Enabling the AIOps features
Organizations can use the AIOps features to monitor and investigate AIOps Situations, perform root-cause isolation of impacted services, and enable connections to BMC Helix Intelligent Automation.
Tenant administrators can enable AIOps features from the Manage Product Features page.
The following table describes the AIOps features and their advantages.
|AIOps Root Cause Isolation|
You can view the root cause isolation of impacted services with causal nodes, events, topology, and metrics data.
Requires AIOps Situations to be enabled.
|AIOps root cause isolation gives the ability to predict the most likely causes of an issue in an infrastructure environment or business service by analyzing the AIOps Situations.|
|AIOps Situations||You can monitor and investigate the AIOps Situations (also known as ML-based Situations) along with the policy-based Situations.||AIOps Situation uses the AI/ML algorithms to detect event noise automatically, cluster events, and displays situations. This reduces the mean time to detect and resolve issues significantly. The advantage of this ML-based Situations is that you do not need to create policies to create situations.|
|Intelligent Automations||You can create, request, and execute automation actions to remediate Services or Situations.|
Remediate open events in services and situations to resolve critical, major, or minor events and bring the overall service health back to normal.
To enable the AIOps features
After the 60 days trial ends, contact BMC Sales Team for continuing the subscription.
- Go to Configurations > Manage Product Features page.
Enable the toggle button of the subscribed feature name.
A message appears that you have successfully enabled the features. Even if you enable one of the three options, the title bar changes from Service Monitoring to Service Monitoring Powered by AIOps.
When you enable the AIOps Root Cause Isolation, the AIOps Situations is automatically enabled.
Log in or register to comment.