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UCMDB Support Tip: Server Automation and Universal CMDB (SA - UCMDB) 1.0

This integration between HP Server Automation (SA) and HP Universal CMDB (UCMDB) provides the ability to share CI data between the two products.


The SA-UCMDB connector provides configuration data from server assets in SA to UCMDB. The connector copies server CIs from the SA database into the UCMDB. The data can be combined with existing UCMDB data for reporting and analysis.


HP Server Automation stores a large amount of information about your servers and software in the SA database. The SA-UCMDB Connector copies some of this data to the UCMDB. Whenever the data in SA changes, the SA-UCMDB Connector automatically sends the updated data to the UCMDB.


When the SA-UCMDB Connector first starts running, it queries the SA database, creates the CIs in the UCMDB and transfers the data from SA to the UCMDB. After that, whenever the data in the SA database changes, the SA-UCMDB Connector automatically detects the changes and transfers the modified data to the UCMDB.


For the complete list of data transferred from SA to the UCMDB, see the SA Data Transferred to UCMDB section in the SA-UCMDB integration Guide.


Documentation for this integration can be found at SA 9.11 UCMDB Integration Guide http://support.openview.hp.com/selfsolve/document/KM1321410/binary/SA_9.11_UCMDB_Integration.pdf

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