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Operations Analytics 2.20 and 2.30 Documentation Updates

This post describes updates to the Operations Analytics 2.20, 2.30, and 2.31 product documentation.

All updated documentation is located on the HP Software Support web site.

Brief overviews of the contents of the updated documents are listed at the bottom of the post.

 

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OpsA 2.31 - November 2015 Updates

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HP Operations Analytics Configuration Guide

  • Updates to the CEF/TCP forwarding instructions.
  • Updates to the OMI and Custom Poller Collection instructions.
  • Updates to the Structured Log Collection instructions.
  • Added information about how to change the default port for the Operations Analytics console.
  • Added information about expanding the Vertica file size.
  • General updates for version 2.31 IP1.

HP Operations Analytics for HP OneView Installation, Integration, and Upgrade Guide

  • Fixed several defects discovered during customer deployments.

HP Operations Analytics Installation Guide

  • Fixed several defects discovered during customer deployments.

HP Operations Analytics Release Notes

  • Added support for PostgreSQL when configuring an OMi collection.

HP Operations Analytics 2.20 to 2.31 Upgrade Guide and HP Operations Analytics 2.30 to 2.31 Upgrade Guide 

  • Clarified that the upgrade process is supported on both virtual and standard machines. 

 

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OpsA 2.30 - July 2015 Updates

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The Online Help (User Guide) is now available online here: http://opsa-help.saas.hp.com/

 

HP Operations Analytics for HP OneView Installation, Integration, and Upgrade Guide

    • Changes to the authentication instructions, including an important password policy change

 

HP Operations Analytics Configuration Guide

    • Improvements to the "Configuration a Custom SiteScope Collection" section
    • Improvements to the "Checking Operations Analytics System Health" section
    • Improvements to the "Using the Collections Manager to Configure Collections" section

 

HP Operations Analytics Installation Guide

    • Improvements to the post-installation instructions
    • Changes to the authentication instructions, including an important password policy change

 

HP Operations Analytics Release Notes

    • Changes to the authentication instructions, including an important password policy change

 

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OpsA 2.20 - May 2015 Updates

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OpsA 2.20 - March 2015 Updates

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HP Operations Analytics for HP OneView Installation Guide

  • Improvements to the overall configuration instructions

 

HP Operations Analytics - HP OneView Integration Guide

  • Improvements to the overall configuration instructions
  • Minor changes in the licensing section

 

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OpsA 2.20 - February 2015 Updates

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Operations Analytics Configuration Guide  

  • Noted that the preferred method of configuring collections is through the collections manager in the user interface
  • Clarified SSL instructions between Server/Collector Appliances and Vertica
  • Clarified documentation about the TCP forwarder
  • Added documentation about Configuring Supported Log Collections
  • Clarified CSV collection instructions

 

Operations Analytics - BSM Integration Guide

  • Completely new and updated guide including all details about different integrations between BSM and OpsA 

 

Operations Analytics User Guide

  • Reformatted headings in Configuring Collections topic

 

Operations Analytics Installation Guide

  • Improved instructions for Vertica installation

 

Operations Analytics OneView Installation Guide

  • Added content about SSL configuration
  • Added information about deploying OpsA-OneView from vCenter
  • Added information about configuring the OneView All-in-One Virtual Appliance for DHCP

 

Operations Analytics OneView Integration Guide

  • Highlighted importance of setting the correct refresh parameter 
  • Operations Analytics QuickStart Guide
  • Noted that the preferred method of configuring collections is through the collections manager in the user interface
  • Updated incorrect link to Installation Guide 

 

Operations Analytics Support Matrix

  • Updated Operations Analytics sizing guidelines
  • Added CentOS references for Logger, OpsA Collector, and OpsA Server

 

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Summaries of Updated Documents

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Operations Analytics Configuration Guide

Provides details about post-installation tasks required to configure OpsA most effectively, including helpful tips and how to set up collections. This guide contains sections on:

Deployment Prerequisites

Configuring Tenants and Collections

Creating, Applying, and Maintaining Tags

Communicating Collection Names and Meta Data Information to your Users

Configuring Secure Access to Operations Analytics

Maintaining Operations Analytics Collections

Maintaining Operations Analytics

 

Operations Analytics BSM Integration Guide

Describes the different types of integrations between HP Business Service

Management OpsA and how to set them up. This guide contains sections on:

Introduction/Overview

Prerequisites

Cross Launch Integration

MyBSM Integration

URL Syntax

 

Operations Analytics User Guide  

Provides details about user and management tasks, primarily those that can be performed in the user interface.

This guide contains sections on:

Getting Started with HP Operations Analytics

Dashboards and Query Panes

Search Tool

Working with Query Panes

Filter Search Query Results

Play Back History

Log Analytics

Predictive Analytics

Alerts

Topology Manager

About Collections

Configuring Collections

Operations Analytics Integration with OneView

Manage Users and Tenants

About the Analytics Query Language (AQL)

Administrator Tasks

 

Operations Analytics Installation Guide

Provides the workflow required to install HP Operations Analytics. This guide contains sections on:

Deployment Prerequisites

Installing Operations Analytics

 

Operations Analytics - OneView Installation Guide

This guide contains sections on:

Setting up the OneView All-in-One Virtual Appliance

Enabling the Operations Analytics – OneView Integration

Expanding to a Distributed Operations Analytics

Configuring Collections

Managing Data Retention

Maintenance Tasks

Operations Analytics Security Hardening

 

Operations Analytics - OneView Integration Guide

This guide contains sections on:

Introducing the Operations Analytics – OneView Integration

Licensing HP OneView

Configuring the OpsA-OneView Integration

Troubleshooting the OpsA-OneView Integration

About Data Collections for the Operations Analytics – OneView Integration

Operations Analytics – OneView Integration Security Hardening

 

Operations Analytics QuickStart Guide

This guide contains sections on:

System Requirements

Installing and Configuring Operations Analytics

Using Operations Analytics

 

Operations Analytics Support Matrix

Provides an overview of the system requirements and supported devices for HP Operations Analytics

The OpsA Support Matrix contains sections on:

Requirements

Compatibilty

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