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PI Monitoring Setup Guide


 

 

To set up PI Monitoring, you perform 3 preparation steps:

1. Configure the Managed Systems:

Managed System Configuration for all managed systems that are part of the PI Domain is a prerequisite for PI monitoring use case. You configure the managed systems in Solution Manager Configuration under Managed Systems Configuration using the Full Configuration Mode. Configuring managed systems is a series of steps. For more information on each step, see the detailed help documentation in SAP Solution Manager Configuration.

2. Setting up System Landscape Directory (SLD):

Monitoring solutions focus on technical scenarios. A technical scenario corresponds to a PI Domain with its PI components. As a prerequisite you need to create an SLD destination for which the PI Domain information (central SLD or a local SLD) is required.

For more information on Creation of SLD, see Solution Manager Configuration (transaction SOLMAN_SETUP) → Mandatory Configuration → Infrastructure Preparation → Set Up landscape Management → SLD Connections.

Note that the SLDs that you create in SAP Solution Manager 7.2 should be the same as the SLDs maintained in SAP Solution Manager 7.1 including protocol, host, and port or else the content activation will fail.

Note that while creating the SLD Connection, SLD Role must be of type PI SLD.

After creation the SLD, choose Save in Step 1.1 (SLD Connection) before moving to the next step  

3. Setting up PI Monitoring:

The PI domain with all its PI components must be known to SAP Solution Manager for central PI Monitoring. PI domain is modeled as Technical Scenario of type PI Monitoring in LMDB. You configure the PI monitoring in Solution Manager Configuration under Application OperationsIntegration MonitoringProcess Integration. PI monitoring setup is a series of steps. For more information on each step, see the detailed help documentation in SAP Solution Manager Configuration.

 


 

 

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