We've created a "landing page" for a collection of support resources pertaining to the Tivoli System Automation for Multiplatforms (TSA MP) product. Think of it as the home page for your initial Support needs. Here's the direct URL :
This page is permanently linked off TSAMP's IBM Support Portal site, referred to as "Featured documents".
The landing page is actually divided into a collection of categories, each with their own home page. For example :
- Installation & Migration
- Configuration & Customization
- Operation & Maintenance
Each of these pages has a collection of technotes, whitepapers, presentations, and other useful links.
Lastly, the landing page has a set of quick links to the most common resources, such as the latest fixpacks, product guides, diagnostic data collection tool, and documents to help you with data collection strategies.
Data Center Automation
We've created a "landing page" for a collection of support resources pertaining to the Tivoli System Automation for Multiplatforms (TSA MP) product. Think of it as the home page for your initial Support needs. Here's the direct URL :
This is a good article from our Dev Team about how to setup Shared Storage with SAMP on Linux and VMware ESX with examples.
IBM Tivoli System Automation for Multiplatforms
- Introduction & Overview -
A software solution that leverages policy-based, self-healing and cross-platform application automation capabilities to realize monitoring and operation of a multitiered environment, manage outages, automatic recovery and movement of resources. (Tivoli System Automation for Mutiplatforms will be abbreviated as SAMP in this article.)
SAMP is build upon Reliable Scaleable Cluster Technology (RSCT). This is a distributed, decentralized cluster management system. On each node in an RSCT cluster run several deamons. SAMP adds some more deamons.
A SAMP cluster consists of 1..32 nodes, each with the following installed components:
The components are realized as deamons running on each node with one dynamically designated master/group leader for each component.
RSCT and SAMP commands
Any type of hardware or software defined to RMC by mkrsrc or automatically discovered via harvesting. A resource is an instance of a resource class that defines its characteristics in form of resource attributes. A resource becomes a managed resource by insertion in a resource group via addrgmbr.
Resource groups are logical container for a collection of resources that can be treated as one logical instance. Members can be serial fixed or serial floating resouces as well as nested resource groups.
Resource group members
An equivalency is a collection of resources that provide the same functionality. An equivalency consists of a set of fixed resources from the same resource class.
There are two types of equivalency:
A managed reslationship is a directed relation between a source resource and one or more target resources, possibly cross node boundaries. Relationship attributes may be used with condition attributes. Relationships are instances of the class IBM.ManagedRelationship.
Relationships for start/stop behaviour
Original Author: Martin Reitz (Oct. 2007)
Here are some power-user commands mainly for servicing SA MP which I have gathered over time and are worth sharing. They can be made into shell aliases or just used as is. Have fun!
Get SAMP version
Get RSCT version
Check operator commands
for NODE in `lsrpnode -x | cut -f1 -d' '` ; do ssh $NODE cat /var/ct/IBM.RecoveryRM.log; done
Periodically check RSCT subsystems (watch) - AIX
while [ 1 -eq 1 ]; do clear; date; lssrc -g rsct_rm | grep active; sleep 10; done
Set all resource groups online/offline
"Consolidation drives value." "Manage less and do more."
These initiatives, and many others like them, make sense from a financial standpoint, but can often lead to sleepless nights for operations managers once they realize the majority of their business, sometimes as much as 85%, is now run out of a single datacenter or a single platform. What happens when the system goes down? What happens when my datacenter loses connectivity? How quickly can I recover from an outage? Do I even need to recover, can I just roll-over to an active or passive backup?
Many mission critical core business applications, from larger vendors such as SAP and their ERP solutions, are run in datacenters much like this. However through high-availability and disaster recovery (HADR) capabilities provided by IBM, these datacenters can establish a failover policy to prevent even the slightest interruption to your company’s centralized business processes and financial systems.
IBM’s core HADR capabilities are provided by the Tivoli System Automation family of products, which we’ll specifically touch on System Automation for Multiplatforms here. Tivoli System Automation for Multiplatforms (SA MP) is a high availability clustering solution with advanced automation capabilities. It includes out-of-the-box resiliency policies for many IBM products delivering mission-critical capabilities to our customers. SA MP is the default, built-in HADR solution for IBM DB2 for Linux, Unix, and Windows available at no extra charge to DB2 LUW customers. The expansive capability of System Automation to provide a single point-of-view into your HADR capabilities and manage them, whether your fail-over datacenters are across the street or across the continent, provides immense value to our customers in managing their heterogeneous environments.
One such customer leveraging these out-of-the-box policies from SA MP for DB2, and by extension SAP, is China Ocean Shipping (Group) Company. For a detailed overview of the entire solution implemented by COSCO, including IBM POWER hardware capabilties, please follow the link below. In this post, I’ll briefly touch on how COSCO was able to leverage HADR capabilities to prevent major damage to the business during multiple datacenter outages. COSCO consolidated much of their business operations onto a single SAP ERP solution, but required the highest levels of service availability from this single system. By putting their SAP solution on top of DB2 and leveraging the HADR capabilities provided by SA MP, this customer was able to deploy a single SAP ERP solution across multiple datacenters worldwide, offering near real-time replication. These HADR capabilities and benefits were fully realized multiple times when the customer’s main datacenters experience prolonged outages, including the historic 2011 Tōhoku earthquake. They were able to seamlessly switch over from their datacenter in Tokyo to the off-site datacenter in Beijing, with virtually no service interruption.
Now the actual definition of “disaster recovery” may not always come to mind when you are planning your HADR strategies, but Tivoli System Automation, along with the many other IBM products it is embedded in are available to minimize your key HADR metrics, both recovery point objective (RPO) and recovery time objective (RTO). Many additional policies are available for other IBM and third-party products to monitor and ensure the availability for your business services. For more information on how you can be completely confident in your business’s HADR solution, check out the links below for a deeper dive into Tivoli System Automation for Multiplatforms.
For more information:
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We just published a solution in our product wiki on how to setup an SA MP end-to-end automation adapter with a non-root user:
Feedback very welcome!
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You are interested in a sneak preview of content we intend to deliver with the next releases of SA Application Manager and SA Multiplatforms?
You always wanted to know how you can integrate IBM Tivoli Workload Scheduler with SA Application Manager?
Have you ever wondered how our new user interface looks like? Or what a ServerGroup is? Or how you can easily understand what's going on in a SA MP cluster?
Then our Tivoli System Automation Open Program developerWorks group will link you to answers. We are sharing presentation material from the European Operations Technical Conference 2013 (EOTC)! Check it out, and engage with us - and join the developerWorks community!
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Ever wondered how to easily set up an end-to-end automation policy for a complex, heterogeneous business application, e.g. a portal consisting of Webservers, Websphere Application Server and DB2?
We've got a solution for you! It will guide you through the process of setting up the end-to-end automation policy including Agentless Adapter policies. It comes with a documentation, the end-to-end automation policy and predefined Agentless Adapter policies for the Webservers and Websphere Application Server and scripts to instrument them.
We have just published this solution to ISM - try it out: http://www-304.ibm.com/software/brandcatalog/ismlibrary/details?catalog.label=1TW10SA09
Isabell Sippli(IBM) 060000X124 Tags:  gse eotc samp system-automation saam automation 4,435 Views
Dear Automation Experts,
We have limited space available in our auditorium and therefore safe your seat and register as soon as possible!
We had a great first demo call yesterday on the new user interface of SA Application Manager that we intend to ship with the v3.next release - and we recorded it! (https://ibm.biz/BdxKQV)
Less then two weeks left to Pulse 2013 (March 3 - 6) the top event on Cloud, IT and Service Management in Las Vegas to share best practices with 8,000 of your peers and hear from IBM business partners and top industry analysts on the latest trends and hottest IT topics.
Part of the Cloud and IT Optimization stream (http://www.ibm.com/software/tivoli/pulse/agenda/cloud.html#content) will be the Automated Operations Technical Council (AOTC).
Join this track to gain the knowledge you need to protect your business and IT services through end-to-end high availability, automation, and disaster recovery solutions. The AOTC continues its long term focus on the IBM Tivoli® System Automation family across distributed and z environments. This highly technical track is ideal for automation technical experts, IT project managers, and IT operations specialists who want to maximize the value of their system automation portfolio.
There will be developers giving updates on the latest development , practitioners, customers and users talking about their experience. For example there will be customer sessions on 'Advanced SAP Automation using Tivoli System Automation' an 'High Availability and Cross Platform Automation of a Complex Banking Applications'.
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We're very close to our first Open Program Call on Tivoli System Automation Application Manager(https://ibm.biz/BdxKhQ)
Main focus of this call is the new User Interface we intend to ship based on that new platform in a v3.next release.
We'll post a recording on our Open Program developerWorks community (https://ibm.biz/BdxSCL)- stay tuned!
This IBM support webpage (http://www.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg27024950&myns=swgtiv&mynp=OCSSRM2X&mync=R) features the documents most frequently requested by our customers, as well as other information identified by Support as valuable in helping answer questions related to IBM Tivoli System Automation for Multplatforms (TSAMP). A must read if you run System Automation on AIX, Linux, Solaris or Windows.
Downloads and Updates
such as 'Checking and Adjusting Heartbeat sensitivity'
Presentations from Support
Whitepapers from Support
such as 'Rolling Upgrade Procedure for a TSAMP Automated HADR Environment - Oct 2011.pdf'
Learning more about TSAMP
IBM Software Support Resources
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The Open Program for IBM Tivoli System Automation started.
We are developing the next version of our products:
In the Open Program, we are going to show you selected features and improvements that we intend to include in future releases of SA AppMan and SA MP. We are looking forward to discuss these features and improvements with you and receive your feedback.
You have the chance to participate in this new development and
influence during the Open Program for IBM Tivoli System Automation
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If you're writing workflows you have no doubt encountered the DCMQuery/Insert/Update functions. They rely on an archaic DCMAccess notation which can be difficult to figure out, especially for very complex queries. The main point is that you start with some known information and from that known you gather new info based on data model relationships. Certain objects have certain relationships and therefore you can link from one item to the next based on this context. Sort of like the game '7-degrees of Kevin Bacon'. Sort of.
To make this job a bit easier you can utilize the DCM object browser tool, available for your download from the ISM library.
The tool relies on the existing DcmObjectMappingsDocument.xml which can be found on the TPM server under the TIO_HOME/xml directory. A simple 'ReadMe.txt' file located in the download zip will help guide you though the configuration and usage of the tool.
example usage picture:
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I just wanted to take a moment to spread the word about a new performance cookbook resource available from the IBM Service Management (ISM) Library. You can find it here:
This cookbook is based on the latest available version of TPM 7210 and combines all the most recent performance improvements available. Performance areas discussed in the cookbook include:
Grab your copy today!
Should we or shouldn't we?
The typical question of the IT Manager when her/his datacenter automation software releases a new fixpack. This question stems from prior nightmares attempting to deploy fixes that were half-baked, poorly documented and delivered in haste.
I'm not an 'alpha' adopter but I certainly am an early adopter. The reasoning I take into deploying a new fix or new release fixpack is that I want the newest features, I want the bugs corrected - especially if there is a specific one that I'm subscribed to, and I want the latest enhancements in stability and serviceability. This will invariably cause some churn in my current calendar which may in turn force other projects to take a break, downtime will have to be scheduled, and service request tickets opened to alert dependent teams, but that short team pain will always bring a longer term gain.
Further reasons to keep up to date include the following:
To emphasize this point we'll look at the upcoming TPM 7210-IFIX03 release due at the end of October 2012. In it we include a host of fixes and enhancements which improve the overall function and quality of the product. In particular a migration function to upgrade your WebSphere version 6.1 to version 7.0. This is really key for shops that need to keep their web-hosting environments running at the latest technology and security levels. The IFIX03 installation is redesigned as well, moving many of the prior manual steps into scripted pre- and post- installation sections. This is really great and should be a major step forward at alleviating many common maintenance headaches. While you're at it you should also take a moment to register for the upcoming training on this TPM721 IFIX03 release,
The tool appcmd can be used for testing policies of IBM Tivoli System Automation for Multiplatforms and policies of IBM Tivoli System Automation Application Manager Agentless Adapter. You can use it to instrument IBM.Application or IBM.RemoteApplication resources. appcmd simulates resources, allows to mimic failures and tracks the execution of commands which makes it a useful tool to develop and test policies.
We publish appcmd in version 4 for free in our IBM System Automation for Multiplatforms Wiki page here
New in version 4:
* appcmd is configured using the properties file /etc/opt/IBM/tsamp/sam/cfg/appcmd.properties
* The location where appcmd stores the state of the simultated resources can be configured
* The tool appcmd_policy_converter.pl which converts XML policies with real applications to appcmd
This self-paced audio-visual course provides an overview of the System Automation for z/OS 3.4 functional differences as they relate to implementation and administration. This is is the first of three courses in a set of courses that cover implementation and administration differences. The other two courses provide demonstrations and additional details on specific topics. The functional differences associated with operational commands are covered in a separate set of courses.
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How and where to download a software fix from. Did you know?
- You can isolate to only certain types of fixes?
- You can upload an inventory file, and have fixes for all those products listed for selection?
- Did you know that Fix Central supports pre-rec and co-rec associations, so that you will know if a fix you need has other required changes even for distributed platforms?
The Olympics always bring a strong sense of competition as countries vie for top honors, fueled with nationalism and pure athletic pride on the line. In every sport there is almost always one competitor out in front, willing to wear a target on her/his back, doing the extra training and utilizing his/her resources more effectively when the challenge arises. We admire their grace, strength and success. We desire their quality.
Without launching into a philosophical discussion on quality, I do want to tie the above premise into an IT model: The end result of doing the right work, spending the extra time to plan and design, and implementing the right features will be perceived as a high quality solution.
What I like the most about working at IBM is that we always set the bar high. Sometimes too high - we may set out to create something too vast, too complex with too many variables. While this may not provide us with the quickest or cheapest solution, over time and with the right ingredients, we generally come out with something ground breaking and pack-leading. Quarter after quarter, year after year, decades on, our products tend to shape the market. Other technologies that did not have the right 'stuff', even internal projects which were explored but do not pan out for public consumption, fall by the side and take silver and bronze. With IBM gold is in our blood - just like the Olympic competitor keen to achieve success, our focus on quality and exceeding customer expectations will always lead us to delivering the right products and solutions.
Setting the bar high means that sometimes you will fail to hit your mark, but just like the Olympic athlete on center stage for all the world to see, you would prefer to give it your best with the highest challenge on the line than to sit on the sideline and settle for less.
The Internet is changing the face of product support. It is an undeniable fact that the manner in which we attempt to resolve problems, be they complex software applications or finding the closest Italian restaurant, is entirely different than 10, 5, or even 2 years ago. In all facets of our daily lives, how we search for answers to even the simplest of problems have been forever changed through online technology and capabilities. The Internet permeates all aspects of our lives; how many readers of this blog post do not understand the phrase "Just Google it"?While one might argue social business is still maturing and that the social media landscape is still quite dynamic and reminiscent of the Old West (anyone still have a MySpace account?). the commitment to social business has seen tremendous growth in the halls of IBM Software Support. This acknowledgement of the import of social business is in no small part due to the explosion and popularity of these mediums as a viable means to resolve issues through a collection(s) of peer users. Community based, or to use the cool kid's lingo, crowdsourcing, allows you to move far beyond traditional support models. Prefer a concise and direct notification system? There is a Tivoli Support Twitter page. Want to engage in a dialogue with your peers? Check out the just released IBM Tivoli Support Facebook page. If you want to do more than just "like" the FB page, join the Tivoli Support Facebook group. Are you a visual learner? The IBM Electronic Support Channel on YouTube have generated over 50,000 views! There are hundreds of online instructional videos also available at the IBM Education Assistant site.
Nowhere is this more apparent than the emerging use of social media in the business environment. Over the past few years, social venues like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and others have transformed from purely social offerings to bona fide business tools. For additional insight into IBM's approach and use of social business in the enterprise, I highly recommend following Sandy Carter, the IBM Vice President of Social Business. Sandy is an acclaimed author, expert, and evangelist in this business context.
Two of the most prominent IBM online offerings dedicated to problem resolution are the Support Portal and Service Requests systems. The Support Portal is the gateway into resolving your product issues. You can configure the portal and add any and all IBM Software products your organization utilizes. From the portal, you can search our extensive knowledge base, download product documentation, review deployment and configuration best practices, and obtain product updates and maintenance. Service Requests (SR) is the system where you can easily create new PMRs, view existing tickets. Two years ago, less than 20% of all new PMRs were created through the use of the SR system. Today, almost 50% of all PMRs originate electronically from the SR system..
I could go on and on about our IBM eSupport initiatives and will continue to focus and highlight online tooling in future posts. For now, I hope you take the time to review some of these tools and systems. I'm confident you will realize immediate value from these offerings. I welcome all comments on any aspect of Tivoli product support delivery. What works for you, and just as importantly, what's not working or what's totally missing. Our constant and driving objective is to continually improve the consistency and caliber of support we provide and your feedback in these forums is crucial to these goals.
Die diesjährige deutsch sprachige GSE Konferenz "Automation Guide" wird vom 23. bis 26. Oktober 2012 in Aachen stattfinden.
Wie jedes Jahr erwarten uns wieder viele interessante Vorträge und Berichte von Kunden und IBM Entwicklern im Bereich der Automation, Hochverfügbarkeit und Disaster Recovery mit Hilfe der Tivoli System Automation Produkt Familie.
Mehr Informationen zu dieser Veranstaltung finden sich auf der GSE Termin Seite. Wir freuen uns natürlich über Bekannte wie auch neue Teilnehmer. Vorschläge zu Themen die diskutiert werden sollten oder gar eigene Beiträge sind sehr willkommen - auf der GSE Seite finden sich die Namen der Ansprechpartner.
With the 188.8.131.52 release of System Automation Application Manager, the capability to manage virtual guests on zEnterprise hardware has been introduced. This allows the SA Application Manager to start and stop virtual servers hosted inside the zEnterprise Ensemble.
As this functionality is not only available via the graphical interfaces but also for the command line, our team developed some sample scripts, written in PERL, to show several possibilities of eezcs scripting. You can also browse our manuals for detailed description of the new commands connect, lsnode, and nodereq.
Description: This script will accept one virtual server name (as it is shown in the zEnterprise HMC interface) and search for the mapping to a hostname in the domains known to the e2e manager. Once found the matching server is printed to STDOUT. If you want to adapt this script for later use, you should probably use it as a starting point for a general use method and instead return the name of the hostname to the caller.
Idea: Possibly you want to stop a VirtualServer, with the hostname available to you, you are able to exclude that node before stopping it.
Description: This script will accept one hypervisor name (as it is shown in the zEnterprise HMC interface) and search for all mappings to hostnames in the domains known to the e2e manager. At the end all matches are printed to STDOUT. If you want to adapt this script for later use, you should probably use it as a starting point for a general use method and instead return the names of the hostnames to the caller.
Idea: Use this script to determine all hostnames for preparation tasks prior to a hypervisor shutdown, or determine whether your applications are sufficiently spread over multiple hypervisors.
Description: This script will accept one hostname, a timeout (in seconds), and a resource name (fully qualified). It will then start to search for the hostname in the connected domains. On the first match, the node will be started in that domain. The script will wait until the node is online in the automation domain it connected to. Afterwards a resource (identified by the third parameter) will be started.
Idea: Tthis script can be used inside a large system bringup, managing the relationship from soft- to hardware.
Description: This script accepts one e2e resource reference or group name. It will start all servers necessary for this e2e resource, wait until they are operational and then start the e2e resource. This script uses a fixed timeout for each startWait operation of 10 minutes.
Idea: This script shows an example of a complete dependency, from hardware, to first-level-automation domain applications, to an end-to-end-reference.
Download the complete package from our Wiki.
Feedback on any of the scripts, new ideas for scripts and questions about other tasks is very welcome in our forum.
Proper maintenance of your Provisioning Server is necessary for smooth data center management operations. Without following basic guidelines for disk management and resource handling you can find yourself unable to perform necessary provisioning actions when the time comes.
The key aspect for TPM datacenter performance is the database connection. We do most of our testing and performance baselines using IBM DB2 and as such most of our recommendations are made towards configuring the DB2 management server appropriately. A few key items to review:
For more information on the above and additional TPM maintenance topics, like database backups, WebSphere settings and TPM java configuration for high scale, please review the Support Technical Exchange: TPM721 - Hygiene and Maintenance. For a full video replay of the STE event please follow the link: https://de202.centra.com:443/GA/main/0000007b4703000001371b4729a6a40c
Password: tiv0li ("0" is a zero)
Gain Visibility, Control and Automation across your organization and infrastructure boundaries.
Are you looking to increase your personal skills in the Service Management arena?
Are a responsible for a team of Tivoli professionals who need to delve deeper into the products?
Would you or your team benefit from learning deep technical skills from real experts in their fields?
Then the EMEA Tivoli & Security Technical Conference 2012 is just what you need!
One of the many business benefits of honing your skills at this conference is the enhanced return
on investment in Tivoli & Security products. Whether you learn best by listening, watching or by doing,
we have it covered with our expert presentations, demos and hands on labs.
Take this opportunity to attend the only IBM Tivoli & Security Technical conference in Europe this year,
but be quick, as places are limited and early booking is highly recommended! Book before July 31st and
receive a 10% discount and 2 free certification exams worth $400! Tivoli solutions are at the heart
of IBM’s Smarter Planet initiative. In addition to our deep technical sessions we will focus on some
actual projects, and related technologies. We are excited to demonstrate our best practices based on
comprehensive Tivoli implementation projects. Whether your role in managing a dynamic infrastructure
is executive leadership, security, operations, storage, production, delivery, facilities or communications
service, the most valuable opportunity to gain the necessary service management skills is at the EMEA Tivoli
& Security Technical Conference. This year, the event offers:
“How to” technical classes taught by product experts
Hands-on demos, labs and workshops
Panel discussion about challenges, best practices and lessons learned
The latest solutions and demos from IBM partners
Today we added a new utility to the SA Application Manager WIKI which allows to model tasks as SA resources. This utility can be used together with the Agentless Adapter of the SA Application Manager as well as for the instrumentation of resources in SA for Multiplatforms.
What are task resources?
With System Automation it is possible to manage the availability of all resources in a datacenter. System Automation ensures the availability 24x7 by constantly monitoring the availability of defined resources and automatically reacts on unplanned outages. Furthermore System Automation helps in planned start/stop and relocation scenarios for all the defined resources. Tasks in the context of System Automation are simple, reoccurring actions that an operator has to perform on a cluster like backups, installing updates or changing configurations of some service. Until now, these actions could hardly be represented in a System Automation policy without writing a suitable wrapper around these commands.
With the new concept of „Task Resources“ System Automation enables you to manage these routine maintenance jobs together with the management of high available, resilient services. With System Automation Application Manager it is now possible to:
Ensure Resiliency of services: The main purpose of high availability clustering is to ensure the availability of components that provide continuous service to their consumers. This has been the main function so far provided by System Automation. Typical examples are daemon processes, windows services or in other words: long running processes that have to stay available and running.
Do re-occuring daily tasks: Tasks that have to be executed on a regular base to maintain a proper operational state for those services. Typically these are shell scripts - examples are: create backups, reconfigure setups, apply fixes, delete logs, etc.
The new utility named “eeztask” is now available to provide simple means to express these task-like actions (e.g. create copies of log files) as standard automation resources and thus integrate them in any System Automation policy.
Find the utility and a detailed description in our WIKI in the Best Practices Section of the SA Application Manager - following this link:
We would be happy to get your feedback - post a comment to this blog, or to our forum and share what you think and how you use this new tool.
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Tivoli System Automation Application Manager 3.2.2 has released its first pre-canned End-to-end policy. This policy is called "End-to-end Disaster Recovery with DB2 HADR" and is available on the ISM Connect library:
It is a disaster recovery (DR) solution with System Automation Application Manager as single point of control for operating and disaster recovery actions. Application data is replicated software-based with IBM DB2 high availability disaster recovery (HADR) across data centers. Because this generic solution is policy-based, it can be customized to your application landscape.
You should check this out if you are looking for a DR solution for your application that stores its data in a DB2 data store. You can even combine this solution with a high availability clustering in one site or extend a System Automation for Multiplatforms high availablity setup with this DR capabilities.
System Automation Application Manager has recently been released in a new Version "3.2.2" !!!
Following is a short summary list of new features:
For more information have a look into our WIKI: Overview of features in new release.
A new presentation with tips and tricks for the following user interfaces of SA Application Manager has been published on the WIKI:
Find the presentation in the Best Practices How To's section using the following link: