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We have Tivoli installed years ago by a person no longer in our organization.  I've been tasked with going through the information and cleaning it up, tweaking, and making it useful.  Any idea on where I should start?  We are especially interested in Distributed Monitoring.  Thanks.

RE: Where to start

I went through the same scenario about 4 years ago. Our environment was a mess with DM, SWD, INV, NetView and TEC. I would suggest contacting your friendly Tivoli sales rep and see about getting Tivoli services in to help you sort things out, especially if you are using TEC.

Good luck !

RE: Where to start


Who are you using for support?  Doesn't IBM support this product now?  Thanks for your help.


RE: Where to start

IBM still supports Tivoli very activley and it is a big part of e-business on-demand. I know this because I am part of the Tivoli support team. Contacting your Tivoli sales rep is a good idea.

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