Integration [749] - CSA Integration Pack For Micro Focus Universal CMDB via OO

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  • 11-Jun-2018
  • 11-Jun-2018


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CSA Integration Pack For Micro Focus Universal CMDB via OO - Catalog Id: 749


The purpose of integrating HPE Cloud Service Automation (CSA) with Universal CMDB (UCMDB) is to manage the provisioned server. UCMDB stores data center resource information such as storage, resource pools, and compute resources.

When CSA is integrated with UCMDB, the configuration data is translated or mapped to UCMDB Configuration Items (CIs), attributes, and relationships, and then written into the UCMDB. As CSA consumes the resource capacities during cloud service resource allocation, it updates the both the UCMDB records and the CSA resource pool artifacts.

Note: This integration is currently not supported for topology design due to lack of relevant CSA/CODAR topology content.

The UCMDB templates required for this integration can be found in the pacakge. Deploy the package on the HP Universal CMDB server.
See the README.txt file on the CSA instance in the <CSA Install Path>\CSAKit-4.5\Lib\ucmdb folder for additional information.



Leading Product:
Cloud Service Automation

Secondary Product:
Universal CMDB



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Related CSA Documentation:
  • Release Notes
  • Solution and Software Support Matrix
  • Configuration Guide 
  • Capsule Installer Guide
  • Content At a Glance
  • Troubleshooting Guide

White Papers:

  • Provider Configuration Tool
  • Integration with HP Operations Orchestration (4.0)


Support Matrix

Universal CMDB
Cloud Service Automation
SupportedSupported (see comments)Not Supported

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