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IvanForceville
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Network Node Manager => HP SIM integration => SCOM

We are designing a new Management infrastucture for a customer.

On one side we have SCOM, SCCM & SCVMM which we will integrate into SCSM 2010.

On the other side we have the HPSIM, Storage Essentials en Network Node Manager.

My question is: Can Network Node Manager send snmp traps to HPSIM and then to SCOM, or maybe directly to SCOM?

We want an all in one management framework preferably with one "console" which rules them all...
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Chris Bartram Absent Member.
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Re: Network Node Manager => HP SIM integration => SCOM

SIM and SCOM can both feed their event data into NNM if you want to use that as your main console.
SIM can be pointed to either NNM or SCOM (IIRC there is a SIM to SCOM integration but can't swear to it).

You can certainly configure actions in NNM to send notifications to SCOM for important events in a variety of means, though I'm not sure if there's a direct/simple forward everything option.

Keep in mind that it's helpful if whatever the "main" console is that it "knows" about all the topology/nodes that are being monitored throughout the enterprise.

HTH.
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PING_6 Absent Member.
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Re: Network Node Manager => HP SIM integration => SCOM


hope this will work out for you


HP SIM [TO] Network Node Manager [TO] SCOM


Whatever exists is changeable and what is not changeable does not exist.
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