Use connected OBM server as proxy to retrieve data for performance dashboards

Idea ID 1792555

Use connected OBM server as proxy to retrieve data for performance dashboards

OBM 2018.11

In a hierarchical OBM setup, it is impossible in secure environments to draw performance graphs for agents that cannot be accessed directly on the top level OBM.

If there is no possibility to define a PROXY for the BBC communication, it is necessary to open the performance perspective on the local OBM.

OBM should detect automatically that the agent is not connected to this server and use the connected server to gather the data and provide them to the dashboard.

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Even better, not use a proxy, but simply be able to route the request for data through the existing layers. I don't want to keep expanding the infrastructure for my OpsB to work around the product deficiencies...

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@Astrid what do you think?

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Have the votes from this idea, Performance-graphing-in-MoM-OBM-with-2-or-3-layer-architecture been added to this idea?

If not, then they should be please.

 

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Status changed to: Under Consideration

we are evaluating this request for possible solution/work around...

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