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Pinned topic ITCAM Agents Intsallation

‏2012-02-01T19:38:00Z |
Hello All,

I am New to ITCAM.Could you please help me out with the installation of ITCAM agents on Linux.Please share if any documents available so that it helps me to learn.

Thank you all in Advannce!!
Archie
Updated on 2012-02-02T21:04:45Z at 2012-02-02T21:04:45Z by archies
  • davidlskeen
    davidlskeen
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    Re: ITCAM Agents Intsallation

    ‏2012-02-01T20:38:39Z  
    Which ITCAM product(s) do you want to install?
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    Dave Skeen
  • enrico.vannini
    enrico.vannini
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    Re: ITCAM Agents Intsallation

    ‏2012-02-02T09:11:58Z  
    did you check here ?

    http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/tivihelp/v24r1/index.jsp
  • Jim-Young
    Jim-Young
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    Re: ITCAM Agents Intsallation

    ‏2012-02-02T13:42:41Z  
    Hi Archie,

    There are many ITCAM agents and many agents are bundled together to form different products. There's plenty of advice out there on deciding which product is right for you, for example ITCAM for Applications Vs ITCAM for Application Diagnostics is covered here
    The product page on IBM.com is also a useful resource, and your IBM account team should also be able to help.

    When you've decided which product is right for you, then the URL Enrico gives above is where to go to find out how to install for Linux.

    Here are some examples:
    Installing and configuring the J2EE Monitoring Agent on UNIX and Linux
    Installing and configuring the HTTP Servers Monitoring Agent on UNIX and Linux
    Installing and configuring the WebSphere Applications Monitoring Agent on UNIX and Linux

    There are also some higher level "planning an installation" type documents that might be of use to you, e.g. Planning an ITCAM for Application Diagnostics Installation.

    Hope this is of some use.

    Jim
  • archies
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    Re: ITCAM Agents Intsallation

    ‏2012-02-02T19:19:07Z  
    • Jim-Young
    • ‏2012-02-02T13:42:41Z
    Hi Archie,

    There are many ITCAM agents and many agents are bundled together to form different products. There's plenty of advice out there on deciding which product is right for you, for example ITCAM for Applications Vs ITCAM for Application Diagnostics is covered here
    The product page on IBM.com is also a useful resource, and your IBM account team should also be able to help.

    When you've decided which product is right for you, then the URL Enrico gives above is where to go to find out how to install for Linux.

    Here are some examples:
    Installing and configuring the J2EE Monitoring Agent on UNIX and Linux
    Installing and configuring the HTTP Servers Monitoring Agent on UNIX and Linux
    Installing and configuring the WebSphere Applications Monitoring Agent on UNIX and Linux

    There are also some higher level "planning an installation" type documents that might be of use to you, e.g. Planning an ITCAM for Application Diagnostics Installation.

    Hope this is of some use.

    Jim
    Thank you all for the Response!!
    I am looking for installing ITCAM Agents on websphere Applications.

    Thanks
    Archie
  • davidlskeen
    davidlskeen
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    Re: ITCAM Agents Intsallation

    ‏2012-02-02T20:27:30Z  
    • archies
    • ‏2012-02-02T19:19:07Z
    Thank you all for the Response!!
    I am looking for installing ITCAM Agents on websphere Applications.

    Thanks
    Archie
    You'll want to use the ITCAM Agent for WebSphere Applications, which is part of ITCAM for Application Diagnostics; you can use the link that Jim Y provided above.

    You might also find it worthwhile to review the Deployment Guide for ITCAM for AD; you can start here
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    Dave Skeen
  • archies
    archies
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    Re: ITCAM Agents Intsallation

    ‏2012-02-02T21:04:45Z  
    You'll want to use the ITCAM Agent for WebSphere Applications, which is part of ITCAM for Application Diagnostics; you can use the link that Jim Y provided above.

    You might also find it worthwhile to review the Deployment Guide for ITCAM for AD; you can start here
    --
    Dave Skeen
    Thank You Dave!!