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Integrating SiteScope 11.30 Events with BSM 9.25

  1. Install SiteScope 11.30
  2. Extract "Software_HP_Operations_Agent_v11.14_Windows_ISO_TC097-15046" iso locally on sis server
  3. CD to that extracted dir (run as admin)
  4. Run "cscript oainstall.vbs -i -a" and click ok to any prompts, etc.
  5. Select Start > All Programs > HP SiteScope > Configuration Tool (run as admin)
  6. In the "Configure HP Operations Agent installed separately" option select "Configure HP Operations Agent" to complete the installation of the HP Operations agent.
  7. Restart SiteScope server.
  8. In SIS UI, select Preferences > Integration Preferences:

    • Click the "New Integration" button and select "HP Operations Manager Integration".
    • Configure the OM/BSM path (in distributed environment, point to gateway server)
    • Click "Connect" to connect the agent to the BSM server. This sends a connection request from the agent to the specified server.
    • Leave this window open
  9. Accept the agent connection request on the BSM Gateway/Web Processing server

    • In BSM 9.20 or later UI, go to Admin > Operations Manager > Certificate Request, locate and grant your certificate request.
  10. Install the log policies on the SiteScope server

    • After the certificate request has been granted on the BSM server, back in SIS UI, click "Install Policies" in the HP Operations Manager Integrations Main Settings panel of the HP Operations Manager Integration dialog box. This installs and signs the preconfigured log file policy file on the HP Operations agent.
    • Leave this window open
  11. Check connection status and send test message from the SiteScope server – optional

    • In the HP Operations Manager Integration dialog box, expand the HP Operations Manager Integrations Main Settings panel, and click "Analyze".
    • To check that the agent is connected to the BSM server, type a message in the Test message text box, and click "Send Test Message".
    • If the test is successful, the text message is displayed in the Operations Management Event Browser in BSM. This message is generated by a basic opcmsg policy command (i.e. opcmsg a=a msg_grp=test o=o msg_t=test).
  12. Enable SiteScope to send events to HPOM or Operations Management

    • In the HP Operations Manager Integration dialog box, expand the HP Operations Manager Integrations Main Settings panel, and in the Configuration Settings area select "Enable sending events".
    • Leave all other options at default
    • Save and close the window – done.
  13. Note: LWSSO will automatically be configured between BSM and SIS.
Reference: SIS_1130_OM_Integration_Guide.pdf (pages 21 – 32)

Integrating Sitescope to HP Operations Manager (BSM)

  1. Stop Sitescope Service on host
  2. Launch Configuration Tool from Start Menu (run as administrator)
  3. Install the Operations Agent
  4. On the SiteScope server (where the OM agent is running):

    1. Execute "ovconfget sec.core CORE_ID" from command line. Copy the results.
  5. On the BSM DPS machine: (<coreid> is output of step A)

    1. Execute "ovcert -exporttrusted -file \dps" from command line
    2. Execute "ovcm -issue -file \sitescope00 -name:  <sitescope_server_FQDN> -coreid <coreid>" from command line
    3. Copy the created files from DPS to SiteScope server
  6. On SiteScope server:

    1. Execute "ovcert -importtrusted -file \dps" from command line.
    2. Execute "ovcert -importcert -file \sitescope00" from command line.

Note: One reason you might perform this kind of manual integration is if port 383 is not open between the SiS and DPS servers.

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