performance and good service. Streamlined application management is an essential prerequisite for the continuity of an organization’s systems.

There is no pre-requisite to attend the ASL exam.

EXIN BCS Foundation Certificate in Commercial Awareness course covers as follows:

Module 1: The context of Application Management

1.1 The position of Application Management

1.2 The process-based approach to the business organization

1.3 The relationship between Application Management and standards, frameworks, and methodologies relating to the field

Module 2: The Application Management processes

2.1 Content of the Application Management processes

 2.2 Objectives and results

 2.3 Activities

 2.4 The structure and context of the Application Management processes

Module 3: The use of Application Management

3.1 Application Management messages

3.2 Implementing Application Management

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