Integrating Tivoli Products

An IBM Redbooks publication

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Published on 10 December 2009, updated 02 November 2010

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ISBN-10: 0738433586
ISBN-13: 9780738433585
IBM Form #: SG24-7757-00


Authors: Budi Darmawan, Andre Jenie, Christina L Grimes, Christopher Frost, Giorgio Sommariva, Guilherme Steinberger Elias, Hossam A Katory, Hyun Kuk Moon, Jim Popovitch, Karim Badr, Marco Celon, Piotr A Boetzel, Rodrigo Carvalho Giometti and Roger Turner

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    Abstract

    This IBM® Redbooks® publication attempts to provide a broad view of how Tivoli® system management products work together for use in several common scenarios. Seamless integration must be achieved for operation personnel to work with the solution. This integration is necessary to ensure that the product can be used easily by the user. Product integration contains multiple dimensions. We evaluate the implementation of the following areas:

    - Security integration provides authentication to users from a single repository and a single login to multiple applications.

    - Navigation integration allows multiple management applications to work with each other so that users can get more information across multiple applications.

    - Data integration allows the exchange of resource or object information between solutions to allow the context to be established

    seamlessly.

    - Task integration permits one product to use and invoke a facility of another product.

    We discuss both the implementation and also provide sample scenarios of how these integrations work. We based the scenarios on common real-life examples that IT operations often experience.

    Finally, we also include additional information about topics, such as agent management, reporting, and product adoption routes.

    Table of Contents

    Part 1. Introduction

    Chapter 1. Integration overview

    Chapter 2. Integration scenarios

    Part 2. Implementation

    Chapter 3. Product installation overview

    Chapter 4. Security integration

    Chapter 5. Data integration

    Chapter 6. Navigation integration

    Chapter 7. Self monitoring and management

    Part 3. Scenario walk-through

    Chapter 8. Operational drill down

    Chapter 9. Automated application management scenario

    Chapter 10. Executive IBM Tivoli Business Service Manager scenario

    Chapter 11. Change and release management scenario

     

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