CA Introscope integration to SAP FRUN
Running the Simple System Integration (SSI) for the CA Introscope Enterprise Manager the file
<EM_HOME>/sap/<FRUN_SID>_srsm.e2emai.properties has to be created to enable the Introscope Push service (see SAP Note 1751225).
Accordingly the user sapadm running the Diagnostics Agent assigned to the Enterprise Manager host has to have read/write permissions to the above listed folder.
Since FRUN does not yet support an Introscope EM cluster a workaround must be applied to connect a MoM as a "faked" Standalone EM to Focused Run. To do so the property
com.sap.sldds.override.type=EnterpriseManager has to be added in file <EM_HOME>/config/IntroscopeEnterpriseManager.properties. As a result the MoM appears as Standalone EM in LMDB,
CA Introscope integration to SAP Solution Manager
This page summarizes information on CA Introscope setup steps within Solution Manager.
You may also see for information about CA Introscope.
Solution Manager Basic Configuration => Configure CA Introscope
In this Solution Manager setup step, you connect existing CA Introscope Enterprise Managers to SAP Solution Manager.
When discovering EMs these are made known to Solution Manager.
For this setup action some files of Enterprise Manager have to be read:
- <EM_HOME>/bin/EMService.conf (Windows only)
Also some files of the Enterprise Manager get edited by different Solution Manager setup steps:
- <EM_HOME>/config/IntroscopeEnterpriseManager.properties (Basic Configuration => Configure CA Introscope => Discover Introscope EM)
- <EM_HOME>/config/users.xml (Basic Configuration => Configure CA Introscope => User Management)
- <EM_HOME>/config/domains.xml (Basic Configuration => Configure CA Introscope => User Management)
- <EM_HOME>/sap/<SolMan_SID>.e2emai.properties (Basic Configuration => Configure Automatically => Push DPC Configuration to CA Introscope)
- <EM_HOME>/config/agentcluster.xml (Managed Systems Configuration => Configure Automatically => Generate System-level Metrics)
Accordingly the user running the Diagnostics Agent assigned to the Enterprise Manager host has to have read/write permissons to the above listed folders and files.
Basic Configuration => Configure Automatically => Push DPC Configuration to CA Introscope
In this automatic activity, you send the Data Provider Connector configuration to the CA Introscope Enterprise Managers. This information is required to enable CA Introscope Enterprise Managers to send data via the DPC push functionality to the SAP Solution Manager system. In other words the Enterprise Manger then knows to which Solution Manager(s) it has to send metrics to Monitoring and Alerting Infrastructure.
You may also see SAP Note 1751225 Introscope Push.
If the Diagnostics Agent assigned to the Enterprise Manager host got changed this activity has to be executed again.
Managed Systems Configuration => Enter System Parameters => Common Parameters
In this step you can choose the Enterprise Manager which will be used by the managed system agents to report performance data.
The Enterprise Managers of type MoM (Manager of Managers) and Standalone are available to be chosen. The Enterprise Managers defined as Collectors will not be shown in this step. If a MoM scenario is configured, it is required to choose the MoM EM. In this case, the agents will connect firstly to the MoM EM and then they will be automatically redirected to a collector node.
Managed Systems Configuration => Configure Automatically => Generate System-level Metrics
In this automatic activity, you enable CA Introscope Enterprise Manager to aggregate performance metrics on system and instance level. System and instance level aggregates of selected metrics are used in system monitoring.
Introscope agents report metrics per Java node to the Enterprise Manager. By adapting the agentclusters.xml file, the Enterprise Manager is enabled to build instance and system level aggregates for selected metrics.