Important

   

This space contains documentation for TrueSight Server Automation 8.9.03 and the later service packs for 8.9. For earlier releases, see BMC Server Automation 8.9.

Setting up TrueSight Server Automation for virtual environments

The topics listed in the following table provide instructions for setting up TrueSight Server Automation to manage a variety of virtual environments.

Note

These topics assume that you already have an Application Server installed and configured, and have a console installed pointing to that Application Server.

TaskReference
Review the deployment considerations before you use TrueSight Server Automation to manage a virtual environmentDeployment considerations
Before you use the TrueSight Server Automation Console to manage a virtual environment, distribute the appropriate configuration objects to the target platformDistributing configuration objects
Set up a VMware vSphere environment in TrueSight Server AutomationSetting up a VMware vSphere environment
Set up a Solaris Zones environment in TrueSight Server AutomationSetting up a Solaris Zones environment
Set up an IBM PowerVM environment in TrueSight Server AutomationSetting up an IBM PowerVM environment
Set up a Microsoft Hyper-V environment in TrueSight Server AutomationSetting up a Microsoft Hyper-V environment
Set up Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization (RHEV) environments in TrueSight Server AutomationSetting up Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization environments
Set up a Citrix XenServer environment in TrueSight Server AutomationSetting up a Citrix XenServer environment
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