Implementation phases for Infrastructure Management
BMC Software recommends that you follow these high-level implementation phases for a new deployment. You must also deploy TrueSight Operations Management. For planning information, see Implementation phases for Operations Management.
If you are new to TrueSight Infrastructure Management, review , , and to get an understanding of the components and capabilities of the system.
|Plan and design|
Follow the planning process and complete the planning worksheets as you size and make decisions regarding the physical architecture, system setup, scalability, and integrations.
You can deploy TrueSight Infrastructure Management to collect performance data, collect external events, manage service models, or any combination of these functions.
|Planning considerations and worksheets for Infrastructure Management|
Install the TrueSight Infrastructure Management system components and configure
Install the TrueSight Infrastructure Management servers, database, and consoles to support your deployment plans, and configure those components for operation and performance.
|Installing Infrastructure Management and components.|
|Install integrations and configure||Install the integrations that will be required to support the use cases that you plan to implement, such as service impact models.|
Install event management and performance data sources and configure
Follow the process for installing monitors for collecting performance data and events for devices that you want to monitor. This process includes the following steps:
|(Optional) Define service models to monitor services|
Follow the steps for defining services models if you want to enable business service monitoring, probable cause analysis, and intelligent incident generation.
Secure the system and roll out
On the TrueSight Presentation Server, secure the system components, set up user accounts, and grant users access to the system functions and data.
On an ongoing basis, back up the system. For information, see the following topics: