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Description

The Operations Connector for IBM Tivoli provides content for integrating with IBM Tivoli.

This event integration to Operations Bridge Manager (OBM) leverages the Event Integration Facility (EIF) within the IBM Tivoli environment.

Note that version 01.01.011 of this Connector is community content. This means it is supported using the OBM Community Forum only. Later versions are officially supported by MicroFocus Support.

Please check Support Matrix for supported versions of Operations Connector for IBM Tivoli

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Product Overview

IBM Tivoli Monitoring V6.2.1 increases the performance and availability of Amazon EC2 resources by identifying potential issues before they impact users, and either automating corrective actions or providing key diagnostic data to allow for quicker recovery of the service.

The Tivoli Monitoring AMI includes both agentless and agent-based monitoring of Microsoft Windows and Linux operating systems.

AWS may provide IBM with certain information related to your use of Amazon EC2 running IBM. We may provide IBM your company name, the name of the IBM software your company has used, and your company's total usage fees for the IBM Software each month. IBM is required to keep this information confidential and IBM cannot use this information for marketing or lead generation.

Operating System

Linux/Unix, Other Other

Highlights

  • Out-of-the-box situations measure performance and availability of resources against predefined thresholds, alerting appropriate personnel when a potential issue is discovered.
  • Correlation of situations increases the quality of alerts, allowing operators and administrators to focus on true issues, rather than sorting through an abundance of unnecessary alerts.
  • Workflows can easily be created using a simple, intuitive graphical interface to define policies for automated or manual response to conditions.

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Tivoli Software

Tivoli Software encompasses a set of products originally developed by Tivoli Systems Inc.IBM bought the company and ran the operation as its Tivoli Software division. Additional products were acquired and run under the Tivoli portfolio brand. IBM began phasing out use of the Tivoli brand in 2013 and by 2016 had moved the portfolio products into a revised and rebranded hierarchy.[1][2]

History of Tivoli brand[edit]

Tivoli Systems Inc. was founded in Austin, Texas in 1989 by Bob Fabbio[3] and quickly joined by Peter Valdes, Todd Smith and Steve Marcie; all were former IBM employees.[4] Bob Fabbio in an interview indicated the purpose was to provide systems management on systems from a diverse set of vendors while at IBM he had been directed to focus on IBM products only.[5] As an independent software vendor Tivoli Systems developed and sold Tivoli Management Environment (TME) "systems management" software and services. The then CEO Frank Moss saw the company listed on NASDAQ in March 1995[6] and the subsequent merger into IBM in 1996.[7]

At the start of 2002, Tivoli Systems Inc, became Tivoli Software, a brand within IBM.[8] IBM initially grew the software portfolio under the Tivoli brand through development and acquisition.[9][4] There are some thoughts this may have resulted in the brand containing a large set of overlapping and marginal products[4] In April 2013 IBM renamed "Tivoli Software" Division to "Cloud & Smarter Infrastructure".[1][10] IBM moved away from the Tivoli brand as exemplified by the explicit rebranding of Tivoli Storage Manager to IBM Spectrum Protect[11] and the renaming of IBM Tivoli Workload Scheduler to IBM Workload Scheduler as of release 9.3.[12]

Market position[edit]

According to IT analyst research firm Gartner, Inc., IBM in 2012 owned the largest share of the "IT Operations Management" software market, with an 18% market share.[13] IBM was also the leading provider of Enterprise Asset Management software, for the 7th consecutive year, according to ARC Advisory Group, a research analyst firm for industry and infrastructure.[14]

Service management segments[edit]

Service managementsegments related to the Tivoli brand software and services included the following:

List of IBM Tivoli products[edit]

Tivoli products and integration platforms[edit]

Creating custom standard drivers in IBM Tivoli Netcool Configuration Manager

Tivoli Management Framework[edit]

Tivoli Management Framework (TMF) is a CORBA-based systems and network management framework. It allows administrators to manage large numbers of remote locations or devices. In the early years of TMF's lifecycle it was a pre-requisite to several other key Tivoli components. With IBM's adoption and promotion of other non-TMF based products, such as Micromuse Netcool Omnibus in February 2006[17] and the increasing general acceptance of Secure Shell in preference to CORBA meant TMF entered the latter stages of product lifecycle. The final independent release version of TMF was 4.1.1 with release 4.3.1 supplied with and to Tivoli Configuration Manager 4.3.1 in 2008.[18][19]

Tivoli Service Request Manager[edit]

Tivoli Service Request Manager manages configuration items (CI) and critical assets. It was previously known as Maximo Service Desk.[20]

Netcool/OMNIbus[edit]

IBM Tivoli Netcool/OMNIbus operations management software consolidates complex IT and network operation management tasks as the primary event management platform within the suite. [21]

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