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IBM Technical Support July Newsletter (Latest Netcool updates July 2016 with latest free online education videos and useful Links)
Here are two videos demonstrating the new features of Omnibus Webgui FP6 created by Developers (Steve Howell and Mark Byford ) they describe the new Java applet replacement : Lightweight event dashboard view and editor among other features
as well as troubleshooting
OMNIbus Web GUI 220.127.116.11 : Lightweight Event Dashboard Operator View
OMNIbus Web GUI 18.104.22.168 : Lightweight Event Dashboard Editor
IBM Tivoli Netcool/Impact V7.1.0 Fix Pack 6 Released (7.1.0-TIV-NCI-FP0006)
Two great new videos here from our resident netcool expert Jim Hutchsinson (IBM Senior Support Engineer) on
Event flow within omnibus and how to troubleshoot these types of issues
1. Event flow in a multitier environment
The flow of events in the Netcool/OMNIbus system relies on the consistency of the the @Identifier, and ServerNamer/ServerSerial.
Each layer within the multitier system handles events slightly differently, and is designed to fulfill a specific purpose.
Events that are expected to arrive at the desktop may not.
Tracking down why events are lost or updated/deleted incorrectly can be performed using a number of techniques. This presentation discusses how to track events within a multi-tier system.
courtesy of resident IBM Webgui Subject Matter Expert Shannon Clements
IBM Operation Analytics - Log Analysis:
Upgrading from Log Analysis 22.214.171.124 to 126.96.36.199 Video Demo
Created by Senior Support Engineer and Team Lead for the SCALA and SCAPI portfolio Chee Yen Mau
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