Installation and Setup Guide, which provides the tasks needed to implement the IBM Tivoli Monitoring for DatabasesUser’s Guide, which explains the day-to-day tasks of using the IBM Tivoli Monitoring for Databases productsReference Guide, which provides detailed information for resource model, task, and role within IBM Tivoli Monitoring for DatabasesLimitation and Workarounds Supplement, which provides last minute information on known problems and how to overcome them.For a more detailed publication list, refer to “Related publications”on page 177.1.5 Project environment and setupIn this section, we present the operating environment that we use so you can be familiar with the machine names and their roles in the document. The overview of our environment is shown in Figure 1-6 on page 13.
Chapter 1. Introduction 13Figure 1-6 Project environmentTable 1-1 shows the list of the software installed in the machines. Table 1-1 Machine environmentMachine nameOperating systemFunctioncapecodAIX 5LTMR and TEC serverDB2 version 7.2 EEE databasejakartaWindows 2000DB2 version 7.2 EE databaseparisWindows 2000Oracle version 9ibangkokWindows 2000 Oracle version 8itokyoWindows 2000InformixeasthamAIXOracle version 9iibmtiv5Windows NTTBSM Serveribmtiv12Windows 2000TEDW servercapecodTMR serverTEC serverDB2 databasejakartaDB2 databaseparisOracle databasetokyoInformix databasebangkokOracle databaseeasthamDB2 databaseibmtiv5TBSM serveribmtiv12TEDW serverTMR
14IBM Tivoli Monitoring for Databases - Database Management Made SimpleFor more information on the various software levels that are installed on these machines, refer to 2.1, “Product requirements and prerequisites”on page 16.1.6 Document organizationThis redbook discusses the IBM Tivoli Monitoring for Databases products in the following chapters:Chapter 1, “Introduction”on page 1 (this chapter) introduces this redbook.Chapter 2, “Installation, configuration, and migration”on page 15 provides information and various installations and migrations for the IBM Tivoli Monitoring for Databases product family.Chapter 3, “Database monitoring and resource model”on page 45 discusses existing resource models and customizing them within the scope of the IBM Tivoli Monitoring for Databases products.Chapter 4, “Managing databases scenarios”on page 63 shows some example of operational usage of the IBM Tivoli Monitoring for Databases, based on the function required.Chapter 5, “Real-time monitoring”on page 83 integrates the IBM Tivoli Monitoring for Databases with functions from Tivoli Enterprise Console and Tivoli Business Systems Manager.Chapter 6, “Historical reporting”on page 101 shows Tivoli Enterprise Data Warehouse integration for IBM Tivoli Monitoring for Databases.