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OS Instance Licenses needed for Nodes coming from BSM/RTSM

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we have BSM 9.23 with EventFoundation . We have OMW Agents and SAMPoints for all Monitored Nodes and integrated everything with BSM/OMi. We have also an HP uCMDB and want to integrate this with our BSM System and do some discovery to enhance the CI-Information coming from RTSM.

We are not shure if we need OS Instanc Licenses for those nodes coming from BSM. We assume that we don't need addtional licenses, but we need to be shure. Thanks for clarification.

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Re: OS Instance Licenses needed for Nodes coming from BSM/RTSM

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No, unfortunately it does not include discovery, so if the Node is created by Integration and updated by Discovery, license will be consumed.

 

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Re: OS Instance Licenses needed for Nodes coming from BSM/RTSM

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Hello Sanjit,

 

If the CIs are brought from an integration with an HP product, they will not require a license.

 

As per UCMDB licensing guide (pls see here http://support.openview.hp.com/selfsolve/document/KM1446881 😞

 

"There is no license restriction to (a) the number of CIs that may be replicated or federated between UCMDB and other
HP products, or (b) the number of CIs that may be stored in UCMDB"

 

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Re: OS Instance Licenses needed for Nodes coming from BSM/RTSM

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thanks a lot, irina
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Re: OS Instance Licenses needed for Nodes coming from BSM/RTSM

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are you really sure that this includes the use of discovery?
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No, unfortunately it does not include discovery, so if the Node is created by Integration and updated by Discovery, license will be consumed.

 

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Re: OS Instance Licenses needed for Nodes coming from BSM/RTSM

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@sanjit_asc did Irina's response help answer your question?

It looks like you may need additional licenses to get the functionality you are looking for.  Is this currently an option for you? 

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