Wednesday, 11 July 2012

Integration NNMi with HPOM use incident web services IWS


Integration uses the following modules:

  • NNMi OM integration module
  • HP OM incident web service
  • HP OM applicationd for contextual access to the NNMi console
The following  lists the main features of both integration methods.

Forwarding to HP OM agent: 
  • Incident forward to HP OM
  • Access to NNMi console from HP OM
  • Filter incidents to forward


Web Services Implementation:
  • Incident forward to HP OM
  • Access to NNMi console from HP OM
  • Filter incidents to forward
  • Incident state  synchronization between NNMi (lifecycle)  and HP OM (unacknowledge, acknowledge)


In NNMi 9.20

Configure NNMI-HPOM Web Services Integration Configuration

1. Open HP NNMi–HPOM Integration Selection 



2. Click into web services implementation



3. Fill  HP NNMi–HPOM Web Services Integration Configuration
  • HPOM Port is port IWS
  • HPOM User is HPOM Java Console's user.


4. After submit you will see next. NNMi-HPOM configured. 



Error 

If you see this error, check  the connection settings.

An error occurred while configuring the integration. Error: Unable to save configuration. Check credentials for NNM.


In HP Operations Manager Unix 9.10.220
1. In HPOM, add a managed node for each NNMi node that will be named as a source node in the NNMi incidents that are forwarded to this HPOM management server. Also add a managed node for each NNMi management server that will forward incidents to this HPOM management server.  
You can use ip Network->other->other  or Node for extrenal Events node type.


2. Installing NNMi Application with Server Parameters


/opt/OV/contrib/OpC/NNMi-Appls/create_nnm_appls.sh



# create_nnm_appls.sh
Full qualified name of the NNMi system:
nnmsv1.example.com
Short name of the NNMi system [nnmsv1]:
nnmsv1
Is the NNM system a NNMi 9 system using HTTPS (y/n)[yes]:
y
Port to access the NNMi system [8004]:
8004
====================================================
NNMi 9 (HTTPS): yes
System Name: nnmsv1.example.com
Short Name: nnmsv1
Port: 8004
Used Locale: en_US.UTF-8
====================================================
Are these parameters correct?
Press [ENTER] to proceed or [^C] to cancel.
Done

Port to access the NNMi system is port your web NNMi console (usually for http 80, https 443).



Nnmi Integration Operations Manager 9.20 HP Online Help Integrations with HP and Third-Party Products

You can configure multiple HP and third-party software products to share data with NNMi and receive data from NNMi. You can view details about each of these integrations in separate documents. To read any of these documents, do the following:
  1. Point your web browser to the following website: http://support.openview.hp.com/selfsolve/document/KM1275289/binary/nnmi_doc_list_9.2x.pdf
  2. Supply your HP Passport credentials.
  3. Click go for the integration document you want to read.
Each integration adds some or all of the following functionality (depending on the integration):
  • NNMi incidents are available in the integrated product’s events viewer.
  • NNMi receives and monitors traps related to the integrated product.
  • NNMi operators can open some of the integrated product’s views from within the NNMi console. Those views are in context of the object selected in the NNMi console (for example, node or interface).
  • Operators of the integrated product can open some NNMi console views from within the integrated product. Those views are in context of the object selected in the integrated product.
  • Network topology (inventory) information is shared between NNMi and the integrated product.
For information about the available integrations, see HelpDocumentation LibraryRelease Notes and contact your HP sales representative.

HP Online Help Integration Configuration Form

You can configure a variety of HP and third-party software products (that run independently of NNMi) to integrate with NNMi. See HelpDocumentation LibraryRelease Notes, and locate the Support Matrix for a complete list of supported products. You can view details about each of these integrations in separate documents. To read any of these documents, do the following:
  1. Point your web browser to the following website: http://support.openview.hp.com/selfsolve/document/KM1275289/binary/nnmi_doc_list_9.2x.pdf
  2. Supply your HP Passport credentials.
  3. Click go for the integration document you want to read.
Each integration adds some or all of the following functionality (depending on the integration):
  • NNMi incidents are available in the integrated product’s events viewer.
  • NNMi receives and monitors traps related to the integrated product.
  • NNMi operators can open some of the integrated product’s views from within the NNMi console. Those views are in context of the object selected in the NNMi console (for example, node or interface).
  • Operators of the integrated product can open some NNMi console views from within the integrated product. Those views are in context of the object selected in the integrated product.
  • Network topology (inventory) information is shared between NNMi and the integrated product.
Some of these products require that you provide information in the NNMi Integration Module Configuration workspace. Use the appropriate integration configuration form to provide the information required for enabling an integration between NNMi and the associated product. For the latest information about an integration and the fields on its integration configuration form, do the following:
Note: HP Network Node Manager i Software Smart Plug-ins (iSPIs) do not use the Integration Module Configuration workspace. NNM iSPIs have an entirely different configuration strategy. 
  1. Point your web browser to the following website: http://support.openview.hp.com/selfsolve/document/KM1275289/binary/nnmi_doc_list_9.2x.pdf
  2. Supply your HP Passport credentials.
  3. Click go for the integration document you want to read.

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