Just to comment on my recent experience with Seamless in a recent project.
I had never worked with Seamless before, but just 2 days were enough for me to become very familiar with it and to have the integration working. Adding to the normal stuff expected, it is even capable of more advanced stuff, like creating user to CI relationships directly from Seamless (without need for workflow).
Support from Seamless team was also very responsive and extremelly useful.
Can you describe the type of datya you placed in the tables?
What I need to do is a daily check on Desktops and the software loaded on each (in SCCM) and then transfer that data into CMDB. Ibviously a large initial load but then daily delta updates only.
Is this the kind of data you are describing?
Can you advise how we'd achieve this?
I can tell you that the data handled by the Seamless product for SCCM includes the tables (classes) BMC_ComputerSystem, BMC_Product (for installed Software), BMC_OperatingSystem, BMC_Processor, BMC_DiskDrive, BMC_LANEndpoint. The data elements includes such info as the machine name, model, manufacturer, physical memory, and serial number. For the software the data elements includes Software name, publisher, installed location, and user-owner where these elements are available.
This data can be fully loaded initially and daily updates would be delta loads.
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I'd like some advice on SCCM2007 to CMDB 7.5 Integration.
We're trying to transfer Desktop hardware and related software applications to CMDB.
I've been viewing BMC discussions but can't find answers to specific questions like:
1. Does Microsoft support the direct access to SCCM SQL databases? We had trouble even connecting with write access from AIE.
2. Does the latest version of SMS2CMDB (1.62?) support SCCM 2007? If using this adapter what happens when we upgrade to SCCM 2012 or table schema changes, does it need to be reprogrammed?
3. Can such an integration be achieved using AIE only (may take more time I'm sure!) or do you need to use SMS2CMDB adapter or Orchestrators?
4. How do we pull across details of software applications loaded on each Desktop?
Would appreciate support on these issues.
Has anyone had experience of using AIE to copy data into AtriumCMDB (7.5) from SCCM 2007?
I really would like some help with Data mappings, in particular how to schedule the associated exchanges so that you pick all the Desktop devices that SCCM has detected and then all the related Software applications for each detected Desktop?
Also, how do you schedule and then connect the ComputerSystem CI to the related processor/OS/Disk/enclosure CIs?
Appreciate any help possible?