Tivoli Business Service Manager Tip of the Week #8

By | 2009-04-10T09:02:05+00:00 April 10th, 2009|BSM, Business Service Management, Event Management, IBM, Implementation, Netcool, Netcool/OMNIbus, TBSM, Tivoli, Usability|

Did you know that when you're considering application of TBSM interim fixes (IF) and fix packs (FP) that you should also review those that may exist for your Netcool/OMNIbus installation? While TBSM v4 has always given you the option to install Netcool/OMNIbus in support of your TBSM deployment, the TBSM IF's and FP's DO NOT apply any updates for Netcool/OMNIbus, Probes or Gateways. The Netcool/OMNIbus team puts out a great reference for guiding you along [...]

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RiverMuse Emerging from Stealth Mode

By | 2008-10-30T20:12:15+00:00 October 30th, 2008|Big4, BMC Software, Complex Events, Event Driven Architecture, Event Management, Event Processing, Events, HP, IBM, Micromuse, Netcool, Netcool/OMNIbus, OpenNMS, Other6, Startups, Strategy, Tivoli, Usability, User Experience, Value|

This open source start up is unveiling their exciting message and pre-release web site for what could be an industry changing tipping point that firmly places open source as a viable alternative to the "Big4" and the "Other 6" within any sized company in any industry. RiverMuse has launched their website and has plans for initial software availability in early November. RiverMuse (Riversoft and Micromuse) is the brainchild of the founders of the Micromuse and [...]

WYNTK on TBSM v4.2 Preparation: The Importance of Events

By | 2008-10-03T10:38:53+00:00 October 3rd, 2008|Best Practices, BSM, Business Service Management, Design Patterns, E2E Service Management, Event Driven Architecture, Event Management, Event Processing, Events, IBM, Implementation, Netcool, Netcool/Impact, Netcool/OMNIbus, Service Modeling, TBSM, Tivoli, Uncategorized, Usability, Value|

TBSM v4.2 GA'd last Friday. Are you ready? Have you thought about what your plans are? Just another upgrade? Keeping things status quo? I advise you to not do that. TBSM's fundamental operating dependency is the Netcool/ObjectServer and its core operating principle is one being primarily event driven. A limited use license of THE leading event management platform is provided with TBSM v4.2 so in all realities, you will need to become proficient in two [...]

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