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Cloud Pak for Multicloud Management
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Edge Application Manager
IBM Observability with Instana
ITM-APM Products - incl IBM Tivoli Monitoring v6 and Application Performance Monitoring v8
Workload Automation - incl Workload Scheduler
Tivoli System Automation - inc Tivoli System Automation Application Manager (SA AM), Tivoli System Automation for Multiplatforms (SA MP)
Linux Running Services in Data Model and Data portal
The Data model is missing Linux Services. It currently has Windows services only. I would like to see Linux services added to the data model; Have Linux Sensor populate the data into the model and have that information displayed in the data portal under the "Services" or "Active Services" Tab.
A simple command of "chkconfig --list" on a linux box can bring back this kind of information.
The use case for this would be many;
One of which is that it would help the *nix teams determine the services running on a specific box so when migrations / upgrades happen they can have a clear snap shot about what is running.
The services running could also help with security determining vulnerabilities on a box by seeing what is running then determining the version.
Showing the running services could also help identify rogue boxes by using the compliance tester built into taddm.
From a Command center perspective this could also help quickly diagnose an issue by seeing if the service has been "stopped", if it's stopped it's not running... therefore the reason the application is not responding.
As you can see the use case is vast.
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