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1 Gusti Herawati

2 Introduction Sitescope User Interface Configuration Group Monitor Alert Report Sitescope Tools Backup Procedure

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4 Agentless monitoring solution Designed to ensure the availability and performance of distributed IT infrastructures for example : servers, operating systems, network devices, network services, applications, and application components.

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7 Sitescope can be accessed through web from the following address: The client requirement for web access is : 1. Internet browser such as IE 7 / 8 or Firefox 3 or above 2. Java JRE 6 update 12 or above Installed 3. Flash player 4. Add SiteScope server FQDN to the client’s etc/host file pwvbtoutd101.ocbcnisp.com

8 Sitescope Service can be stoped and started using Services.msc The service name for HP Sitescope is “SiteScope”

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10 Group is a container of monitors. Monitor instances that you create must be added within a SiteScope monitor group container. Help you organize the monitor instances that you create. Group containers could be nested within other group containers as subgroups.

11 Main Settings Group Name This is a text display name for the monitor group. This text is displayed in the SiteScope interface. Choose a name that meaningfully describes the content of the group or the purpose the monitors added to the group.

12 1. Select the SiteScope node or monitor group container into which you want add the group. The applicable container Contents panel is displayed. 2. Click the New Group button new the top of the Contents panel. The New SiteScope Group page is displayed in the Contents panel. 3. Enter name for the new group in the Group Name field. 4. Optionally, expand the Advanced Settings area and enter settings as applicable. 5. When the required fields are complete, click the OK button at the bottom of the properties panel to create the group.

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14 1. Click the container in the left menu to display the container action menu and select Properties on the right tab menu. The monitor properties edit page is displayed in the Contents panel. 2. Edit the monitor properties form as needed. 3. When the required fields are complete, click the OK button at the bottom of the properties panel to update the monitor.

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16 1. Right-click the container in the left menu to display the container action menu and select Delete. A confirmation message is displayed. 2. Click OK to confirm the action. The monitor is deleted.

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18 1. Right-click the container in the left menu to display the container action menu and select Copy. 2. Select the SiteScope node or monitor group node where you want the copy of the group to be created. 3. Right-click the container in the left menu to display the container action menu and select Paste. SiteScope adds a copy of the group to that selected node.

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21 Tools for automatically connecting to and querying different kinds of systems and applications used in enterprise business systems. Different monitor types provide the generic capabilities for performing actions specific to different systems.

22 1. Select the monitor group container into which you want add the monitor. 2. Right-click the container in the left menu to display the container action menu and select New Monitor. The New SiteScope Monitor selection list is displayed in the Contents panel. 3. Click on the monitor name for the monitor type that you want to add. 4. Complete the monitor properties form as indicated. 5. When the required fields are complete, click the OK button at the bottom of the properties panel to create the monitor.

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24 1. Select the monitor element that you want to edit. The applicable container Contents panel is displayed. 2. In the Monitors section, click on the monitor edit icon to the right of the monitor that you want to edit. The monitor properties edit page is displayed in the Contents panel, as described above. 3. Edit the monitor properties form as needed. 4. When the required fields are complete, click the OK button at the bottom of the properties panel to update the monitor.

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26 1. Using the left menu, select the monitor element you want to delete. 2. Right-click the container in the left menu to display the container action menu and select Delete. A confirmation message is displayed. 3. Click OK to confirm the action. The monitor is deleted.

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28 1. Select the monitor you want to copy. 2. Right-click the container in the left menu to display the container action menu and select Copy. 3. Select the monitor group node where you want the copy of the monitor to be created. 4. Right-click the container in the left menu to display the container action menu and select Paste. SiteScope adds a copy of the monitor to the selected monitor group.

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30 Windows Recources Monitor, we need to: 1. Create Windows server remote 2. Create Windows Resources Monitor Unix Resources Monitor, we need to: 1. Create Unix/AIX server remote 2. Create Unix Resources Monitor

31 Login to Sitescope console > Click Remote Servers > Right click on Microsoft Windows Remote Servers > New

32 Fill the mandatory field

33 Login to Sitescope console > click Monitors > right click on a folder > New > Monitor

34 Choose Monitor type

35 Set the resources that you want to monitor

36 Set the threshold setting

37 Set the HP Integration setting to send the indicator value to HP BSM

38 Login to Sitescope console > Click Remote Servers > Right click on UNIX Remote Servers > New

39 Fill the mandatory field

40 Login to Sitescope console > click Monitors > right click on a folder > New > Monitor

41 Choose Monitor type

42 Set the resources that you want to monitor

43 Set the threshold setting

44 Set the HP Integration setting to send the indicator value to HP BSM

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46 Alerts are added as elements to the SiteScope menu tree. They can be added as a child to SiteScope (as a global alert), to a monitor group, or to an individual monitor. By default, SiteScope sends one alert as soon as any monitor it is associated with detects an error condition. When you create an alert scheme in SiteScope, you create alert actions to be triggered when the alert conditions are met. You can create multiple alert actions for an alert scheme

47 By default, SiteScope sends one alert as soon as any monitor it is associated with detects an error condition. It is important to note that the sample interval corresponds to how often the monitor is run. If a monitor runs every fifteen seconds and the alert is set to be sent after the third error reading, the alert will be sent 30 seconds after the error was detected. If the monitor run interval is once every hour with the same alert setup the alert would not be sent until 2 hours later.

48 Available options : Always, after the condition has occurred at least N times Once, after condition occures exactly N times Initially alert X times, and repeat every Y times Once, after X group errors Once, after all monitors in this group are in error

49 1. Select the SiteScope monitor group container or monitor element to which you want to associate the alert definition. 2. If necessary, click the Contents tab from the right panel view menu. The applicable Contents panel is displayed. 3. Click the New Alert button at the top of the Contents view or at the bottom of the Alerts section of the Contents area. Alternately, you can right-click the container in the left menu to display the container action menu and select New Alert. The Add Alert selection page is displayed in the content panel. 4. Select the icon for the alert type. The Add Alert Settings page for the selected icon is displayed.

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52 1. Select the alert definition element you want to edit and click the Edit button at the bottom of the properties panel. Alternately, you can right-click the container in the left menu to display the container action menu and select Edit. 2. Make the desired changes to alert definition in the applicable alert properties panel. 3. Click the OK button to save the changes.

53 1. Select the alert definition element you want to delete. 2. Right-click the container in the left menu to display the container action menu and select Delete. A confirmation message is displayed. 3. Click OK to confirm the action. The alert definition is deleted.

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55 Login to Sitescope web console. Choose the group or the monitor which you want to get the report from. In the right pane, click Report menu tab. Click the icon “New” Then choose “Quick”.

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57 Choose the report target Set the Display setting

58 You can create filter, schedule, and choose the report period. Choose the Report format. There are 3 format: HTML, Text, and XML.

59 You can also send the report to address. Then click Generate Report.

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61 The SiteScope Tools node contains a number of utilities that are useful to test the monitoring environment. You can use these tools to make a variety of requests and queries of systems you are trying to monitor and view detailed results of the action. This may include simply testing network connectivity or verifying login authentication for accessing an external database or service. The following tables list diagnostic tools that are available. See the applicable sections for more information about these tools.

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64 Copy \groups\*.* to your backup directory OR Using Sitescope Configuration Tools to export all configuration data

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