jadda Absent Member.
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Can anybody post list of automatons possible through HPOO with HP tools and Vmware

Hi,

 

 We are trying to integrate HPOO with HPTools.So we want to implement maximum no of automations possible through OO. Can anybody please post list of automations done through OO , So that we will check the feasiblility in our customer environment.we have implemented few taks like

 

1.Node Downalert in OM

2. HP SA,OM,DDMi agent installations etc...

 

Please post list automation implemented in your environment

 

Thanks

Jadda Pavan Kumar

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shu_sato Super Contributor.
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Re: Can anybody post list of automatons possible through HPOO with HP tools and Vmware

Hello Jadda,

Integration guides and documentations generated by OO would be helpful to know
what OO operations for integration can do to other products. To integrate with SA,
'OO-SA Content' requires to be installed.

Integration guide for OM

    HP Operations Manager Incident Web Service Integration Guide
    https://hpln.hp.com/node/9141/attachment

Integration guide for SA

    HP Operations Orchestration Integration with HP Server Automation
    https://hpln.hp.com/node/9714/attachment


OO(Studio) can generate HTML documents from flows and operations themselves.
Please have a look at the 'Viewing many operation and flow descriptions' section
in 'Studio Authoring Guide' for how to generate them.


As long as I know, unfortunately integration flows/operations for DDMi are not provided at
the time of writing.

 


Thanks,
Shu

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