BMC Change Automation features are available out of the box in BMC Server Automation version 8.9 and BMC Remedy ITSM version 9.1.02. However, you need to run the BMC Change Automation installer on a computer (either on the same computer running BMC Server Automation or on a separate computer) for this integration to work.
The BMC Change Automation installer performs the following:
You can download the latest BMC Atrium Orchestrator patch from the Patches tab of BMC Atrium Orchestrator Platform from the BMC Electronic Product Distribution (EPD) site.
The following diagram depicts the installation overview:
For information about upgrading BMC Atrium Orchestrator, see in the BMC Atrium Orchestrator Platform 7.9 online documentation.
The existing implementation of Operator-Initiated Change use case is a part of continuous compliance of servers use cases. For more information, see in the BMC BladeLogic Automation Suite 8.9 online documentation.
When you install BMC Change Automation, the older implementation of Operator-Initiated Change use case (OIC 1.0) is not removed. Only after the new integration is configured in BMC Server Automation, OIC 1.0 (older version of continuous compliance of servers) is upgraded to the latest version of BMC Change Automation 2.0. This change is irreversible and it is advised that you proceed with caution.
To get the BMC Change Automation features, you must enable the BMC Change Automation features after installation. For more information, see Postinstallation procedures.