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ITIL Service Capability Operational Support and Analysis: ITILSC-OSA

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Exam Name: ITIL Service Capability Operational Support and Analysis

Exam Code: ITILSC-OSA

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Last Updated: Sep 28, 2022

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Questions 1

Scenario

Vericom is a leading provider of government, business and consumertelecommunication services, and is currently seeking ways in which toimprove its utilization of IT services to drive growth across its' multiplelines of business. One of the

largest organizations in the UnitedKingdom, Vericom is comprised of the following business units:

Verinet (providing ADSL, cable, 3GSM, dialup and satelliteservices) Infrastructure Services (planning, installing and maintainingthe PSTN and mobile network infrastructure)

VericomTV (Pay TV)

Consumer Sales and Marketing (including 400 Vericom retailoutlets) Business and Government

Finance and Administration

Information Technology Services (Shared Service Unit,however some business units also have their own internalservice provider) Human Resources

Vericom Wholesale (for wholesale of Vericom infrastructureservices)

Due to the extensive scope of infrastructure deployed and largeemployee and customer base, Vericom continues to rely on legacysystems for some critical IT services; however this is seen asabarrier to future organizational growth and

scalability of servicesoffered. The CIO of Vericom has also raised the concern that whileimprovements to the technology utilized is important, this also needsto be supported by quality IT Service Management practicesemployed by the various

IT departments.

The project of improving the IT Service Management practicesemployed by Vericom has been outsourced to external consultantswho are aware of the major IT refresh that is going to be occurringover the next 24 months.

Refer to the scenario.

As part of the major refresh of IT systems, it has been agreed that theexisting ITIL processes of Incident and Problem Management are notperforming adequately. Recent surveys indicate that:

A high percentage of incidents are being escalated tosecond linesupport staff There is inconsistency in the knowledge captured fordiagnosing and resolving incidents and problems

Problem Management is predominantly reactive and typicallyonly executed when a large volume of incidents are identifiedto be of a common root cause There is little handover of knowledge (including documentationof Known Errors) for

many releases deployed, creatingsignificant workloads for the support groups in the weeksfollowing deployment.

Which of the following responses BEST represents the way in whichyou would seek to improve the situation?

A. You understand the need to review current practices, soyou compare current practices against those described inthe ITIL volume of Service Operation. You perform a gapanalysis, and realize most of the issues relate toinadequate knowledge capture and sharing. You focus onimproving this by: Reviewing the tools and systems used, and develop abusiness case for acquiring new Knowledge ManagementSoftware to be used by the IT division. Creating rules for the escalation of incident and problemsso that higher level support groups are not overloaded Improving the level of documentation and knowledgecapture by running incentive programs rewarding staff forthe number of contributions made to the knowledgebase Conducting training on how to use the refreshed Incidentand Problem Management processes. Developing performance metrics to be reviewed forIncident and Problem Management

B. You communicate the need to review the situation, invitingvarious stakeholders from the IT departments and otherbusiness units to discuss the issues at hand. Your mainconcern is the lack of communication between various ITgroups, so to improve this you focus on: Improving the Release Policy to be adhered to by thevarious Release and Deployment teams, stating thedocumentation and knowledge transfer requirements forthe different types of releases performed. Developing guidelines, procedures and associatedincentives for the capture of knowledge relating toincidents, problems and general service requests. Conducting training and awareness sessions on therequirements for documentation and knowledge capture. Rotating developers and second line staff through theService Desk every three months Develop consistency in the Early Life Support provided bydesign/specialist staff for major releases Improving the interfaces between Incident and Problem Management, particularly those around escalation andproblem detection. Scheduling regular Proactive Problem Managementreviews, which will look at trends in incidents andproblems, and to identify vulnerable infrastructurecomponents. Developing metrics that will be used to evaluate the valueand performance of the Incident and ProblemManagement processes.

C. You understand the need for compliance to the definedprocesses, as currently many staff do not follow prescribedguidelines and procedures. Your efforts focus on improvingcompliance to the Incident and Problem Managementprocesses by: Auditing the processes, seeking where exceptions todefined procedures occur Running awareness sessions to communicate the valueand importance of the processes in place Modifying existing systems and tools so that improvecompliance to existing processes Evaluating which groups are underperforming to identifyany training that needs to occur

D. You communicate the need to understand more about thecurrent issues, so you invite the Service Desk, Incident,Problem and Release and Deployment managers to a meetingto review the situation. Your main concern is the lack ofdocumentation and knowledge being recorded by various ITgroups, so to improve this you focus on: Defining the requirements for knowledge capture andtransfer (including Known Errors) so that allcommunication is improved Improving the tools and systems used for by the variousgroups for knowledge capture and transfer Creating rules for the escalation of incident and problemsso that higher level support groups are not overloaded Develop consistency in the Early Life Support provided bydesign/specialist staff for major releases Assigning responsibility to the lead infrastructure architectto oversee Proactive Problem Management. Conducting training on how to use the refreshed Incidentand Problem Management processes. Rotating Service Desk staff through higher level supportteams every three months Developing performance metrics to be reviewed forIncident and Problem Management

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Questions 2

What is the difference between a Known Error and a Problem?

A. The underlying cause of a Known Error is known. The underlying cause of a Problem is not known

B. A Known Error involves an error in the IT infrastructure, A

C. Problem does not involve such an error.

D. A Known Error always originates from an Incident. This is not always the case with a Problem

E. With a Problem, the relevant Configuration Items have been identified. This is not the case with a Known Error.

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Questions 3

Scenario

Vision Media is an international media organization, operating variouslines of business including:

Film Production Television (production and delivery of their own channel in the United States VisionOne) Print media (including newspapers in 15 countries) Online Advertising

The organization has recently been restructured, and now iscomprised of the following companies and departments:

Vision Films (production of movies and television shows) VisionOne (television channel) VisionNews (coordinates all of the sub-companies involved in the delivery of printed newspapers, as well as being the centralized source of news information for all company owned media outlets) VisionNet (managing the online and internet businesses) Legal Services Finance and Administration Human Resources Information Technology

The organization is also actively pursuing growth in the online market,and is currently holding discussions with the leading online newsprovider about the possible acquisition of their company. This wouldincrease the overall size of Vision Media by around 15%.

The Information Technology department acts as a Shared ServiceUnit, providing IT Services to all of sub-companies and departments,which complement some of the Internal Service Providers that alsoexist. The director of Information Technology has realized the need toimprove the quality of services offered by implementing ITIL, and hasdecided to do so using a phased approach. Some of the ServiceDesign and Service Transition processes have already beenimplemented, and they are now planning the implementation ofService Operation.

While the IT director does have tentative support from the otherdirectors and CEO, budgets for implementing the Service Operationprocesses have not been finalized, and still require a business caseto be formally submitted.

Refer to the exhibit.

Sally Robbins, who had previously managed the IT department'sService Desk, has now been assigned the role of Incident Manager.To assist in the implementation of the process, Sally has conducted anumber of meetings with IT staff, customers, external suppliers andother relevant stakeholders to identify their requirements. Based onthese discussions, Sally has created following impact definitions,which will be used in conjunction to the given urgency to determinethe appropriate timescales and effort applied for response andresolution to recorded incidents.

Impact Definition:

Low Impact

Affects a single user, preventing them from performingnormal work functions A single, non-critical device or peripheral is unavailable

Medium Impact

Multiple users are affected, preventing them fromperforming normal work functions A regular business function is unavailable to part of aor organizational unit department

High Impact

A vital business function is unavailable to an entiredepartment or company owned organization

Major Incident

A vital business function is unavailable to all Vision Media departments and company owned organizations

Example Incidents:

I. The IT manager of Vision Films detects that their dedicatedVirtual Private Network linking them to Vision Media'scorporate IT systems has failed. This has prevented usersfrom accessing or modifying any file, document or systemmaintained by the centralized IT department of Vision Media.

II. The vice-president of the Finance and Administrationdepartment reports that her laptop keeps rebooting. She hasan important report to complete for the Chief ExecutiveOfficer.

III. The president of Vision TV is unable to stream high-definitionvideo from a regional office. He requires the regional office'sWAN connection to be upgraded to a 14.4 M/bit wirelessmobile network.

IV. A IT staff member is alerted to the failure of systems providedby Human Resources to all other departments and subcompaniesto manage payments and leave for Vision Mediaemployees (and those employed by organizations fully ownedby Vision Media)

Which of the following responses provides the correct assignment ofimpact to the above incidents?

A. High Impact

II. Medium Impact

III. Not an incident, should be a Request for Change

IV. Major Incident

B. High Impact

II. Low Impact

III. Not an incident, should be a Request for Change

IV. Major Incident

C. Major Incident

II. Medium Impact

III. High Impact

IV. Major Incident

D. High Impact

II. Low Impact

III. Medium Impact

IV. Major Incident

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