Onboarding and implementing
BMC Helix AIOps helps your organization to monitor system health, reduce event noise, perform root cause isolation for impacted services, and boost remediation opportunities. It leverages machine learning and the automation analytics of your integrated environments. After your subscription is activated, the tenant administrator performs the following tasks:
When your account is created, you receive a URL and the credentials to log in to BMC Helix Portal.
Configure your identity provider to set up more users and user groups, and assign specific permissions to them. User management functions are performed in BMC Helix Portal.
(Optional) Depending on your requirements to monitor services and situations from third-party product in BMC Helix AIOps, configure BMC and third-party integrations by using BMC Helix Intelligent Integrations or BMC Helix Developer Tools to ingest events and topology data.
(Optional) Create notifications to send messages or cards to operators in Microsoft Teams, who can cross-launch into BMC Helix AIOps directly from Microsoft Teams.
|Enabling notifications in Microsoft Teams|
Enable AIOps features to monitor and investigate AIOps Situations, perform root-cause isolation of impacted services, and enable communication with BMC Helix Intelligent Automation.
|Enabling the AIOps features|
|6||(Optional) Configure ML-based situations to define the time limit for event aggregation as part of a situation.||Configuring ML-based situations|
(Optional) Enable service designers to define service blueprints in BMC Helix AIOps that can be included as part of business services.
Enable service designers to define business services to be monitored in BMC Helix AIOps.
|Creating service models|
(Optional) Ensure that the KPIs, services, situations and all other required information are displaying as expected for the operator users to monitor key performance indicators, service health, and situations in the console.