This IBM Redpaper provides detailed how-to instructions for creating a virtualized environment for the provisioning of 3-tiered composite applications using IBM Tivoli Provisioning Manager V3.1 with the help of a 13-step walk through of the activities required to reach your goal.
In addition, descriptions of the Tivoli Provisioning Manager V3.1 software model is provided.
This material is intended for IT professionals who specialize in deployment of systems, middleware, and application software to support on-demand production environments. A basic understanding of networking, clustering techniques, and the functions and features of Tivoli Provisioning Manager V3.1 will greatly increase the benefits of studying this material.
This IBM Redpaper is based on material that was originally developed for a instructor-led workshop. However, it is the hope of the IBM International Technical Support Organization that publishing the material to a wider audience will be helpful and provide guidance on the functions and use of Tivoli Provisioning Manager V3.1, despite the workshop environment not being available.
Table of contents
Chapter 1. Exercise 1: Introducing IBM Tivoli Intelligent Orchestrator V3.1
Chapter 2. Exercise 2: Preparing the environment
Chapter 3. Exercise 3: Discovering and configuring the data center infrastructure
Chapter 4. Exercise 4: Configuring the SWU networking environment
Chapter 5. Exercise 5: Configuring the SWU provisioning infrastructure
Chapter 6. Exercise 6: Preparing the software-related objects for the Pristine systems
Chapter 7. Exercise 7: Creating virtual servers
Chapter 8. Exercise 8: Defining the composite application infrastructure environment
Chapter 9. Exercise 9: Defining the composite application software
Chapter 10. Exercise 10: Defining the composite application load balancer and the virtual IP
Chapter 11. Exercise 11: Defining the SWU composite application production environment
Chapter 12. Exercise 12: Defining the cluster domain for the Web layer
Chapter 13. Exercise 13: Deploying the composite application
Appendix A. Additional material