Tivoli Integration Scenarios
An IBM Redbooks publication
Note: This is publication is now archived. For reference only.
Published on January 11, 2011
IBM Form #: SG24-7878-01
Authors: Redbooks Tivoli Integration Scenarios Team IBM, Andre Ricardo Cavalcanti de Araujo, Antonio Orlando Neto, Ayron Dal Pont, Bill J Layne, Bruno Caiado Paranhos Carneiro, Bruno Nogueira Costa, Carlos Alexandre Salgado Penante, Carlos Felipe Franca da Fonseca, Carolina Escribano Sanchez, Datta S Khot, David Kwock, David Stephenson, Diogo Tadeu Silva de Araujo, Douglas Barranqueiros Gomes, Eravimangalath P Naveen, Krishnan Venkitasubramanian, Leucir Marin Junior, Harshini Mariswamy, Johan Raeymaeckers, Marcel Dubiella Ferreira de Oliveira, Marcel Laurenz, Marianne Hardh, Mario Schuerewegen, Miguel Sanders, Murat Kipel, Rishikesh Kumar, Neetha Mangalore, Ozgun Odabasi, Pankaj Pandey, Rafael Risso Moleiro, Sabri Kizanlik, Sandy Cash, Soumyadeep Paul, Tomasz Sekman, Vasfi Gucer and Yatresh K Agarwal
This IBM® Redbooks® publication provides a broad view of how Tivoli® system management products work together in several common scenarios. You must achieve seamless integration for operations personnel to work with the solution. This integration is necessary to ensure that the product can be used easily by the users.
Product integration contains multiple dimensions, such as security, navigation, data and task integrations. Within the context of the scenarios in this book, you see examples of these integrations.
The scenarios implemented in this book are largely based on the input from the integration team, and several clients using IBM products. We based these scenarios on common real-life examples that IT operations often have to deal with. Of course, these scenarios are only a small subset of the possible integration scenarios that can be accomplished by the Tivoli products, but they were chosen to be representative of the integration possibilities using the Tivoli products.
We discuss these implementations and benefits that are realized by these integrations, and also provide sample scenarios of how these integrations work.
This book is a reference guide for IT architects and IT specialists working on integrating Tivoli products in real-life environments.
Part 1. Introduction
Chapter 1. Integration overview
Chapter 2. Integration scenarios
Part 2. Green IT and Energy Management integration scenarios
Chapter 3. Collect, visualize, report on energy and thermal metrics for IT, facilities, property, enterprise assets
Chapter 4. Managing business service energy, and environmental
Chapter 5. Green IT scenario for Asset Management
Chapter 6. Tivoli integration scenario for Virtual Infrastructure
Part 3. Tivoli Integrated Portal integration scenarios
Chapter 7. Operational drill down
Chapter 8. Tivoli reporting integration: IBM Tivoli Monitoring and TADDM
Chapter 9. Tivoli reporting integration: IBM Tivoli Monitoring and IBM Tivoli Service Request Manager
Chapter 10. Protecting Tivoli Integrated Portal with Tivoli Access Manager for e-business
Chapter 11. WebGUI launch to IBM Tivoli Monitoring
Part 4. Cloud computing and Provisioning integration scenarios
Chapter 12. Tivoli Service Automation Manager and Cloud Computing
Chapter 13. Automated Storage Provisioning
Chapter 14. Tivoli Provisioning Manager discovery of TADDM discovered CIs
Chapter 15. Tivoli Provisioning Manager and Tivoli Identity Manager integration
Part 5. IBM Service Management integration scenarios
Chapter 16. Taking automatic actions based on predefined policies
Chapter 17. Asset and CI integration
Chapter 18. IBM Rational Asset Manager and IBM Tivoli Change and Configuration Management Database integration
Chapter 19. Integrating Tivoli Identity Manager and Tivoli Service Request Manager for user and password management
Chapter 20. Employee onboarding
Chapter 21. TADDM L2 discovery using IBM Tivoli Monitoring agents
Chapter 22. Managing business services in an integrated environment
Chapter 23. CCMDB V7.2.1: New launch-in-context technology
Part 6. Client integration scenarios
Chapter 24. Tivoli Workload Scheduler: Architecture and concepts
Chapter 25. Tivoli System Automation for Multiplatforms: Concepts
Chapter 26. Implementing high availability for Tivoli Workload Scheduler master domain controller
Chapter 27. Implementing high availability for Tivoli Workload Scheduler dynamic workload
Appendix A. Additional material