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Multi Tenancy - Workflows and REST calls for automation 

09-07-2017 09:21 AM

Attached document describes typical workflows with REST webservice call templates that can be used to setup tenants in an automated procedure.

The workflows include

  • Preparations
  • Optional: Tenant Agnostic DC setup
  • Basic Tenant Setup
  • Tenant Configuration
  • Create Roles and Users
  • Create Threshold Profiles
  • Share customizations

 

Your feedback is appreciated so please post any comments in this thread.  As with all free Infrastructure Management Field Developed Utility postings, inquiries should be made through questions or comments in this thread, and the author, Lutz_Holzbecher, will provide a response.

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10-01-2018 02:00 AM

Hi Alessandro,

get the DA IP Domain ID and associate it with the Proxy Domain ID

 

from the document:

 

PUT http://da_host:8581/rest/ipdomains/TNIP_ID
Body:
<IPDomain version="0.0.0">
<ProxyIPDomain>PROXY_ID</ProxyIPDomain>
</IPDomain>

09-28-2018 10:22 AM

Hi all, about this case we are missing the syntax when configuring IP Domain in the Proxy IP Domain, so we created two Proxy IP Domain that is not supported by DC (Data Collector) in PM 3.6.

09-25-2018 09:48 AM

Hi all... hope that someone can help us... we did the configuration of Tenant-Agnostic Data Collectors (Tenant-Agnostic Data Collectors - CA Performance Management - 3.6 - CA Technologies Documentation ) and we followed this (Multi Tenancy - Workflows and REST calls for automation) great article, but for some reason that we don't know why the status one of the one Tenant is NO_DC_REGISTERED like bellow:

 

<ProxyIPDomainList>

  <ProxyIPDomain version="1.0.0">

      <ID>8531</ID>

<IPDomain version="0.0.0">

<DNS1Address>0.0.0.0</DNS1Address>

<DNS2Address>0.0.0.0</DNS2Address>

<Status>ACTIVE</Status>

<ChangedOn>0</ChangedOn>

<DNS2Port>0</DNS2Port>

<Flags>0</Flags>

<Name>Tenant2_Domain</Name>

<DNSProxyEnabled>false</DNSProxyEnabled>

<DNS1Port>0</DNS1Port>

<Description>Tenant2 Proxy Domain</Description>

     </IPDomain>

  </ProxyIPDomain>

  <ProxyIPDomain version="1.0.0">

      <ID>8691</ID>

<IPDomain version="0.0.0">

<DNS1Address>0.0.0.0</DNS1Address>

<DNS2Address>0.0.0.0</DNS2Address>

<Status>NO_DC_REGISTERED</Status>

<ChangedOn>0</ChangedOn>

<DNS2Port>0</DNS2Port>

<Flags>0</Flags>

<Name>Tenant1_Domain</Name>

<DNSProxyEnabled>false</DNSProxyEnabled>

<DNS1Port>0</DNS1Port>

<Description>Tenant1 Proxy Domain</Description>

     </IPDomain>

  </ProxyIPDomain>

</ProxyIPDomainList>

 

Can anyone knows why or what we can do to activate it?

 

One more question: we have to create all IP Domain in Proxy IP Domain at once or we can create as we need an new IP Domain that we want to associate with a Tenant?

11-30-2017 03:50 AM

Good writeup. This will definetely help the customers. Thanks Lutz Appreciate your time in getting this out.

11-21-2017 04:46 AM

Outstanding document!  This is wonderfully organized!

09-07-2017 10:40 AM

Very nice guide Lutz! Thanks for sharing this!!!!

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