You can integrate Infrastructure Management with other BMC products by using a post-installation configuration utility that is accessed from the Infrastructure Management operator console.
The following BMC products can be integrated with Infrastructure Management by using the post-installation configuration utility:
Other integrations with BMC products are possible but are not currently available for configuration using the post-installation configuration utility.
After an integration is enabled, you cannot disable it through the interface. Active and inactive modes are available only for LDAP integrations.
Under Integrations with other BMC Products, click Edit.
The Configure Infrastructure Management Integrations dialog box displays the available integrations, and their relevant fields values. By default, all integrations are marked for configuration and their configuration fields appear on the screen. If the text fields are populated with values, it means that the integration is enabled. Empty text fields indicate that the integration is not configured.
You can hide integrations that are not relevant to your installation by clearing the check boxes next to the integration name.
When you select or clear one or more integrations, other integrations might be automatically selected or cleared due to shared dependencies.
In an upgrade scenario, details of the integrations already exist in the database. However, no data validation occurs during an upgrade. To initiate validation, modify the data in the configuration fields. All the fields that are available during installation are also available in the integration screen.
Scroll down and enter the configuration values for the integrations.
The system tries to integrate with all the applications for which you have modified the configuration values in one batch. The integration process might take several minutes before completing.
Verify the success or failure for each integration in the results window that is displayed.
AR Server Hostname
Enter the host name of the AR Server.
|AR Server Port|
Enter the AR Server or CMDB port number. The default is 0. If AR Server is configured with a portmapper, enter 0 in this field.
|AR Server User|
Enter the user name required to log on to the AR Server. The default is Demo. This user must have Administrative privileges.
|AR Server Password|
Enter the password required to log on to the AR Server.
Select Single Server or Multiple Server depending on whether you installed Infrastructure Management on a single server or multiple server environment. If you select Multiple Server, the
Enter the host name of the UDDI registry for Atrium CMDB or the name of the Atrium Web Services Server.
Enter the port number of the UDDI registry for CMDB or the port number of Atrium Web Services server for CMDB.
Enter the UDDI registry user name. The default is admin.
|UDDI Password||Enter the UDDI registry password.|
BMC TrueSight Infrastructure Management Server Protocol
Select the application protocol. The default protocol is http.
|BMC TrueSight Infrastructure Management Server Port||Select the port.|
bmc.uddi.registryserver.secure.enabled=truein the pw\custom\conf\pronet.conf file and restart TrueSight Infrastructure Management server.
You can see the list of host names and port numbers of the IT Data Analytics servers integrated with that Infrastructure Management Performance Management servers.
This action is for read-only purposes only. BMC recommends you to not make any changes on the Configure Integrations dialog box for the BMC TrueSight IT Data Analytics instance.
For making any configuration changes, you need to log on to BMC TrueSight IT Data Analytics and navigate to Administration > External Configurations.