You can run JBoss and Tomcat on the same host; you can run hundreds of them on the same host. However, you need to ensure the ports don't clash.
The reason JBoss is compulsary is because ITBM makes use of EJBs and other JEE stuff. It looks like ITBM wasn't originally a BMC product.
We've implemented an SSO solution for ITBM with user/group synchronisation.
SSO Plugin for BMC ITSM, ITBM and more.
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The ITBM application server issupported as a standalone jboss instance. Its best to have a separateserver running for this as ITBM is very resource intensive.
Also this rill reduce the chances of port conflicts.
I agree with Jason.
That's what we have done in our enviornment.
ITBM (JBoss) must be on one server, ITSM on another and both share a common DB.
with the 8.0 release you can further achieve separation using a hybrid setup where the DB can be separate as well from ITSM DB .
I am installing BMC IT Business Management but the problem is with Jboss.
I have yet installed Apache Tomcat with the mid-tier, but now in order to install BMC IT Business it is compulsory to install Jboss. Since Jboss is an 'above' layer of Tomcat you have to stop tomcat and start Jboss. Therefore I lost the mid-tier access suite in order to get BMC IT Business access. How is it posible?
Can I use both web server at the same time?
Thanks in advance