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Tivoli RFE Community

IBM Tivoli Monitoring / Plan item 19467

Created on:   29 May 2012

Last update:   13 Jul 2012

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Add regular expressions to private Situations

Status: Testing

Priority: Medium



Event monitoring frequently requires text scan and pattern matching upon event/sampled data such as name, address, message, log record, and so on. The pattern is usually specified using a Regular Expression to leverage the compact syntax, preciseness, versatility, common utility availability.

Adding Regular Expression predicate filter function to ITM Autonomous Agent Private Situation definitions will significantly enhance agent monitoring capability and applicability. This powerful capability will also address a functional gap between ITM Autonomous Agents and Netcool/OMNIbus System Service Monitor (SSM) agents. Consequently, this feature removes customer migration difficulty from SSM agents to ITM agents, enhances agent versatility, and improves customer product satisfaction.

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