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Operations Manager: How do we integrate a HTTP REST API into Operations Manager?

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We are providing a HTTP Rest API which contains a number of Monitoring Elements. Now we want to integrate them into Operations Manager and visualize/show these elements there. How would we do that with OM as it is an agent-based approach?

 

(We have done the integration in SiteScope and this was very easy. )

 

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If you own both products, then the easiest would be to just forward the SiteScope alarms to Operations Manager (there is an integration available) since you already did the work for SiteScope.

 

There is no out of the box solution for Operations Manager to query an URL. But you could create a

monitor script that is run through a Threshold Monitor Policy and which runs a CLI to get a value through a HTTP post, for example curl (http://curl.haxx.se/).

 

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If you own both products, then the easiest would be to just forward the SiteScope alarms to Operations Manager (there is an integration available) since you already did the work for SiteScope.

 

There is no out of the box solution for Operations Manager to query an URL. But you could create a

monitor script that is run through a Threshold Monitor Policy and which runs a CLI to get a value through a HTTP post, for example curl (http://curl.haxx.se/).

 

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