ASM to map CIs across tenants into one Service map

Idea ID 1764470

ASM to map CIs across tenants into one Service map

HI Team,

In our environement for ASM service modeling , discovery is going through the other domains and getting facing server processing error.

Can you please help us on this

Regards,

MPS Santhosh.

4 Comments
Micro Focus Expert
Micro Focus Expert

To add on more details about this request :

"While performing the ASM modeling , discovery is mapping to CI's of other tenants and we facing the server processing error.

Many applications (while doing ASM modeling) are finding some dependent CI from other tenant’s like B2k, CRO.of environment

They are not getting mapped as no information for them is getting extracted (due to mismatch of credentials or other reasons)

1. Is it possible technically for ASM to map different CI’s from different tenant’s? We are not sure if these CI’s are even discovered in their home tenant."

Micro Focus Expert
Micro Focus Expert
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Micro Focus Contributor
Micro Focus Contributor

Based on ASM architecture, I think we cannot support the top-down discovery cross the domain since our UD discovery job cannot report Cis and relationships cross domain in one job instance.

Please see the diagram to show the ASM discovery process.

ASM process.jpg

Micro Focus Expert
Micro Focus Expert
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