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Consult the topics in this section to plan the physical environment for the TrueSight Operations Management solution.

These deployment use cases provide an overview of the Operations Management physical architecture and how the component products are connected and communicate with each other and other products. For an introductory overview of the Operations Management functional architecture and the components, see TrueSight Operations Management architecture.

Deployment use case
Basic deployment with one or more data providersBased upon your business and monitoring information needs, you deploy Operations Management with one or more data providers (TrueSight App Visibility, TrueSight Infrastructure Management, TrueSight Synthetic Monitor, or BMC Real End User Experience Monitoring Software Edition). The basic deployment use cases illustrate and describe the products and components required to provide the data that enables functionality in Operations Management.Basic deployment options for TrueSight Operations Management
High-availability deploymentHigh availability (HA) is a redundancy operation that automatically switches to a standby server if the primary server fails or is temporarily shut down for maintenance. Operations Management supports out-of-the box HA that eliminates the need for third-party software and reduces the manual steps required to deploy.

High availability deployment for TrueSight Operations Management

Disaster recovery deployment

Disaster recovery is a backup operation that allows you to switch to an alternative Presentation Server (recovery Presentation Server) if the primary Presentation Server fails. Disaster recovery reduces the system down time and provides continued data and service availability by replicating the files between primary and recovery Presentation Servers.

Disaster recovery deployment for TrueSight Operations Management
Service provider and tenant deployment

In a service provider and tenant deployment, the service provider hosts and manages the TrueSight systems that enable subscribers (tenants) to effectively monitor their services through application and infrastructure monitoring and to ensure they are meeting Service Level Agreements (SLAs). Tenants deploy the various agents and other monitors on key systems from which the data is gathered and analyzed by the hosted TrueSight environment.

Service provider and tenant deployment for TrueSight Operations Management
Best practice recommendations are provided throughout this section. For a list of all topics containing best practice recommendations, see Best practices for deploying TrueSight Operations Management.

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