To create a hybrid installation, you must install the
Netcool Hybrid Deployment
Option Integration Kit on your on-premises Operations Management installation, enable scope-based grouping, configure WebSphere® to use SSL_TLSv2, and configure your on-premises ObjectServer gateway mappings.
Enabling on-premises scope-based event grouping
Cloud native analytics creates scope-based groups, based on scope enrichment, and augments those groups with other groups from other analytics. During installation, the cloud native analytics component in your hybrid deployment adds a specific set of triggers for cloud native analytics and disables any existing on-premises scope-based event grouping (SBEG) triggers. However, the triggers that are related to enriching the ScopeID column and needed for scope grouping are not disabled. The original SBEG triggers must remain disabled while cloud native analytics is active.
Set WebSphere protocol to TLSv1.2
WebSphere Application Server, as part of the on-premises Operations Management installation, needs to be able to import certificates from the cloud native Netcool Operations Insight components deployment on Red Hat® OpenShift® Container Platform. To do this, WebSphere must be configured to use TLSv1.2. Use this procedure to help you verify or change this setting. If you have more than one WebGUI/DASH node, then this procedure should be run on each WebGUI/DASH node.
Installing the integration kit
To create a hybrid installation, you must use IBM® Installation Manager to install the Netcool Hybrid Deployment Option Integration Kit on your on-premises Operations Management installation.
Enabling the persistent OAuth 2.0 service in WebGUI
WebGUI supports persistence in the OAuth 2.0 service by persisting OAuth tokens and clients in the ObjectServer.
Update gateway settings
You must update your on-premises ObjectServer gateway settings with cloud native Netcool Operations Insight components mappings to enable bi-directional data replication.