You can use application models to leverage the problem-isolation capabilities of BMC TrueSight Operations Management. With application models, you can perform the following activities:
This topic presents the following sections:
The availability of some features depends on the data providers in your environment, for example:
To perform this procedure, you must have -level access, or higher.
In the Application Monitoring page, click the Model tab.
In Internet Explorer, an application model in the TrueSight console displays only the names of the components and does not display the icons of the different components.
The application model is displayed showing the current status of that application. The top-level node in the application model represents the application. Each node associated with the top-level application node represents a device or a group that is a part of the application. The color of each node determines the severity status of that node. The severity status is used to calculate the overall status of the application. For example, even if one node in the application is in critical, the entire application is considered in critical state. The following figure is an example of an automatic application model:
Example of an application model
Depending on the hierarchy in which you want to view the model, click theicon and select from one of the following choices:
Click Spotlight ON to highlight only the directly impacted nodes. The rest of the nodes in the application model are dimmed. To view all the nodes in the same brightness, click Spotlight OFF.
The root node is always shown as highlighted irrespective of the selected spotlight option.
If you have Infrastructure Management, you can view the events and devices associated with each node.
Click a node to view all the events and devices associated with the node.
The Events tab that displays the event details is displayed by default. This information is propagated from the Monitoring > Events page. For more information about monitored events and the actions you can take, see Performing event operations in the TrueSight console.
The Events tab for the top-level application node lists only the events directly associated with the application and not with any device or group. For example, an event generated due to an application performance or reliability issue from the synthetic transaction monitoring qualifies as an event which is directly associated with the application. Application level events are generated by synthetic transaction monitoring, and TrueSight IT Data Analytics notifications.
Select a node, and from the action menu next to the node name in the details pane, select Launch BMC TrueSight IT Data Analytics.
The cross-launch to BMC TrueSight IT Data Analytics applies only to the child nodes and not to the top-level application node.
(Infrastructure Management) Cross-launching from the TrueSight console to TrueSight IT Data Analytics