IBM Tivoli Monitoring products monitor the performance and availability of operating systems and applications. In this course you learn about the Tivoli Monitoring architecture and how to navigate the Tivoli Enterprise Portal. You also learn how to manage situation events, visualize real-time and historical data, manage user authorities, and publish monitoring workspaces.
This basic course is for users and administrators of all Tivoli Monitoring products that use the Tivoli Enterprise Portal as the user interface.
Describe the Tivoli Monitoring architecture.
Use and navigate the Tivoli Enterprise Portal to monitor and manage an enterprise monitoring solution built with Tivoli Monitoring.
Manage the Tivoli Monitoring infrastructure by starting and stopping components, using the self-monitoring workspaces and topology, and building managed system groups.
Build situations to monitor the enterprise.
Access situation events, situation event details, and status changes.
Manage events effectively using facilities provided with Tivoli Monitoring.
Build visualizations of enterprise monitoring data and personalize workspace data, and build workspace views.
Manage historical data collection and use historical data within Tivoli Enterprise Portal and Tivoli Common Reporting.
Manage user authorizations and user groups.
You should have:
Working knowledge of Windows and Linux operating systems
Working knowledge of an Internet browser
Introduction and overview
Using and navigating the Tivoli Enterprise Portal
Managing Tivoli Monitoring components
Monitoring your enterprise
Situation event management
Visualizing monitoring data
Introduction to Dashboard Application Services Hub
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