Re: Unable to integrate RTSM <- uCMDB (226 Views)
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tritsako
Posts: 32
Registered: ‎11-14-2012
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Unable to integrate RTSM <- uCMDB

Hello to BSM and UCMDB experts,

 

I have installed in my virtual environment, BSM 9.22 (Distributed) and uCMDB 10 applications.

 

I do not have much of experience on integrations, and it will be very helpful if I could have some help on creating the integration from uCMDB to RTSM (topology population). I have read RTSM best practices and Dataflow management guides, but I am mixed up resulting to unsuccessful tries for integration.

 

Could I have please, some guideline steps on how to do this, or more clear documentation?

 

Thank you.

Costas

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tibornad
Posts: 870
Registered: ‎06-03-2008
Message 2 of 3 (226 Views)

Re: Unable to integrate RTSM <- uCMDB

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Hello

 

In a nutshell:

 

1. Install a probe

2. Connect the probe to BSM/RTSM

3. Deploy the integration package to the uCMDB

4. Create an integration point in RTSM Integration Studio

 

Where are you struggling?

 

Look at the online help from the Integration Studio UI. it will list you the steps in more details.

 

 

EDIT: here is the complete path from the online help:

 

Data Flow Management > Performing Integration > Integrating Multiple CMDBs > Set Up Integrations between CMS and BSM

 

there you can find all the required step from the point on when you have successfully connected a probe to the BSM environment.

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AsiGarty
Posts: 22
Registered: ‎02-20-2011
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Re: Unable to integrate RTSM <- uCMDB

Hi,

One more comment: it is advised to create your own integration TQL instead of deploying the OOTB package (as described in step 3 above)
this will allow you to control your sync and prevent from overpopulating RTSM with unneeded topology.

Here is the direct link to our most recent RTSM BPs guide:
http://support.openview.hp.com/selfsolve/document/KM00682650/binary/BSM_923_RTSM_BP.pdf?searchIdenti...
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BSM APM R&D, HP Software
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