9.1.03: Service Pack 3
This topic provides information about fixes and updates in this service pack and instructions for downloading and installing the service pack.
|Enhancements in Service Pack 3|
This release introduces new REST APIs for reducing hybrid deployment complexity. Also, the Pentaho version is upgraded to 188.8.131.52. For details, see Enhancements.
|Known and corrected issues||For information about issues corrected in this service pack, see Known and corrected issues.|
|Downloading the service pack||For download instructions, see|
|Installing the service pack||For information about installing the Service Pack 3, see|
Service Pack 3 provides the following enhancements:
New REST APIs for BMC Atrium Core
As a part of Digital Enterprise Management initiative, certain Remote Procedure Call (RPC) based APIs are exposed through REST to reduce hybrid deployment complexity. The main objectives for introducing new REST APIs are as follows:
Expose a new set of CMDB Engine APIs through REST that are consumed by third-party applications through RPC.
Make the exposed APIs comply to BMC REST standards.
For more information see, BMC Atrium Core integration with external applications by using REST APIs.
Pentaho upgrade from version 4.1 to version 184.108.40.206
Starting from this release, BMC Atrium Core supports Pentaho version 220.127.116.11. When you upgrade BMC Remedy AR System platform, Pentaho is automatically upgraded to version 18.104.22.168. For new installations of BMC Atrium Core 9.1.03, your Pentaho upgrade is complete only after the Atrium Integration installation is completed. For more information about developing and updating plugins for Pentaho, see the
If you developed any custom plugins for Pentaho, you must update them to comply with the Pentaho 6.0 plugins structure. For more information on how to launch Pentaho from BMC Atrium Core, see Launching Atrium Integrator Spoon from Atrium Integrator. For a list of the BMC certified plugins for Pentaho, see Certified plugins for Pentaho.
Additional Remote Procedure Call program numbers for BMC Atrium Core
Additional RPC program numbers are added to support the Normalization Engine. For more information, see Configuring ports for BMC Atrium core using RPC program numbers.
New BMC_CloudInstance class for cloud discovery
A new class, BMC_CloudInstance, is added with BMC_BaseElement class as its parent class to support cloud discovery. This class represents the internal or external services consumed by cloud providers, for example, Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure (Azure). You can represent these services in your infrastructure and service model by using the BMC_CloudInstance class. For more information, see BMC Atrium CMDB 9.1.03 Common Data Model diagram.