TrueSight Gateway Server ETL module
The ETL modules include features such as multiple lookup. To better leverage these features, navigate to Administration > Gateway Manager > Gateway Servers and register Gateway Servers. For more information, see Adding, removing, and inspecting Gateway Server details.
Supported data source version
Data source versions in Limited Support
Gateway Server 10.7, 10.5, 10.3
Gateway Server 10.0
Standalone for system.
AIX Logical partitioning divides a computer's hardware resources into multiple environments (partitions) that can each run an independent and isolated OS. Partitions can communicate with each other as if they were separate computers. Resources assigned to a particular partition are dedicated to that partition only, and cannot be used for any other purpose. An LPAR must have at least one dedicated CPU, 1GB memory, and one I/O adapter. LPARs are static; to change the resources assigned to a running LPAR, the OS of that LPAR (and that of any other affected LPAR) must be rebooted.
AIX Workload partitioning uses software partitions created from, and sharing the resources of, a single instance of the AIX OS. Workload partitions are secure, isolated, virtual environments that appear to both users and applications, as dedicated AIX instances. WPAR is a purely software partitioning solution, as opposed to the physical resource partitioning of LPAR, DLPAR, and SPLPAR. WPARs can be created within LPARs. WPARs are flexible; resources are shared with the global AIX system in which they reside, and they are lightweight and quicker to install than LPARs.
Solaris Logical Domain (LDOM) virtualization enables you to allocate system resources, such as memory, CPU, storage or devices into logical groups to create multiple virtual machine instances. Each virtual machine has and can use its own operating system, its own resources and also be identified as a single stand-alone unit within the Solaris system domain.
The Solaris Dynamic System Domains (DSD) provides an overview of available DSDs in the Solaris DSD virtualization environment, including details about CPU and memory utilization, dedicated processors.
HP Integrity Virtual Machine (HP IVM) is an extension of HP's existing partitioning continuum that combines the benefits of HP-UX Virtual Partitions (vPars) and HP Process Resource Manager (PRM).
Xen virtualization software is based on paravirtualization technology – available for the Linux kernel. In a virtual data center framework, the following components need to be virtualized:
The HP nPar View tab provides an overview of available nPars in the HP nPar virtualization environment, including details about CPU and memory utilization, and dedicated processors.
The vCenter Proxy Agent component was dropped in version 10.3 because a better integration option to vCenter is provided by the connector to vCenter, both in terms of scalability and impact on vCenter infrastructure. For more information, see Deprecated and dropped features and components.
For metric mapping details, see BMC - TrueSight Capacity Optimization Gateway VIS files parser.