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- Integrating Multiple CMDBs
- Integrating Multiple CMDBs Overview
- Use Cases – Multiple CMDB Deployments: Discovery-CMS Solution
- Multiple Deployments with Version 9.x/10.x CMDBs Using Population
- Multiple Deployments with Version 9.x/10.x CMDBs Using Data Push
- Federation in Version 9.x/10.x CMDBs
- How to Perform Initial UCMDB-UCMDB Synchronization
- How to Configure Global ID Generation
- How to Use SSL with the UCMDB 9.x/10.x Adapter
- How to Set Up Integrations Between Multiple CMDBs
- How to Push Data from Authorized State to Actual State
- How to Protect CIs from Being Deleted on Target CMDBs during Data Push
- Troubleshooting and Limitations
The Discovery-CMS solution enables the division of the workload and Discovery capacity over more than one CMDB.
Discovery 1 CMDB
Discovery 2 CMDB
The central CMDB acting as the CMS
Both Discovery CMDBs are responsible for running different discovery jobs in the domain, and containing all the discovered topology. The CMS populates the node, interface, and IP from both Discovery CMDBs, and federates the node resource CIs (CPU, file system, and printer) from Discovery 1 CMDB. The CMS federates the node resource CIs (OS user, process, and printer) from Discovery 2 CMDB. When a user runs a view that requests these resources on the CMS, they are brought seamlessly using federation.
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