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BMC Proactivenet Performance Management

The BMC Proactivenet Performance Management training course explains the BMC ProactiveNet Performance Management architecture, terminology, concepts, and procedures that help learners use BMC ProactiveNet Performance Management.This course is designed for BMC ProactiveNet Performance Management Users and Operators and introduces the important functions and capabilities of BMC ProactiveNet, from an end-user perspective. The course includes demonstrations that help delegates understand and perform various BMC ProactiveNet Operations Console tasks such as identifying and using different sections of the Operations Console, working with events, creating views, and creating graphs.

In BMC Proactivenet Performance Management - Administration training course, participants gain competency in performing BMC ProactiveNet Performance Management administrative tasks. The key topics are presented through discussion, demonstrations, and lab exercises based on BMC ProactiveNet Administration Console, BMC ProactiveNet Operations Console, BMC ProactiveNet Central Monitoring Administration, Event Administration, Data Analytics, BMC PATROL Agent, Monitoring Solutions, and Data Adapters.

The BMC Proactivenet Performance Management - Development With PSL training course, will provide an in-depth look at the Patrol architecture and Patrol Scripting Language (PSL). Participants will learn to write and develop complex PSL Knowledge Modules (KMs) that can be leveraged to monitor both standard and custom applications to satisfy any business requirement. This course examines Patrol components including the Patrol namespace, the discovery process, KM creation and the use of PSL functions and variables. Participants will learn to use object manipulation functions like create(), destroy(), set(), and get() and use PSL programming constructs such as if/else statements and loop control to build robust Knowledge Modules. The class includes the building of fully functional Knowledge Modules which participants can use to model their own future custom KMs.

The BMC Proactivenet Performance Management for Operators training course explains the BMC ProactiveNet Performance Management architecture, terminology, concepts, and procedures that will help learners use the BMC ProactiveNet Operations Console. This course is designed for BMC ProactiveNet Performance Management Operators and introduces the important functions and capabilities of the Operations Console. The course includes several demonstrations that help delegates understand and perform various BMC ProactiveNet Operations Console tasks such as identifying and using different sections of the Operations Console, working with events, creating views, and creating graphs.

  • General knowledge of the Internet Protocol Suite (TCP/IP)
  • General understanding of Microsoft Windows and UNIX operating systems (from a user perspective)
  • General knowledge of networking hardware and architecture, and web application architectures
  • Preferred: Hands-on exposure to ProactiveNet or similar technologies
  • Web application architectures
  • A general understanding of programming languages or scripting, along with some familiarity with BPPM and Patrol.
  • Working knowledge of Networks and Microsoft Windows Operating System

  • Users
  • Operators
  • BMC ProactiveNet Performance Management Administrators
  • BMC ProactiveNet Performance Management Users
  • BPPM Administrators and Developers
  • BMC ProactiveNet Performance Management and Operators

COURSE AGENDA

BMC Proactivenet Performance Management
(Duration : 1 Day)

1

Review the purpose and significance of BMC ProactiveNet Performance Management, and the product components and architecture

2

Review features and functionality including:

  • Performance Management and Monitoring
  • Event Management
  • Service Impact Management
  • Service Level Objective Management
  • Analytics and Probable Cause Analysis
3

Explore BMC ProactiveNet Performance Management user consoles

BMC Proactivenet Performance Management - Administration
(Duration : 5 Days)

1

List the key components of BMC ProactiveNet Performance Management

2

Explain the functionality and features of BMC ProactiveNet Performance Management

3

Familiarize with the procedure to install and configure BMC ProactiveNet Performance Management

4

Familiarize with the various BMC ProactiveNet Performance Management consoles, which include:

  • BMC ProactiveNet Administration Console
  • BMC ProactiveNet Operations Console
  • BMC ProactiveNet Central Monitoring Administration
5

Perform various tasks using BMC ProactiveNet Performance Management, such as:

  • Install BMC ProactiveNet Server
  • Install and configure BMC ProactiveNet Integration Service
  • Install and configure BMC PATROL Agent and knowledge modules, using BMC ProactiveNet Central Monitoring Administration
  • Create Monitoring Policies for BMC PATROL Agent and BMC PATROL KMs, using
6

BMC ProactiveNet Central Monitoring Administration:

  • Generate graphs and reports based on collected data
  • Ensure Service Level Objective compliance
BMC Proactivenet Performance Management - Development With PSL
(Duration : 3 Days)

1

Detailed knowledge of Patrol components & architecture

2

Understanding pre-discovery / discovery process

3

Building and customizing KMs

4

Creation of fully functional Knowledge Modules

5

After training, participants will not only understand how Patrol functions work, but they will be able to plan, design, and create custom monitoring solutions to suit their needs

BMC Proactivenet Performance Management for Operators
(Duration : 1 Day)

1

Introduce BMC ProactiveNet Performance Management architecture and components

2

List the key product terminologies

3

Describe BMC ProactiveNet Performance Management functions and capabilities

4

Describe key functionalities, such as event management and service impact management

5

Identify and use the user interface elements of BMC ProactiveNet Operations Console

6

Describe event folders, event priority, and event severity

7

Use the different BMC ProactiveNet Operations Console Views

8

Create reports and custom graphs

9

List and use the changes and enhancements made to the Operations Console in BMC ProactiveNet Performance Management release

Encarta Labs Advantage

  • One Stop Corporate Training Solution Providers for over 3,500 Modules on a variety of subjects
  • All courses are delivered by Industry Veterans
  • Get jumpstarted from newbie to production ready in a matter of few days
  • Trained more than 20,000 corporate candidates across india and abroad
  • All our trainings are conducted in workshop mode with more focus on hands On

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