I think the subject is self describing.... Make the linux probe have the same functionality as the windows Probe.
Is uCMDB - AM integration using Linux Probe or Integration Service on Linux uCMDB service be supported any time soon?
Below link is bit old, which states, it is not supported.
Appreciate your response.
Thanks & Regards,
With the release of CMS 2019.05, we now support a Linux-based discovery probe for a large number of the most commonly used discovery jobs. The full list of supported discovery can be found at https://docs.microfocus.com/itom/Universal_CMDB:2019.05/DscvrLinuxProbe
There are jobs that are ot yet certified on a Linux-based discovery probe. If you find yourself needing additional jobs certified, please contact me and we can work on making it happen.
Thanks for all the information.
I tried to assemble them into the following requirements for Linux Probe discovery.
Linux Probe Discovery Capability
Please feel free to let me know whether any important scenario is missing.
Last but no least, which user(root vs non-root) will the linux probe run with in your deployment? Is the non-root user mandate for company's security compliance?
Look forward to your reply.
Thanks a lot.
A Linux-based, or even container-based probe would be a welcome thing. If a free, linux-based product like Zabbix can perform agentless WMI discovery from its Linux-based app server, I think a Micro Focus CMDB probe running Linux should also be able to perform agentless WMI-based discovery of Windows nodes. Also, PowerSehll on Linux is a thing.