Using out-of-the-box blueprints

BMC Helix AIOps provides out-of-the-box blueprints, which you can use as is to create services. In addition, you can create additional blueprints by starting with the out-of-the-box blueprints as a baseline.


Out-of-the-box blueprints

The following blueprints are available out of the box in the BMC Helix environment. To use them in a service model, you must first import and then enable them.

CategoryBlueprints
Application Performance Monitoring (APM)

Default Blueprint for AppDynamics Application

Default Blueprint for Dynatrace

ApplicationsDefault Blueprint for SAP
Infrastructure

Default Blueprint for Container Infrastructure Services

Default Blueprint for Cloud Service

Default Blueprint for Cloud Region

Default Blueprint for Kubernetes (K8S)

Default Blueprint for Kubernetes to VM to Switch

Default Blueprint for Load Balancer

Default Blueprint for Mainframe LPAR to Software

Default Blueprint for Microsoft Cluster

Default Blueprint for Microsoft IIS Webserver

Default Blueprint for Oracle WebLogic Cluster

Default Blueprint for Red Hat OpenShift

Default Blueprint for vCenter Cluster

Default Blueprint for Storage System

Default Blueprint using Tags

Network

Default Blueprint for Network Device

Default Blueprint for Network Device to Host

Default Blueprint for Host to Network Device


To import and enable the out-of-the box blueprints

  1. Select Configurations > Manage Service Blueprints.
  2. On the Service Blueprints page, from the action menu, select Import BMC default Blueprints.
    The imported blueprints appear on the Service Blueprints page. These blueprints are indicated by in the Provider column.
  3. Choose a service blueprint from the list and select Action > Enable
  4. Click Hide disabled to view the list of all the enabled service blueprints.
  5. Check for the newly enabled blueprint in the list.

To create a service blueprint from an existing blueprint

  1. On the Service Blueprints page, from the Action menu for a blueprint, select Create new Blueprint from.
  2. Edit the blueprint rules as required and click Next Step (Preview result) to preview the model.
  3. Save the blueprint.


Where to go from here

Creating service models

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