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BMC Atrium Discovery and Dependency Mapping 8.3: Creating Patterns

This course enables participants to extend and maintain a BMC Atrium Discovery and Dependency Mapping (BMC Atrium Discovery) deployment beyond the initial baseline. This course also enables participants to extend discovery using the product’s Collaborative Application Mapping feature and The Pattern Language (TPL) to discover and model the complex custom software and business applications. IMPORTANT: Included in this course is the examination for BMC Accredited Administrator: BMC Atrium Discovery and Dependency Mapping 8.3. Taking the exam and pursuing accreditation is optional, however all students enrolled in the BMC Atrium Discovery and Dependency Mapping 8.3 course automatically are enrolled in the exam. Following the completion of the BMC Atrium Discovery and Dependency Mapping 8.3 course, you will have three weeks to take the BMC Accredited Administrator examination online. You can take the exam twice within this period. Those who pass will receive the title of BMC Accredited Administrator: BMC Atrium Discovery and Dependency Mapping 8.3. Those who do not take the exam within this timeframe will not be granted a retake.

  • Skills Gained
  • Who Can Benefit
  • Prerequisites
  • Syllabus
Describe the data model and operating principles
Extend the taxonomy
Describe the Collaborative Application Mapping process
Adapt pattern templates to discover custom software
Test the patterns quickly using the manual pattern execution
Use The Pattern Language (TPL) concepts
Extend discovery to capture the new Host and Software attributes
Review important functions in The Pattern Language
Extract data using XPath and Regular Expressions
Write efficient triggers
Model Software Instances and Business Application Instances
Identify the techniques available to discover the versions of Software Instances and Business
Application Instances
Build a complete, versioned application model with relationships
Create user-defined functions in patterns
Technical members of the project team responsible for deploying BMC
Atrium Discovery and Dependency Mapping 8.3
Configuration Managers
Project Managers
Familiarity with the Linux command line interface
Knowledge of simple regular expressions and scripting languages such as Perl, Python, or Bash
Recommended but not required: BMC Atrium Discovery and Dependency Mapping 8.3: Administering course

1 BMC ATRIUM DISCOVERY AND DEPENDENCY MAPPING CONCEPTS

  • The datastore
  • Patterns
  • Extend the taxonomy
  • The query language

2 COLLABORATIVE APPLICATION MAPPING

  • Introduction to application mapping
  • Collaborative application mapping
  • Search, investigate, and create a prototype
  • Define the functional components
  • Map the application

3 EDIT PATTERN TEMPLATES

  • Locating and downloading pattern templates
  • Editing a simple SI pattern template
  • Uploading, activating and testing a simple SI pattern
  • Working with the SI version package template
  • Working with the simple BAI template

4 APPLICATION MAPPING USING THE PATTERN LANGUAGE

  • Application mapping using TPL
  • TPL basics
  • Triggers
  • Features of the pattern body
  • Regular expressions review
  • Relationships, tables, and time functions
  • Metadata, XPath, relationships, and pattern sections
  • Business Application Instances

5 DEFINITIONS BLOCK

  • Introduction
  • User-defined functions
  • SQL integration
  • SQL discovery

6 BEST PRACTICES FOR DEVELOPING SOLUTIONS

  • Developing and debugging the patterns
  • Preparing for modeling
  • Collaborative application mapping
  • Analyzing and extending the directly discovered data
  • Constructing SIs and BAIs

 BMC
  • Course Code: AUTO-DMCP-0830
  • Duration : 4 days
  • Certified by: BMC

This course enables participants to extend and maintain a BMC Atrium Discovery and Dependency Mapping (BMC Atrium Discovery) deployment beyond the initial baseline. This course also enables participants to extend discovery using the product’s Collaborative Application Mapping feature and The Pattern Language (TPL) to discover and model the complex custom software and business applications.

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