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Integration RTSM (BSM 9.13) and uCMDB 9.04

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Hi, all!

 

I did CMS to RTSM integration via existing default BSM integration point CMS_to_RTSM, but not all CI was populated from CMS (just 60-70%). How must I tune integration point to populate all CI to RTSM from CMS?

Please suggest.

 

Regards,

Mike.

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I have 2 very important notes to make:

1) NOT all the CIs from CMS need to be in RTSM!!! You should synchronize only those CIs which will be monitored. Do not sync CIs just because you can. RTSM capacity is much less than CMS.

2) the OOTB TQLs sync important CIs and topologies. If you want to sync more, then customize the sync TQLs or create your own TQL. I suggest reading the documentation.

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I have 2 very important notes to make:

1) NOT all the CIs from CMS need to be in RTSM!!! You should synchronize only those CIs which will be monitored. Do not sync CIs just because you can. RTSM capacity is much less than CMS.

2) the OOTB TQLs sync important CIs and topologies. If you want to sync more, then customize the sync TQLs or create your own TQL. I suggest reading the documentation.

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Asaf, thank you for reply and detailed response to the question!

Best,
Mike.
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