The Tivoli TME 10 Systems Management Family Provides Integrated Management for Applications, Databases, Networks, and Client/Server Systems

June 25, 1996
Announcement Number: 296-216


Document's Table of Contents:


(Corrected on October 9, 1996) The following sections have been updated: Program Upgrade, Program Upgrade Charge, and Unlicensed Documentation.

(Corrected on June 25, 1996) In the Charges section (Table 6), the Per Server Copy Charge for the TME 10 Enterprise Console (product number 5697-EAS, feature number 0005) has been corrected.

In Brief . . .

TME 10 integrates the management of applications, databases, networks, and client/server systems. In addition, this comprehensive management solution:

  • Lets you standardize a core set of systems management functions across your enterprise
  • Includes best-of-breed features from both TME and SystemView
  • Provides the first step towards a common solution using the exciting TME framework
  • Supports a wide range of IBM and non-IBM operating systems
  • Is based on a single architecture
  • Protects your investments in technology as you move from your existing TME or SystemView solution
  • Is scalable from mainframe to desktop
  • Hides the complexities of managing a large number of heterogeneous resources
  • Supports scalable, reliable, and secure distributed management applications
  • Automates enterprise-wide configuration and change management activities

Enterprise management presents one of the greatest challenges and one of the greatest opportunities to companies today. Controlling distributed computing resources, from mainframes to desktops, can be a difficult, expensive, time-consuming proposition. Businesses need to be business driven, not technology driven. Organizations cannot waste time and resources managing a computing infrastructure that should be an asset, not a liability. Systems management vendors have been unable to fully meet the needs of today's distributed computing environment until now.

A new era in enterprise management dawns with the merger of IBM and Tivoli. By coupling Tivoli's standard-setting technology in client/server environments and IBM's industry-leading products for high-end management and global service and support, Tivoli Systems now offers you an unprecedented opportunity to take control of your distributed environments. TME 10, the new product line from Tivoli that unifies Tivoli's TME and IBM's SystemView(R), is the first and only open, global, end-to-end management solution. TME 10 is based on three principals: platform independence, a single architecture, and a commitment to find third party partners.

Today, IBM is announcing 23 new products under the Tivoli banner that meet the challenges of the systems management market. This announcement is the first phase of a multi-step process to provide a comprehensive and fully integrated customer solution.

Key highlights of the Tivoli family of products:

  • Provides enterprise management solutions that meet the "three laws" of distributed computing: scalability, automation, and integration.
  • Offers products that help you realize a return on your technology investment as the need for enterprise management grows.
  • Delivers the benefits of offerings from both Tivoli and IBM, allowing you to take advantage of their complementary strengths in distributed computing.
TME 10 helps you manage all essential processes, including:
  • Deployment management
  • Availability management
  • Security management
  • Operations and administration
Enhancements are also announced for TME 10 Software Distribution to be available on August 30, 1996, and October 25, 1996.

Finally, Japanese versions of the TME 10 Framework, and the Tivoli/Courier, Tivoli/Sentry, and Tivoli/Admin components of the TME 10 Software Distribution, TME 10 Distributed Monitoring, and TME 10 User Administration products respectively, will be available in Japan on September 27, 1996. These offerings will support the EUC locale, and will be at the level of V2.5.

Planned Availability Date: June 28, 1996

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DESCRIPTION



TME 10 -- A Unified Product Line

With TME 10, the customer can standardize on a core set of systems management functions across the enterprise, picking among the best-of-breed tools to put together the total solution.

TME 10 is a winning combination that consists of Tivoli TME solutions, IBM SystemView solutions, and industry solutions (hardware and software vendors, database and application vendors, and other systems management vendors). The primary driving force behind the Tivoli and IBM merger is the synergy (the complementary strengths) that exist between the companies and their products. The cross-platform products from both product lines are represented in TME 10. Consolidating the product lines was not a process of choosing one offering over another. Instead, it centered on defining points of integration and selecting the best-of-breed features that existed in each product category.

TME 10 is based on a single architecture and object-oriented framework (the Tivoli Management Framework) which is based on open standards to enable its common applications and third-party applications to run on a diverse set of management platforms. One of the primary benefits of an object-oriented framework for systems management is integrating a variety of complimentary management applications without having to re-write the entire application. This strategy allows customers to use management tools created by different organizations together as an integrated whole.

The customer gains scalability by defining what functions are needed where and who is allowed to run them. Platform independence is achieved in that the various differences between the supported management platforms are hidden from the operator or administrator. Customers can pick and choose where they want those functions to reside. The management console integrates systems, network, and applications management together from a single place.

TME 10 is IBM's management solution for client/server, enterprise management, the Internet, and beyond.



10/Flex Pricing and Packaging

TME 10 introduces new, straightforward pricing for the TME 10 systems management family, called 10/Flex. It offers the industry's simplest and most flexible pricing and packaging, yet preserves the customer's investment made in either Tivoli's TME or IBM's SystemView product lines. Customers are often frustrated by static systems management pricing models that are out of step with existing distributed computing software pricing. 10/Flex pricing is the first systems management pricing model that addresses the unique characteristics of distributed computing environments by not penalizing customers for upgrading their systems or altering the configuration of management software on their network. Effective immediately, 10/Flex packaging eliminates all product overlap and provides one simple model for all distributed management components. It is based on the notion that each management function carries a flat price for servers and clients. Here's how 10/Flex works:

  • Easy to Understand: Customers only need to determine what they want to manage, rather than complete a detailed manager/agent assessment. Pricing is calculated by multiplying the number of systems times the functions required. As a result, customers can configure management components independent of the price they pay, enabling them to re-configure their management environment as it evolves.
  • Designed for Network Computing Environments: Distributed environments generally have thousands of dispersed servers and clients which are undergoing rapid hardware and software upgrade cycles. The 10/Flex pricing policy was developed with this in mind. Each management function carries a flat price for servers and clients, with no incremental software charge for upgrading hardware. This structure also allows the customers to accurately predict the cost of their management system.
  • Pay for Only What You Need: The 10/Flex pricing structure gives customers the flexibility to purchase the specific management functionality required instead of being forced to buy a monolithic package and thus pay for unnecessary functions.
  • Tailored Maintenance and Support Offerings: Through 10/Flex, customers can get just the level of support they need. The maintenance and support option keeps TME 10 products at the latest levels of functional enhancement, and customers can choose either standard (during normal business hours) or extended (24 x 7) real-time support. To help the customer get started, there is no charge for the standard service during the first year.
  • Investment Protection: When customers order a management function, 10/Flex includes all components, whether their origin was Tivoli or SystemView and whether their platform is Intel-based or UNIX(1). The customer can choose which components are relevant for the installation at hand. Also, 10/Flex provides attractive upgrades from former offerings of both Tivoli and IBM.



Inclusion into the IBM Software Server Brand

Importantly, the TME 10 product family augments the IBM Software Server brand by including AIX(R) components of the TME 10 products onto a key-locked CD-ROM, called the "TME 10 Management Server." After placing an order for the TME 10 product, customers may install the component directly from the "TME 10 Management Server" CD-ROM. They may also install the other components when the product's order is shipped.



TME 10 Framework

The Tivoli Framework is the foundation that supports scalable, reliable and secure distributed management applications. The framework models every resource in the distributed enterprise (clients, servers, databases, applications and users) as objects. These objects provide a level of abstraction that hides the complexity of managing large numbers and heterogeneous resources.

The Tivoli Management Framework provides key management services that are shared by all Tivoli core applications. These services enable scalable, reliable and secure management applications.

WAN-smart distribution service enables the distribution of large amounts of application or system configuration data from one point to thousands of end points.

With the two-phase commit transaction service, applications can initiate a distributed operation affecting multiple systems and have it either update all the systems or rollback affecting none of the systems. TME 10 has the unique ability to treat a distributed management operation as a transaction, ensuring the integrity of the computing environment. The Security service assigns roles to users that define which management operations they can perform, then checks the credentials of anyone performing management operations and validates the user's identity.

TME 10 supports the following hardware platforms, with appropriate operating systems support:

  • IBM RISC System/6000(R) and PowerPC(TM) systems
  • NCR (formerly AT&T) System 3000
  • Data General AViiON systems
  • Motorola 88000 series systems
  • Sun SPARC systems
  • Intel 486 or Pentium, or equivalent
  • HP 9000 systems



Deployment Management Products

TME 10 Deployment Management products provide the automation of enterprise-wide configuration and change management activities for all of the frequently changing components of the network computing system.



TME 10 Software Distribution

TME 10 Software Distribution provides a robust framework of services and applications for the distribution and maintenance of operating systems, applications, and data across networks composed of workstations that run on a variety of software platforms. At installation time, the customer can choose to deploy any or all of the following components:

  • Tivoli/Courier
  • IBM Software Distribution (3.1.2) for AIX; including agents on the following platforms:
    • OS/2(R), DOS, Windows+ 3.1, Windows/NT, and NetWare
    • Apple Macintosh
    • AIX, HP-UX, SunOS, Sun Solaris, SCO and NCR UNIX
  • IBM NetView(R) Distribution Manager V1.2 for AIX (A precursor to IBM Software Distribution for AIX V3.1)
  • IBM NetView Distribution Manager Easy Preparer for OS/2
  • IBM NetView Distribution Manager for OS/2, including the following:
    • IBM NetView Distribution Manager/2 V2.1 Extended
    • IBM NetView Distribution Manager/2 V2.1 Remote Administrator
    • IBM NetView Distribution Manager/2 V2.1 Entry
Tivoli/Courier: Tivoli/Courier is today's solution for information technology (IT) managers struggling with controlling software in complex, rapidly changing client/server environments. Tivoli/Courier is designed from the ground up to meet the software distribution needs of enterprise, client/server environments. It is a vendor-and platform-independent application that gives customers comprehensive management and control over their client/server applications and related data. Now, customers can quickly and reliably deploy software at remote sites to ensure the consistency of software throughout the enterprise. Tivoli/Courier simplifies enterprise-wide distribution and control of software across a wide range of popular platforms, enables timely and reliable distributions, and offers complete management reporting capabilities and audit trails.

Tivoli/Courier distributes software from "source" UNIX systems to "target" systems across TCP/IP-based networks. It supports all major UNIX systems as well as PC LANs and desktops.

Software Distribution (3.1.2) for AIX: Software Distribution for AIX is IBM's electronic software distribution solution for distributing from the AIX platform over TCP/IP to multiple client platforms. Software Distribution for AIX provides software distribution, data distribution, and change control in a client/server environment from a RISC System/6000 POWERstation(TM), POWERserver(R), or PowerPC. Software Distribution for AIX supports the following clients:

  • UNIX System V (SCO, NCR)
  • AIX
  • HP-UX
  • OS/2
  • Windows (Windows 95)
  • DOS
  • 2220 Nways(TM)
  • SunOS
  • Solaris
  • NetWare
  • Windows NT
  • Macintosh
Using Transmission Plans, customers can use a single request to submit a sequence of distribution and change management requests. For example, customers can specify that they want to create a subdirectory on the client, send software to that client, and issue a command to initiate the installation procedure--all using one command at the server. A record of the successful distributions and installations helps the customer keep track of licensing information and service update recipients. For example, if the customer needs to install a service update on a group of workstations, a list of the workstations the original software was installed on is needed.

Improved security support includes customizable user profiles, node and object access keys, local file system protection, and client authentication.

Software Distribution for AIX provides the automation to install software on multiple remote workstations from a central location.

Significant enhancements to Software Distribution for AIX are being announced today for delivery now and later this year. See the Enhancements to Software Distribution for AIX section for details.

NetView Distribution Manager/2 V2.1 Extended: Provides an extended interactive interface which, through a set or task-oriented dialogs, allows the user to issue change management and distribution requests, and control the status and activities of the program. NetView DM/2 V2.1 also provides an extended command line interface to allow user programs and procedures to issue the same commands available via the interactive interface.

NetView Distribution Manager/2 V2.1 Entry: Provides a majority of the capabilities of NetView Distribution Manager/2 V2.1. It addresses the requirement for cost effective, change management of LANs with relatively few workstations connected.

NetView Distribution Manager/2 V2.1 Remote Administrator: Uses LU6.2 protocols to communicate with the NetView DM servers. It provides support for single workstation and workstations in multiple LAN domains where one of the NetView DM servers is installed. It also provides services to issue distribution and change control requested for these distributed workstations and tracks the results of the related operations.

NetView Distribution Manager Easy Preparer for OS/2: Simplifies the preparation of operating system and application software packages to be distributed and installed on OS/2, DOS, and Windows workstations, using NetView DM/2 product. It uses common, easy-to use tools to help administrators create the change and response files they need to remotely install software on LAN-connected workstations. With NetView DM EasyPrep for OS/2, system administrators are shielded from the complexities of preparing software packages for the remote installation process.



Availability Management Products

TME 10 Availability Management products support the gathering, collecting, and routing of information about the status of all aspects of the network computing environment for proactive management action.



TME 10 Enterprise Console

The TME 10 Enterprise Console is a powerful management automation application that provides rules-based event correlation for integrating network, systems, database and applications management. It offers a centralized, global view of the customers distributed computing enterprise while ensuring high availability of applications and computing resources. The Enterprise Console collects, processes and automatically responds to common management events, such as a database server being down, a network connection being lost, or a batch processing job completing successfully. It acts as a central collection point for alarms and events from all key sources, including applications from Tivoli, Tivoli partners, network management platforms, relational database systems, customer applications, and heterogeneous operating systems. TME 10 Enterprise Console's grouping and filtering capabilities significantly reduce the number of events displayed to the operations staff. As a result the customer can zero in on the most critical, relevant events, thus enabling the IT staff to manage the customer's client/server environment in a more efficient, effective way.



TME 10 Event Console Adapters

Event adapters collect information, perform local filtering, and translate relevant events into TME 10 Enterprise Console-readable format. Translated events are forwarded to the event server. Each event adapter resides at or near its event source. Because of their proximity to the event source and their filtering features, the TME 10 event adapters are highly efficient, creating little additional network traffic. They also use minimal system resources. Event adapters are available from Tivoli as well as third parties. Also, customers own IT staff or Tivoli Professional Services consultants can build custom event adapters.

Tivoli-Provided Event Adapters (Partial List)

Event Adapter Source Event Type

IBM NetView for AIX Network management HP OpenView Network management SunNet Manager Network management Novell NMS Network management Generic SNMP Network management Logfile System and application logfiles Microsoft+ NT Systems management Notification Tivoli notification log Tivoli/Sentry Resource monitoring



TME 10 Event Integration Facility

While the TME 10 Enterprise Console is packaged with a set of event adapters, the customer may want to monitor other sources as well. TME 10 Event Integration Facility extends the power of the TME 10 Enterprise Console by letting the users build custom adapters for these additional sources. Examples of custom event adapters include an adapter for an in-house rate exchange application or a third-party job scheduling application running on an AS/400(R).



TME 10 Distributed Monitoring

TME 10 Distributed Monitoring provides an efficient, automated way to maximize the availability of key, business-critical computing resources in large, dynamic, multi-vendor, distributed environments. TME 10 Distributed Monitoring consists of:

  • Tivoli/Sentry
  • IBM Systems Monitor for AIX 2.3
  • IBM Systems Monitor for HP-UX
  • IBM Systems Monitor for Sun 1.X, Sun 2.X
Tivoli/Sentry: Providing availability management, Tivoli/Sentry is aimed at helping information technology (IT) organizations meet their service-level commitments. Tivoli/Sentry goes well beyond simple monitoring of customer computing resources by automatically initiating predefined actions to avert problems. It maximizes system availability for end users by keeping the distributed systems running optimally. Tivoli Sentry provides central configuration of monitoring parameters (prepackaged or user defined) at remote sites from a central location and offers practical, ready-to-use monitors. It enables centralized IT staff to set or change monitoring parameters for hundreds of related, remote systems with a single operation. In addition, Event Monitoring provides pro-active management of client/server resources by automatically initiating predefined preventative and corrective actions.

Systems Monitor for AIX: Provides a solution for optimum, scalable management of customers network resources in today's distributed environments. It acts as an intermediate network manager for SNMP devices in TCP/IP networks. This allows for the distribution of systems management tasks over the network and provides local and remote monitoring of vital workstation data, like CPU usage, system processes, and disk space. Systems Monitor for AIX includes configuration applications for the subagents, system-level manager (SLM), mid-level manager (MLM), and system information agent (SIA) functions that work together to provide true distributed network management.

Configuration applications are used to configure all the Systems Monitor programs in a network for both Version 1 and Version 2, including support for the Systems Monitor for HP-UX, Systems Monitor for Sun Solaris, and Systems Monitor for UNIX for NCR offerings.

The SIA provides instrumentation for hundreds of systems management attributes for workstations on which it runs. SLM is ideal if the customer needs cost-effective, local system-level management with minimal memory and CPU usage. It is also essential for segmenting management domains and filtering management information traffic in large networks. SLM can be installed remotely to collect periodic data for TME 10 NetView, providing distributed management across multiple platforms. MLM performs network management tasks such as distributed discovery, distributed polling, trap filtering, and trap forwarding on one or more remote TCP/IP segments of the wide area network. Because the MLM only reports to the central manager when there is a problem, management traffic over the network is significantly reduced. This gives customers the scalability needed to manage growing networks.



TME 10 NetView

TME 10 NetView is Tivoli's premier network management solution, and consists of the following components:

  • IBM NetView for AIX 4.1
  • IBM NetView for OS/2 2.1
The customer can choose to deploy either or both of those components at installation time.

NetView for AIX: Improves customers' ability to manage Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) networks. NetView management of TCP/IP resources uses Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) agents and monitors all IP-addressable devices. And, NetView distributes memory-intensive graphical user interface (GUI) processes to the clients. NetView operators can share access to management functions and build customized client maps. With NetView for AIX, problem detection, correlation, and resolution are automatic. Improved automation and filtering of dynamic events is now provided by NetView with event stream enhancements (ESE). This new capability also enables correlation between events and allows a network administrator to define automated problem resolution through a graphical user interface. These automatic activities can include paging service representatives, sending messages to operators, creating events, or resolving actual problems that have occurred.

In addition, ESE's correlation ability allows users to create rules that help operators identify trends in relationships over a period of time. This allows them to pinpoint the most critical issues in the network. Additional event handling capabilities and correlation functions include access to trap data, automatic override of trap definitions or severity, automatic command execution, and independent trap correlation.

NetView for AIX also offers:

  • Standard application programming interfaces (APIs) for seamless integration of vendor applications.
  • Industry-standard SNMP API for management applications using SNMP.
  • Ability to write programs for SNMP Version 2. These programs can be implemented on NetView for AIX, using the WinSNMP API. The WinSNMP API allows the customer to write bilingual applications capable of transparent communication with SNMP agent devices.
  • Access to common SNMP and Common Information Management Protocol (CMIP) through the Open Software Foundation Distributed Management Environment (OSF DME) XMP API.
NetView for OS/2: Delivers a comprehensive SNMP platform for management of systems and heterogeneous multi-vendor networks. This support allows NetView for OS/2 to manage any device having an SNMP agent. NetView for OS/2's Management Desk Graphical User Interface, application interfaces, application builder, automatic device discovery, along with its generic SNMP applications (fault, configuration, and performance) give the system and network administrators a powerful, easy-to-use tool to establish management applications and improve systems and network availability. Interoperability with NetView on the host, NetView for AIX as well as NetView for OS/2 gives additional flexibility for customers to place management where it best fits their needs.



TME 10 Performance Management

TME 10 Performance Management provides real-time monitoring and long term reporting on the performance of applications, systems, and networks. It is based on robust technologies, including an object-oriented framework. TME 10 Performance Monitoring of Applications and its Application Agents provides a way to monitor end-user service levels of business applications, to diagnose why a transaction appears to be hung, and to record the data for long term reporting and capacity planning. It monitors applications on Windows 3.1, OS/2, and AIX systems. TME 10 Performance Monitoring of SNA Networks monitors the performance of SNA and LAN networks, working in conjunction with NetView Performance Monitor. This product consists of:

  • Performance Monitoring of SNA Networks
  • Performance Monitoring of Applications and Application Agents
Performance Monitoring of SNA Networks: Monitors the performance of typical host-centric environments, using one or more NetView Performance Monitor (NPM) products, running on MVS(R), as an agent. It gives customers the ability to easily use collected data for service level and performance monitoring, availability monitoring, problem diagnosis, and capacity planning. Performance Monitoring of SNA Networks provides a common graphical interface for collecting, viewing, and logging performance data from NPM and other applications like Performance Monitoring of Applications.

Performance Monitoring of Applications and Application Agents: The Performance Monitoring of Applications, a component of TME 10 Performance Management, provides an easy-to-use common graphical interface for collecting, viewing, and logging performance data related to applications. It provides a single point of control for all performance data coming from multiple applications in a multi-protocol, multi-platform, and distributed environment. These applications are enabled for response time and availability management using the Performance Monitoring of Applications Agents. Performance Monitoring of Applications provides the ability to use collected data for service level and performance monitoring, availability monitoring, problem diagnosis, and capacity planning. This feature gives the customer the capability to monitor business applications and to monitor and control heterogeneous environments, all in real time.

The following combinations of platforms and protocols are currently supported:

Client              Server              Network
Subagents           Subagents           Protocol

AIX AIX TCP/IP AIX OS/2 TCP/IP OS/2 AIX TCP/IP OS/2 OS/2 TCP/IP OS/2 OS/2 NetBIOS Windows NetWare IPX



TME 10 Performance Reporter

Until now, it wasn't possible to get a consolidated view of systems and network performance in today's complex environment. TME 10 Performance Reporter eliminates this problem, because it provides effective, informative reports on historical data generated from its database. It makes it easy to follow up service levels with management and customers and to foresee problems rather than to react to them. To generate reports when the customer needs them, TME 10 Performance Reporter comes with more than 70 predefined reports. The customer can use them as they are, modify them, or create new reports, using TME 10 Performance Reporter's graphical dialog. From these reports, they can analyze detailed daily performance or performance over several months. Every report can be displayed as a table or graph, and they can be printed, or saved for inclusion in other documents or applications.

TME 10 Performance Reporter gives the customer a consolidated view of the network's performance from one AIX point of control. It gathers performance information from various sources on AIX, HP-UX, and Sun Solaris systems, transports the data to a central server, and stores the data in an Oracle, Sybase, or DB2(R) database.



Security Management Products

TME 10 Security Management products ensure users have access to the applications and data they need to do their job, and that their corporate information assets are secure.



TME 10 User Administration

TME 10 User Administration offers an integrated view of users across all resources in the enterprise. It contains a user registry that holds the privilege access information for users in the distributed environment and a console that displays this information in tabular format. TME 10 User Administration consists of:

  • Extended System Administration
  • Tivoli/Admin
The customer can choose to deploy either or both of those components at installation time.

Extended System Administration: As the customer's UNIX network grows in size and complexity, workstation management of items, such as user accounts, user groups, and file systems, becomes increasingly difficult. System administrators may spend so much time completing simple management tasks across multiple workstations that they are unable to focus on more important system management issues. Extended Systems Administration for AIX (Extended Systems Administration), helps customers manage the system configuration of workstations in the network. It reduces the complexity of the network and improves productivity of system administration experts. The administrator works with a few configuration models -- rather than many individual workstations. Configuration changes then can be made efficiently. The result is a network that is more stable, reliable, and predictable.

Extended Systems Administration automatically records all operations and workstation configurations, so that administrators no longer need to document their changes. System administrators can perform automated systems management operations on remote machines during off hours. Failing operations are automatically resubmitted.

Extended Systems Administration runs on a manager workstation, running AIX, Version 3.2.5 or Version 4.1.3. The supported agents are:

  • AIX, Version 3.2.5
  • AIX, Version 4.1
  • SunOS, Version 4.1.3
  • Sun Solaris, Version 2.3
  • HP-UX, Version 9.3.
Extended Systems Administration works with the Oracle or DATABASE2/6000 databases. The communication between manager and agents is either TCP/IP sockets, with UNIX-trusted host security, or DCE, with a high degree of security offered by its Kerberos technology.

Tivoli/Admin: Systems management tasks that were routine to administrative staff in a data-center environment assume new complexity in the client/server environment. In distributed environments, customers must manage large numbers of constantly changing users and systems, while maintaining data-center levels of service and continuing to meet the increasing demands of end users, workgroups and departments. And typically, administrators are expected to handle this expanded management challenge without additional budget or staff.

Tivoli/Admin is the first user and system administration management application built from the ground up to handle the unique management challenges of today's client/server computing environments. It offers the centralized control, consistency and simplicity required to manage users and systems across the distributed enterprise. Tivoli/Admin reduces management costs, ensures a high level of service to end users, and efficiently puts the organization's computing resources where the customer needs them.



Operations and Administration Products

Operations and Administration products provide automation of activities that ensure the integrity and reliability of the network computing environment.



TME 10 Remote Control

Remote workstation control provides an important tool in diagnosing problems and assisting workstation users at remote locations. TME 10 Remote Control, formerly Distributed Console Access Facility (DCAF), effectively brings the problem to the LAN administrator instead of forcing the LAN administrator to go to the problem. TME 10 Remote Control allows administrators to easily solve problems and assist remote users without ever leaving their desk. Through TME 10 Remote Control, a LAN administrator can fully take over the control of remote workstations in the network. The LAN administrator is given full control of the remote workstation's mouse and keyboard and has a full view of the remote workstation's display in a window on his display. LAN administrators can transfer control back to the user, so the user can "drive" and show them exactly what the problem is. In addition, a file transfer capability is provided to allow the LAN administrator to send/retrieve files electronically to/from the remote workstation. TME 10 Remote Control can also be used to train end users on a new or enhanced application. Instead having a user struggle to learn something new, the administrator can simply "take over" the workstation using TME 10 Remote Control and literally show the user exactly how to use the new application or feature. Again, all this can be done without LAN administrators ever leaving their desk.



TME 10 Job Scheduling

TME 10 Job Scheduling is a powerful workload management tool that manages the complexity of scheduling, initiating, and monitoring the regular workload in the distributed environment. TME 10 Job Scheduling plays an important role in the "Operations and Administration" processes by:

  • Initiating work intelligently and efficiently, following user-defined rules
  • Providing facilities for automatically initiating predefined corrective actions when error criteria are met
  • Quickly and easily manage a massive number of jobs simultaneously
  • Enhancing scheduling flexibility by executing complex job streams anywhere in the network.



TME 10 ADSM

Provides comprehensive storage management for distributed systems including the backup and recovery of data, archiving vital records, transparent expansion of storage capacity of selective client systems and sharing of information among users. TME 10 ADSM works with TME Enterprise Console to monitor key resource utilization and provide closed loop automation to improve availability, minimize system administrator involvement in routine operations, and give systems administrators the option to manage storage on behalf of clients.

TME 10 ADSM consists of:

  • ADSM for AIX V2.1
  • ADSM for OS/2
ADSM for AIX provides data backup and archive support for over 20 different client platforms, including AIX/6000(R), Apple, HP-UX, SunOS, and Solaris. In addition to the client platforms available with ADSM, many other software providers use the ADSM API to provide robust storage management services. Applications include SAP R/3 and Lotus Notes, and Sybase, Oracle, Informix, and DB2/6000(TM) databases.

ADSM/2 is based upon ADSTAR's years of experience with mainframe-based hierarchical storage management and systems managed storage. It extends these benefits to the distributed heterogeneous environment, and combines the proven concepts with open systems enhancements to reliably and easily protect data through a heterogeneous multi-vendor, multi-platform environment.

ADSM Support for Variety of Clients

The ADSM server platforms support the following clients:

  • AIX
  • Apple Macintosh
  • Auspex (supported by SunOS client)
  • Bull DPX/2
  • Bull DPX/20 (Bull AIX, supported by AIX client)
  • Digital ULTRIX
  • Digital UNIX
  • DOS
  • Hewlett-Packard HP-UX
  • Microsoft Windows
  • Windows 32-bit client running Microsoft Windows NT and Windows 95
  • NCR UNIX SVR-4 (formerly AT&T GIS)
  • NEC EWS-UX/V
  • Novell NetWare
  • OpenEdition(R) MVS
  • OS/2
  • Pyramid Nile (supported by SINIX RISC client)
  • SCO UNIX 386 and SCO Open Desktop
  • Sequent PTX
  • Siemens Nixdorf SINIX 386/486 and SINIX RISC
  • Silicon Graphics IRIX
  • Sun Microsystems SunOS and Solaris



TME 10 Print Management

An integrated application in the Tivoli Management Environment. It provides system administrators with a powerful, easy-to-use solution for distributed print management. Using a simple graphical interface, a senior administrator can define specific policies for distributed print resources, and then securely delegate the actual management tasks to less-experienced staff and end users. The management of a complex, multi-vendor distributed print environment becomes as easy as "point-and-click."

With TME 10 Print Management's simple-to-use interface, the following print management tasks can be performed by even novice administrators:

  • Obtain status and job information on any print queue in the environment.
  • Remove jobs from a queue
  • Alter a job's priority in the queue
  • Move jobs from one print queue to another
  • Enable or disable printing services on any printer in the network
  • Start or stop a print queue
  • Reset a printing subsystem
  • Reset a print queue
  • Clear a print queue



TME 10 Tivoli/Plus

Tivoli/Plus is a revolutionary family of plug-and-play software modules designed to tightly integrate the TME 10 environment with industry-leading production control applications. With Tivoli/Plus, all the benefits of an integrated environment are reaped, while the freedom is preserved to choose from among the best-of-breed production control applications available for job scheduling, security, backup/restore, help desk, and output management. Tivoli/Plus modules launch production control applications from the TME desktop, and then collect alerts about any existing application problems.

Tivoli/Plus can deliver impressive integration without requiring modifications to the application. For example, task administration allows routine, repetitive tasks to be automated. Synchronized deployment makes the distribution and installation of software and Tivoli/Plus custom monitors as easy as clicking on Tivoli/Plus icons. Pro-active event management enables the computing environment to monitor and react to situations as necessary without human intervention.

Each Tivoli/Plus module is equipped with monitors, custom-designed for a particular application, that define the events to be monitored and the thresholds at which actions should be taken. Users and administrators alike benefit from increased application performance and availability.



TME 10 Tivoli/Plus for AR System (Problem Management)

This module provides for immediate out-of-the-box integration of the TME 10 management systems and Remedy's Action Request System (ARS). When installed, the Tivoli/Plus module for AR System provides revolutionary dual-mode integration between the two products. "Mode one" provides a link for tight communication between the two products, including product launch and bidirectional alert/event sharing capabilities. Also, mode one allows AR System problem tickets to be initiated and closed from the TME 10 environment, and conversely, allows for corrective action to be dispatched from the AR System to the TME 10 environment. In this mode, a customer has automated end-to-end control of a systems problem from one integrated environment.

In "Mode two," TME 10 provides for automated management and control of the AR System. For instance, the AR System server is automatically distributed, configured, started and monitored from the TME 10 environment. The management of the AR System server is virtually "hands-free," providing automated management and enhanced availability and performance of the AR System.



TME 10 Tivoli/Plus for ServiceCenter (Help Desk)

Peregrine's ServiceCenter product is a support and service solution that scales from the entry-level help desk to the full-service, enterprise service desk. ServiceCenter enables organizations to pro-actively manage their help desk activities using integrated applications for problem, inventory, change, asset and service request management, which can be launched directly from the Tivoli console.

ServiceCenter integrates help desk applications with automated interfaces to SNA, TCP/IP and Novell networks and to the Tivoli/Enterprise Console for systems management. Problem tickets can be opened and closed from the TME 10 environment, automating ServiceCenter's powerful problem management and resolution capabilities. TME also provides automated monitoring and management of ServiceCenter. Together, ServiceCenter and TME 10 provide a high degree of problem tracking, resolution and avoidance capability, as well as comprehensive information technology planning and management capability.



TME 10 Tivoli/Plus for Networker (Backup and Restore)

Legato's NetWorker is a high capacity, easy-to-use network data storage management solution that provides backup and restore for heterogeneous networks of servers and clients. The Tivoli/Plus module for Legato NetWorker integrates Legato's network storage management solution for multi-platform enterprises with Tivoli's systems management solution. With this module, network administrators can manage storage management services from a central Tivoli-based management station. In addition, integration with Tivoli/Courier will allow NetWorker client software to be distributed through Tivoli's automated processes, and Tivoli/Sentry can be used for event correlation to allow the Tivoli framework to take action on NetWorker messages.



TME 10 Tivoli/Plus for BoKS (Security)

The BoKS Access Control System by Securix provides for either centralized or distributed security administration of the open systems platform -- the UNIX-based servers, workstations and PCs upon which distributed applications may now be deployed and used with confidence. The product provides password management, advanced authentication technology, profile-based access control for hosts and network services, extensive audit capability and a protected fault-tolerant architecture for true, enterprise "24 x 7" operations over TCP/IP wide area networks.



TME 10 Tivoli/Plus for SeOS (Security)

Memco's Tivoli/Plus for SeOS addresses the critical security problems which have slowed the adoption of UNIX in production applications and electronic commerce. It gives organizations an advantage by allowing them to prevent damage instead of waiting for it to happen. Combined with an elegant, non-intrusive architecture, SeOS is the most advanced implementation of security for open systems available today.



TME 10 Tivoli/Plus for Maestro (Job Scheduling)

Unison's Tivoli/Plus module gives you access to Maestro from within TME 10, where you can make the most of Maestro's powerful job scheduling capabilities. Tivoli/Plus for Maestro comes ready to run, right out of the box, with advanced message consolidation, task administration, software distribution and event management functions already in place. A ready-to-use solution that brings improved performance, availability and administration to the Maestro workload management application. An intuitive GUI minimizes training time. Custom tasks are performed automatically at the click of an icon, and a variety of administrative functions are controlled with simple drag-and-drop operations. Automated software distribution and installation saves customers time and money. Pre-written operations make distributing client software quick and easy, no matter how complex the network environment. System administrators can use their time more productively thanks to custom-designed task administration facilities for Maestro. TME 10 Maestro monitors and detect problems automatically, and closed-loop event automation minimizes recovery time.



TME 10 Tivoli/Plus for ADSM (Backup/Restore)

A ready-to-use solution that brings improved performance, availability and management control to ADSM backup and restore application. Tivoli/Plus for ADSM helps customers save time and money with automated software distribution and installation. A single pre-written operation can manage the deployment of client software across the enterprise regardless of how complex the environment. Tivoli/Plus for ADSM improves end-user productivity by minimizing ADSM downtime. Custom Tivoli/Sentry monitors and collects ADSM process failures, system crashes, and network failures. Closed-loop event automation minimizes recovery time, thereby improving ADSM availability. Tivoli/Plus for ADSM improves system administrator's productivity by reducing the number of operations required to deploy and manage distributed, multi-platform client/server ADSM environments. Tivoli/Plus for ADSM provides six levels of integration:

  • Launch and alert
    • Common user interface
    • Custom application launch
    • Custom message consolidation
  • Automated management and control
    • Custom task administration
    • Custom synchronized deployment
    • Custom proactive event management



TME 10 Application Environment

TME 10 Application Development Environment and TME 10 Application Extension Facility are two products that provide developers and vendors with the tools needed to create TME 10 applications.



Enhancements to Software Distribution

New and enhanced Software Distribution support is announced as follows:

  • Available today
    • New Server and Client for SINIX
    • New Clients for HP-UX and IRIX
  • Available 8/30/96
    • Enhanced Support for AIX
    • New Server and Client for OS/2
    • New Server and Client for Windows NT
    • New Clients for Windows 3.1 and Windows 95
  • Available 10/25/96
    • New Server and Client for NetWare
Software Distribution for SINIX: This new offering now extends the Software Distribution support to the Siemens Nixdorf UNIX-based operating system, SINIX, and consists of:
  • Support for software distribution, change management and data distribution from SINIX servers in a heterogeneous network of distributed workstations.

  • A Transmission Plan feature allows for a SINIX workstation to be used as a "focal point" for distribution and change control of software and data.

  • A Client for SINIX which provides the support for software installation, change management, and data distribution on SINIX workstations acting as clients to any of the Software Distribution (3.1.2) servers.
Software Distribution Clients for HP-UX and IRIX: These two software distribution clients provide the support for software installation, change management, and data distribution on HP-UX and SGI-IRIX workstations acting as clients to any of the Software Distribution (3.1.2) servers.

Software Distribution (3.1.3) for AIX (August 30, 1996): Significant new support and enhanced functions will be provided with this shipment, as follows:

  • Enhanced Automation and Administration Support allows the administrator to define criteria which allows for the identification of groups of workstations in a more flexible and dynamic way.
  • Hardware and Software Discovery provides the ability to determine the hardware and software characteristics of workstations, and to propagate this information to the servers and the focal point in the network, so that a consolidated view of this information is available for all workstations distributed throughout the network. The support is currently provided for AIX and will be provided for OS/2, Windows 3.1, Windows 95, Windows NT and NetWare workstations when the new Software Distribution Clients become available.
  • Dynamic Change File allows the administrator to specify change files where the actual contents (for example, files, scripts) to be installed will depend on the result of discovered information.
  • Mobile User Support provides the support for users such as insurance agents, travelling salesman, who, by definition of their job, need to communicate with and receive updates from their corporation, when at different locations. The transfer of data will be supported using asynchronous communications over switched public networks, updating of the workstation will be performed with no dependency on any server, and all status reports will be sent to the server at the next connection. This support will be provided for OS/2, Windows 3.1, Windows 95, Windows NT and NetWare workstations when the new Software Distribution Clients become available.
  • Usability Enhancements will be provided to address a number of customer requirements in such areas as: verifying the contents of change files and ensuring a back level update is not forced; allowing the administrator to directly change the recorded status of workstation software without being forced through the installation/update process; giving administrators the ability to route change control reports to multiple focal points; security and data integrity checking.
Software Distribution for OS/2 (August 30, 1996): This new version of Software Distribution for OS/2 consists of:
  • Support for software distribution, change management and data distribution from OS/2 servers in a heterogeneous network of distributed workstations.

  • A client for OS/2 which provides the support for software installation, change management, and data distribution on OS/2 workstations acting as clients to any of the Software Distribution (3.1.3) servers.
Software Distribution for Windows NT (August 30, 1996): This new offering now extends the Software Distribution support to the Windows NT operating system, and consists of:
  • Support for software distribution, change management and data distribution from Windows NT servers in a heterogeneous network of distributed workstations.

  • A client for Windows NT which provides the support for software installation, change management, and data distribution on Windows NT workstations acting as clients to any of the Software Distribution (3.1.3) servers.
Software Distribution Clients for Windows 3.1 and Windows 95 (August 30, 1996): These two new software distribution clients provide the support for software installation, change management, and data distribution on Windows 3.1 and Windows 95 workstations acting as clients to any of the Software Distribution (3.1.3) servers.

Software Distribution for NetWare (October 25, 1996): This new version of Software Distribution for NetWare consists of:

  • Support for software distribution, change management and data distribution from NetWare servers in a heterogeneous network of distributed workstations.

  • A Client for NetWare which provides the support for software installation, change management, and data distribution on NetWare workstations acting as clients to any of the Software Distribution (3.1.3) servers.



PRODUCT POSITIONING

SystemView and Tivoli TME products

The TME 10 products, a unified product line, are replacing the IBM SystemView for AIX products as well as the former TME products from Tivoli. The SystemView products are being withdrawn in Software Withdrawal 996-161, dated June 25, 1996. This unified TME 10 product line addresses customers' needs for integrated management of applications, databases, networks, and client/server systems.

MVS and OS/400(R) Products

Delivery of TME 10 offerings on MVS and OS/400 are not addressed by this announcement. For directional information concerning these platforms, please refer to the Tivoli Roadmap at:

http://www.tivoli.com/products/TME10/rmap/roadmap.html



STATEMENT OF GENERAL DIRECTION

In the third quarter of 1996, IBM will announce International Language support for the products in this announcement.



EDUCATION SUPPORT

Training is available, or will be made available in the future, for the TME 10 products. Some training is offered through IBM Education and Training and some through Tivoli Systems.

For current information on IBM Education and Training courses in the U.S., contact 800-IBM TEACH (426-8322). Outside the U.S., contact your local country IBM E&T contact. Worldwide information is also available on the IBM E&T Internet Home Page at

    http://www.training.ibm.com.
For current information on Tivoli Systems education, call 512-794-9070, or visit the Tivoli Systems Internet Home Page at
    http://www.tivoli.com.



TECHNICAL INFORMATION



Specified Operating Environment

Hardware Requirements



TME 10 Framework

TME 10 supports the following hardware platforms, with appropriate operating systems support:

  • IBM RISC System/6000 and PowerPC systems
  • NCR (formerly AT&T) System 3000
  • Data General AViiON systems
  • Motorola 88000 series systems
  • Sun SPARC systems
  • Intel 486 or Pentium, or equivalent
  • HP 9000 systems
The following components require the TME 10 Framework:
  • Tivoli/Courier
  • Tivoli/Sentry
  • Tivoli/Admin
  • Tivoli/Print
  • Tivoli/Enterprise Console
  • Tivoli/Event Integration Facility
  • Tivoli/Event Adapters
  • Tivoli/Application Development Environment
  • Tivoli/Application Extension Facility
  • TivoliPlus modules
Note: It is recommended that the TME 10 Framework be ordered with all TME 10 products to provide a smoother transition to the evolving product structure.

The following table lists the estimated disk space required for Tivoli Management Platform on the systems supported by TME 10. As each TME 10 product is added to the TME 10 installation, additional disk space will be required. The overall estimated disk space is summarized for each product added to the platform. Refer to the appropriate TME 10 manual for a specific breakdown of disk space allocation.

Supported                     Server    Client   Manual Message
Platform  Libraries Binaries  Database  Database Pages  Catalogs

AIX 3.2.5 20MB 41MB 50MB 20MB 3MB 3MB AIX 4.1 20MB 41MB 50MB 20MB 3MB 3MB AT&T 10MB 43MB 50MB 20MB 3MB 3MB DG/UX 10MB 43MB 50MB 20MB 3MB 3MB HP 9.x 12MB 25MB 50MB 20MB 3MB 3MB HP 10.0 8MB 55MB 50MB 20MB 3MB 3MB Motorola 10MB 39MB 50MB 20MB 3MB 3MB Solaris 10MB 27MB 50MB 20MB 3MB 3MB SunOS 10MB 40MB 50MB 20MB 3MB 3MB UnixWare 7MB 28MB 50MB 20MB 3MB 3MB

The following table represents the required disk space for installing PC agents:

Supported                               CLI
Platform            Agent               Commands

DOS 700KB 250KB NetWare 175KB 375KB NT 550KB 675KB OS/2 150KB 230KB Windows 250KB 350KB

The following table presents the minimum memory requirements for UNIX architectures:

                                      TME
                  TME              Management
Supported      Management           Stations                TME
Platform         Server        (desktop present)            Client

AIX 3.2.5 64MB 48MB 32MB AIX 4.1 64MB 48MB AT&T 64MB 48MB 32MB DG/UX 64MB 48MB 32MB HP 9.x 64MB 48MB 32MB HP 10.0 64MB 48MB 32MB Motorola 64MB 48MB 32MB Solaris 64MB 48MB 32MB SunOS 48MB 48MB 32MB UnixWare 48MB 32MB 32MB

Note: The swap space for each architecture should be twice the amount of RAM on each machine

The following table presents the minimum memory requirements for PC architectures:

Architecture        RAM

DOS 2MB NetWare 8MB NT 8MB OS/2 8MB Windows 2MB



Deployment Management Products



TME 10 Software Distribution

Tivoli/Courier Component

The following table lists the estimated disk space required for Tivoli/Courier on the systems supported by TME 10:

Clients/Servers

                  Tivoli/Courier
System             Requirement             PCs

AIX 3.2.5 3.5MB AIX 4.1 3.5MB NCR 4.0MB DG/UX 4.0MB HP 9.x 4.0MB HP 10.0 5.0MB Motorola 3.5MB Solaris 3.5MB SunOS 4.0MB DOS 950KB NetWare 550KB NT 975KB OS/2 380KB Windows 600KB

Extension APIs

                         Disk
System                   Space

AIX 3.2.5 .7MB AIX 4.1 .7MB NCR .5MB DG/UX .5MB HP 9.x .5MB HP 10.0 .4MB Motorola .4MB Solaris .5MB SunOS .5MB

Note: All platforms require 3MB of disk space to store PostScript files of the Tivoli/Courier documentation.

IBM Software Distribution Manager (3.1) for AIX Component and NetView Distribution Manager Component: The Software Distribution Manager for AIX component requires a RS/6000(TM) or a RS/6000 SP(TM).

A graphical monitor and adapter are needed if the X/Motif User Interface is installed.

In order to support SNA communication with NetView DM/MVS, NetView DM/2 and IBM SystemView Managed System Service/400, the RISC System/6000 that hosts the Software Distribution Manager component CC (Change Control) server or CC single node must have at least one of the following:

  • Multi-protocol adapter (configured to run SDLC)
  • A token-ring adapter (to run token-ring link)
  • Ethernet card
Disk required:
  • Single Node 26MB
  • Server 27MB
  • Plan component 4MB
The Software Distribution Client (3.1) for AIX Component: Requires a RS/6000, and a graphical monitor and adapter are needed if X/Motif User Interface is installed.

In order to support client/server operations, the client RISC System/6000 machines must have one of the following:

  • Ethernet adapter
  • Token-ring adapter
The NetView Distribution Management Agent Components
  • NetWare agent

    The NetView Distribution Management Agent for NetWare working in a client/server relationship with its Change Control Server requires:

    • Any x86 or Pentium workstation that can support NetWare 3.1 or higher
    • Any network adapter compatible NetWare TCP/IP or IPX
    • Disk space: 1.1MB
    • Memory use: 1.0MB
    Note: Please refer to the NetView Distribution Management Agent for NetWare User's Guide for detailed information.

  • Windows NT agent

    The NetView Distribution Management Agent for Windows NT working in a client/server relationship with IBM NetView/Software Distribution Manager (acting as a Change Control Server) requires:

    • Any x86 workstation that can support Windows NT 3.1 or higher
    • Any network adapter compatible Windows NT TCP/IP
    NetView DM agent for Windows NT requires space as follows:
    • Disk Space: 7.0MB
    • Memory:
      • with GUI 6.0MB
      • without GUI 4.0MB
  • UNIX SV agents (NCR or SCO)

    The NetView DM agent for UNIX SV is supported by the following systems:

    • NCR System 3000s

      In order to support client/server operations, the Client NCR machines must have one of the following:

      • Ethernet adapter
      • Token-ring adapter
      The connectivity can be as follows:
      • TCP/IP Ethernet
      • TCP/IP token ring
      • TCP/IP WAN (including X.25 networks)
      The NetView DM agent for UNIX SV on NCR System 3000 requires space as follows:
      • Disk space (to install): 12MB
      • Disk space (run time): 6MB
    • SCO systems

      Any model of workstation with the Intel x86 or Pentium-based microprocessor that can support SCO.

      In order to support client/server operations, the client workstation must have one of the following:

      • Ethernet adapter
      • Token-ring adapter
      The connectivity can be as follows:
      • TCP/IP Ethernet
      • TCP/IP token ring
      • TCP/IP WAN (including X.25 networks)
      The NetView DM agent for UNIX SV requires space as follows:
      • Disk space (to install): 12MB
      • Disk space (run time): 6MB
      The displayable softcopy facility is not available in the Intel environment.

      Refer to NetView Distribution Management Agent for UNIX System V User's Guide for detailed information.

  • MAC agent

    The NetView DM agent for Macintosh working in a client/server relationship with its Change Control Server requires:

    • Any hardware supporting Macintosh System Software 7.0 or higher
    • Any network adapter compatible Macintosh TCP/IP 2.0
    NetView DMA for Macintosh requires space as follows:
    • Disk Space GUI: 1.5MB

      Only CLI: 1.0MB

    • Minimum Station Memory: 4.0MB
    Refer to the NetView Distribution Management Agent for Macintosh User's Guide for detailed information.
NetView Distribution Manager/2 Component

NetView Distribution Manager/2 Server supports OS/2 2.0 or later and the client supports OS/2 1.3 or later. The requirements for NetView Distribution Manager/2 Extended, NetView Distribution Manager/2 Entry, NetView Distribution Manager/2 Remote Administrator and NetView Distribution Manager Easy Preparer for OS/2 are approximately the same as that of NetView Distribution Manager/2. The disk space requirements for each of those products are:

  • Server: 14 -- 16MB
  • Client: 4.0MB
The memory requirements for each of those products are:
  • Server: 6MB (with Dialog)
  • Client: 1MB



Availability Management Products



TME 10 Enterprise Console



TME 10 Enterprise Console Additional Event Adapters

The following table lists the operating systems supported for various Tivoli/Console components and the estimated amount of disk space that should be allocated for installation.

              Event Server                 Adapter         Logfile
Operating     and Operator    Sybase    Configuration   Configuration
System          Console       RDBMS        Facility        Facility

AIX 3.2.5 20MB 20MB 6MB 2MB AIX 4.1 N.A. N.A. N.A. N.A. NCR N.A. N.A. 4MB N.A. DG/UX 14MB 19MB 2MB 2MB HP 9.x 15MB 19MB 3MB 2MB HP 10.0 N.A. N.A. N.A. N.A. Windows/NT N.A. N.A. N.A. N.A. Solaris 16MB 19MB 3MB 2MB SunOS 16MB 19MB 3MB 2MB

                HP               NetView    SunNet
Operating    OpenView  Logfile     AIX     Manager     SNMP
System       Adapter   Adapter   Adapter   Adapter   Adapter

AIX 3.2.5 N.A. 2MB 2MB N.A. 2MB AIX 4.1 N.A. 2MB N.A. N.A. N.A. NCR N.A. 2MB N.A. N.A. N.A. DG/UX N.A. 2MB N.A. N.A. 2MB HP 9.x 2MB 2MB N.A. N.A. N.A. HP 10.0 N.A. 2MB N.A. N.A. N.A. Windows/NT N.A. 1MB N.A. N.A. N.A. Solaris N.A. 2MB 1MB 1MB 2MB SunOS 2MB 2MB N.A. 2MB 2MB



TME 10 Event Integration Facility

The disk space required to install Tivoli/EIF, for all platform is 1.0MB. This is in addition to the disk space required for the TME 10 Framework.



TME 10 Distributed Monitoring

Tivoli Sentry 3.0 Component

The following tables provide client, server and disk space requirements for Tivoli/Sentry application. This space is in addition to the TME 10 management platform requirements.

                                              Manual    Message
Platform    Libraries   Binaries   Database   Pages     Catalogs

AIX 3.2.5 N.A. 11MB 1MB 50KB 95KB AIX 4.1 N.A. 11MB 1MB 50KB 95KB NCR N.A. 5MB 1MB 50KB 95KB DG/UX N.A. 5MB 1MB 50KB 95KB HP 9.x N.A. 6MB 1MB 50KB 95KB HP 10.0 N.A. 8MB 1MB 50KB 95KB Motorola N.A. 5MB 1MB 50KB 95KB Solaris N.A. 5MB 1MB 50KB 95KB SunOS N.A. 5MB 1MB 50KB 95KB

Note: Monitors for all platforms require approximately 130KB.

IBM Systems Monitor (2.3) for AIX Component

The Systems Monitor for AIX Component consists of the following components:

  • Configuration application for the subagents
  • Mid-level manager
  • System-level manager
  • System information agent (Systems Monitor for AIX subagent)
The four components require what is specified for TME 10 NetView plus the following additional hardware requirements:

The configuration application requires:

  • A TCP/IP connection
  • 25MB of free disk space (add 2MB for Kanji version DynaText books when installed)
The mid-level manager runs with:
  • A TCP/IP connection
  • 7MB free disk space
The system-level manager runs with:
  • A TCP/IP connection
  • 6MB free disk space
The system information agent runs with:
  • A TCP/IP connection
  • 6MB free disk space



TME 10 NetView

NetView for AIX Component will run on all uniprocessors supporting AIX 3.2.5 or AIX 4.1.3.

Some components of TME 10 NetView may have specific hardware requirements and may support multiprocessor models such as RISC System/6000 Scalable POWERparallel System(SP) and/or SMP models. All components are assumed to support the RS/6000 SP platform unless otherwise stated. TME 10 NetView will run on the SMP platform, but will not take advantage of the additional capabilities. TME 10 NetView components will require what is specified below for TME 10 NetView. Any component unique hardware requirements will be identified in the component sections.

The following devices are required:

  • IBM or compatible mouse
  • Color display supporting X Window System Version 11 Release 5 and OSF/Motif Version 1.2.
The Display must support:
  • Minimum of 256 colors
  • Depth, 8 planes
  • Bits in color, 8 bits
  • Dimension, 1280x1024 pixels
  • Resolution, 91x92 dots per inch
  • 1MB minimum for video memory on adapter



TME 10 Performance Management

IBM Systems Network Architecture Manager/6000 component runs on the RISC System/6000 POWERstations and POWERservers. The SNA Manager/6000 component is designed to execute with the NetView (3.1 or 4.1) for AIX component on a properly configured RISC System/6000 system. The SNA Manager/6000 component does not support the RS/6000 SP platform. The AIX 3.2.5 configuration of the SNA Manager/6000 component supports the SMP platform. It requires a minimum of the following additional hardware:

                    Additional     Additional     Additional
Usage level         Megabytes      Megabytes      Megabytes
(Physical Units)    of Memory      of Pagespace   of Disk Space

1 to 1,000 16 40 50 1,001 to 5,000 16 to 48 40 to 120 50 to 70 5,001 to 15,000 48 to 104 120 to 260 70 to 140 15,000 + 104 + 260 + 140 +

TME 10 Performance Monitoring of SNA Networks (1.1.3) Component

TME 10 Performance Monitoring of SNA Networks component requires what is specified for TME 10 NetView. In addition, this component will run on:

  • POWERstations (including SMP)
  • POWERservers (including SMP)
  • PowerPCs
  • RS/6000 SP
Additional requirements include:
  • A SNA connection to communicate with NPM (NetView Performance Monitor) installed at the MVS host level.
  • Memory: 48MB
  • Disk space: 60MB
  • Paging space: 80MB
In case both the Performance Monitoring of SNA Networks component and the Performance Monitoring of Applications component are installed, the overall disk space required is 70MB.

The Performance Monitoring of Applications (1.1) Component

The Performance Monitoring of Applications component requires what is specified for TME 10 NetView. In addition, this component will run on:

  • POWERstations (including SMP)
  • POWERservers (including SMP)
  • PowerPCs
  • RS/6000 SP
Additional requirements include:
  • A TCP/IP connection to communicate with its Server Sub-Agents.
  • Memory: 48MB
  • Disk space: 60MB
  • Paging space:80MB
If both the Performance Monitoring of SNA Networks component and the Performance Monitoring of Applications component are installed, the overall disk space required, is 70MB.

IBM Performance Monitoring of Applications Agents Component

The minimum hardware requirements on the basis of the different platforms and type of Subagent include:

  • Server Subagent for NetWare system
    • 80386 processor
    • 8MB RAM
    • any adapter supported by Novell NetWare
  • Client Subagent for Windows System
    • 80386 processor
    • 4MB RAM
    • any adapter supported by Novell NetWare
  • Server Subagent for AIX System
    • See requirements for TME 10 NetView
  • Client Subagent for AIX System
    • See requirements for TME 10 NetView
  • Server Subagent for OS/2 System
    • 80386 processor
    • 8MB RAM
  • Client Subagent for OS/2 System
    • 80386 processor
    • 4MB RAM



TME 10 Performance Reporter

The TME 10 Performance Reporter for AIX consists of a manager and agents. The Manager and the AIX agent requires what is specified in the TME 10 NetView prerequisites section. In addition, the following is required

  • Manager
    • A TCP/IP connection

    • 32MB memory, 15MB disk space for code and online books

    • 0.6MB disk space per agent

      0.6MB is for all data except process accounting data and Systems Monitor data per agent. Process accounting data requires 6MB per agent. Systems Monitor data requires 2MB per agent.

    • 1MB space on database per agent

      1MB is for all data except process accounting data per agent. Process accounting data requires 2.5MB per agent.

  • Agents

    The hardware requirements are driven by the software requirements. Hence any uniprocessor will do that supports either of:

    • AIX 3.2.5.
    • AIX 4.1.3.
    • HP-UX 9.3
    • Sun Solaris 2.3
    • Sun Solaris 1.1
    and with:
    • A TCP/IP connection
    • 10MB memory, 1-2.5MB disk space for code
    • 4.5MB disk space for temporary files. If process accounting data is gathered, 45MB additional disk space is required. If Systems Monitor data is gathered, 15MB additional disk space is required.

      4.5MB is for all data except process accounting data and Systems Monitor data. Process accounting data requires 45MB. Systems Monitor data requires 15MB.



Security Management Products



TME 10 User Administration

Tivoli/Admin Component

The following table provides the client disk space requirements for the Tivoli/Admin component. This space is in addition to the TME 10 Framework.

                                              Manual    Message
Platform    Libraries   Binaries   Database   Pages     Catalogs

AIX 3.2.5 1MB 12MB 0 .25MB .25MB AIX 4.1 1MB 12MB 0 .25MB .25MB HP 9.x .4MB 9MB 0 .25MB .25MB HP 10.0 .4MB 9MB 0 .25MB .25MB Solaris .3MB 8MB 0 .6MB .25MB SunOS .3MB 8MB 0 .25MB .25MB

The following table presents the recommended minimum amount of memory and disk space for PC architecture. The TME 10 Framework has additional requirements.

                                        Disk
Architecture        RAM                 Space

NetWare 3.X 2MB .5MB NetWare 4.X 4MB .5MB NT 16MB .5MB

Extended Systems Administration (1.2) Component: Consists of a manager and agents with the requirements below. This feature does not support the RS/6000 SP platform.

  • Manager
    • Requires TME 10 NetView
    • Minimum 64MB memory
    • TCP/IP connection



Operations and Administration Products



TME 10 Remote Control

TME 10 Remote Control requires the following:

  • Any PC, or PS/2 model currently supported by the following operating systems:
    • OS/2 components (Controller, OS/2 Target, Gateway, Authenticator, Administrator, Packager) run on IBM Operating System/2(R) Version 2.1 or higher. Certain display drivers are required. See "Display Drivers."
    • Windows Target runs on Microsoft Windows Operating System Version 3.1, or Microsoft Windows for Workgroups Version 3.11 DOS Target runs on Disk Operating System (DOS) Version 5.02 or later
  • Any communications hardware currently supported by the following communications software:
    • For APPC or Asynchronous sessions
      • Communications Manager/2 Version 1.0, (5621-254) or later, or
      • OS/2 Extended Services(R) Version 1.0 (Communications Manager)
    • For IPX/SPX sessions
      • Novell NetWare Requester for OS/2 Version 2.10 or later
      • Novell NetWare Requester for Microsoft Windows Version 4.0 or later
    • For NetBIOS sessions
      • For OS/2 components

        -- IBM LAN Adapter and Protocol Support (LAPS) Version 2.0 or later, or -- Network Transport Service/2 Version 1.0 or later

      • For DOS or Microsoft Windows targets -- IBM LAN Adapter Support Program (LSP) Version 1.3 or later, or -- Microsoft LAN Manager, or -- Microsoft Windows for Workgroups
    • For TCP/IP sessions
      • IBM TCP/IP for OS/2 Version 2.0 or later
      • IBM TCP/IP for Microsoft Windows version 2.1.1 or later
  • Any display adapter currently supported by the following Display Drivers:
    • OS/2 Version 2.1 and above
      • VGA, SVGA
      • IBM XGA(R), XGA-2
      • COMPAQ 1280 Q Vision ISA Video
      • Leading adapters based on current chips from ATI, S3 Corporation,
      • Western Digital, Tseng and Cirrus Logic.
      • Microsoft Windows -- VGA
  • Any modem supporting the Asynchronous Communications Device Interface (ACDI) protocol for IBM OS/2 workstations, or
  • IBM 7855 modem and Hayes Smart modem for Microsoft Windows workstations
  • Any mouse supported by IBM OS/2, or
  • Any PS/2 fully compatible mouse for Microsoft Windows
  • 101/102 Key Enhanced keyboard for Microsoft Windows workstations.



TME 10 Job Scheduling

The TME 10 Job Scheduler consists of the following main components:

  • Controller (manager)
  • User interface (GUI and CLI (Command Line Interface))
  • Agents (for AIX, SunOS, Sun Solaris, HP-UX, OS/2, Windows NT)
The controller, user interfaces (GUI and CLI) and AIX has the same requirements as TME 10 NetView prerequisites section.

The SunOS agent requires a SPARC computer capable of supporting Solaris Version 1.1.1 (SunOS Version 4.1.3).

The Sun Solaris agent requires a SPARC computer capable of supporting Solaris Version 2.3 or later.

The HP-UX agent runs on any hardware that runs the HP-UX operating system 9.0.3 or later

At least one graphical display is required for the graphical user interface.

The OS/2 agent runs on a 486 processor or above with 32MB RAM (Recommended), 5MB hard disk for the components and space for logs and temporary data. This will vary depending on volume of jobs.

The Windows NT agent runs on a 486 processor or above with 16MB RAM (Recommended), 5MB hard disk for the components and space for logs and temporary data. This will vary depending on volume of jobs.



TME 10 Print Management

TME 10 Print Management requires approximately 3.5MB of disk space for the following supported platforms: AIX, AT&T, HP-UX, Motorola, SunOS and Solaris. This is in addition to the TME 10 Framework.



TME 10 ADSM

ADSM for AIX Component

The ADSM for AIX component runs on:

  • A RISC System/6000, system, including RS/6000 SP, with at least 32MB of memory and at least 78MB of available disk space which also includes space for one AIX client. If the optional ADSM online books are added, 30MB of additional disk space is required plus 10MB of temporary space for use only while the books are installed. To transfer a client from the distribution medium to the target workstation, an additional 15MB of temporary disk space is required during the transfer.
Supports the following devices in the base product:
  • Disk drives
    • Any disk storage supported by AIX
  • 4-mm tape drives
    • Hewlett-Packard 35470A, 35480A
    • Hewlett-Packard Jetstore 2000e, 5000e, 6000e
    • Hewlett-Packard C1533A
    • IBM 7206 Model 001
    • IBM 7206 Model 005
    • Sony SDT-5000
    • WangDat 3300DX, WangDat 3400DX
  • 8-mm tape drives
    • Andataco Encore 8205, Encore 8505
    • Dynatek HSB 2300, HSB 5000, HSB 10.0
    • Exabyte EXB-8200, EXB-8205, EXB-8205XL
    • Exabyte EXB-8500, EXB-8500C, EXB-8505, EXB-8505XL
    • IBM 7208 Model 1
    • IBM 7208 Model 11
    • Sun 8505XL
    • Transitional Technologies, Inc. CTS-8000H
    • Transitional Technologies, Inc. CTS-8519H
  • QIC tape drives
    • IBM 7207 Model 012
  • Optical drives
    • IBM 7209 Model 001
    • IBM 7209 Model 002
    • IBM 3510 Model 001
    • Hewlett-Packard Model 1300T, 1716T
Device Support Modules: Device support modules enable an ADSM for AIX server to support storage devices that are not supported in the base product. Device modules are inclusive. For example, Device Module 2 includes support for devices in Module 1 and in Module 2. Device Module 3 includes support for devices in Modules 1, 2 and 3.

Note: New devices are constantly being added. Check with IBM for the most up-to-date list by contacting the IBM Information Support Center at 800-IBM-3333 (426-3333) and asking for STAR 20.

The current device support file is available on Compuserve (GO ADSM, Section 1), and on the Internet (ftp index.storsys.ibm.com, get /adsm/info/adsmdevt.txt).

The following devices require an optional device module:

  • Device Support Module 1 supports:
    • DLT tape drives
      • Quantum DLT 2000, 4000
    • 4-mm libraries
      • ADIC 1200D
      • AIWA AL-D210
      • Diverse Logistics Libra
      • Hewlett-Packard C1553A
      • Hewlett-Packard SureStore 12000e
      • IBM 7332 Model 005
    • 8-mm libraries
      • Andataco Encore 10e
      • BoxHill Bread Box
      • Exabyte EXB-10e. EXB-10i, EXB-10h
      • Transitional Technologies, Inc. Series 10
    • Optical jukeboxes
      • IBM 3995 Model A63
      • Hewlett-Packard Model 20T
  • Device Module 2 supports all the above devices and includes the following devices:
    • 4-mm libraries
      • ADIC VLS 4-mm
      • AIWA AL-D220
      • Spectralogic 4000/20, 4000/40
      • StorageTeK 9704
    • 8-mm libraries
      • Andataco Encore 210
      • Andataco Encore 440
      • BoxHill Cube Box
      • BoxHill Light Box
      • BoxHill Freezer Box
      • Exabyte EXB-60, EXB-210, EXB-440
      • IBM 7331 Model 205
      • LAGO LS/380L DataWheel
      • StorageTeK 9708, 9711
    • DLT tape libraries
      • Quantum DLT 2500, 2700, 4500, 4700
      • Transitional Technologies, Inc. Q7
    • 1/2-inch tape drives (Parallel and ESCON(R) attached not supported on AIX V4.1)
      • IBM 3480 Model B11, B22
      • IBM 3490/3490E Model B02, B04, B20, B40
      • IBM 3490/3490E Model C10, C11, C1A, C22, C2A
      • IBM 3490/3490E Model D31, D32, D41, D42
      • IBM 3490/3490E Model E01, E11
      • IBM 3590 Model B11 in manual or sequential mode
    • Optical jukeboxes
      • IBM 3995 Model 063
      • Hewlett-Packard Model 40T
  • Device Module 3 supports all the above devices and includes the following devices:
    • 4-mm libraries
      • Spectralogic 4000/60
    • 8-mm libraries
      • Andataco Encore 120
      • Andataco Encore 480
      • BoxHill Borg Box
      • BoxHill Ice Box
      • Exabyte EXB-120, EXB-480
    • DLT tape libraries
      • Odetics ACL 2/28, 4/52
    • 1/2-inch tape libraries (Parallel and ESCON attached not supported on AIX V4.1)
      • IBM 3494 Model L10, L12, L14 (Single frame only)
      • IBM 3590 Model B11 in random mode
    • Optical jukeboxes
      • IBM 3995 Model 163
      • Hewlett-Packard Model 120T, 200T
      • DISC DocuStore D150U-1
  • Device Module 4 supports all the above devices and includes the following devices:
    • DLT tape libraries
      • Odetics ACL 9/88, 3/176, 2640
      • Transitional Technologies, Inc. Q47
    • 1/2-inch tape libraries (Parallel and ESCON attached not supported on AIX V4.1)
      • IBM 3494 Model L10, L12, L14 (Multi frame)
      • IBM 3495 Model L20, L30, L40, L50, M10
    • Optical jukeboxes
      • DISC DocuStore D245-1, D255-1U, D280U-1
      • DISC DocuStore D350-1U
      • DISC DocuStore D510-2, D525-1, D525-1U
      • DISC DocuStore D1050-2
ADSM Clients Component

AIX Client

  • A RISC System/6000 with a minimum of 16MB of memory and at least 10.5MB of available disk space. For ADSM API support, an additional 0.6MB of available disk space is required.
  • The AIX Space Management component requires:
    • Any RISC System/6000 with a minimum of 16MB of memory and at least 18.5MB of available disk space.
Apple Macintosh Client
  • An Apple Macintosh or Apple Macintosh PowerPC with 2.5MB of available disk space
DOS Client
  • A PC with at least 512K memory. If you install the backup-archive client and administrative client with TCP/IP protocol, your workstation requires the following available disk space:
    • 5.0MB for English
    • 6.0MB for French, German, Italian, Spanish, and Swedish
    Note: Your workstation needs less available disk space if you install a protocol other than TCP/IP.
Microsoft Windows Client
  • Any personal computer with at least 4MB of memory and 3.0MB of available disk space. For ADSM API support, an additional 800K of available disk space is required. For administrative client support, an additional 350K of available disk space is required.
Microsoft Windows 32-bit Client (formerly Windows NT)
  • Intel-based 80386 or greater with at least 5.0MB of available disk space. Minimum recommended RAM for Windows 95 is 8MB and minimum recommended RAM for NT/Workstation is 12 MB; minimum recommended RAM for NT/Server is 32MB.
Novell NetWare Client
  • A PC or workstation running as a NetWare file server with at least 1MB of available disk space. For ADSM API support, an additional 1MB of available disk space is required.
OS/2 Client
  • A personal computer that supports OS/2 with the following available disk space:
    • 3.0MB if running only the backup-archive client
    • 5.0MB if running the backup-archive and administrative client (GUI)
    • 1.0MB for the API clients
    • 1.0MB if running only the ADSM Lotus Notes backup agent
    • 10.0MB for all components (including backup-client, administrative GUI, API, and ADSM Lotus Notes backup agent)
Hewlett-Packard HP-UX Client
  • If using the Backup-Archive client
    • An HP 9000, Series 700 or Series 800 with 5.5MB of available disk space. For ADSM API support, an additional 1MB of available disk space is required.
  • If using the administrative graphical user interface,
    • An HP 9000, Series 700 or 800 with at least 6.6MB of available disk space.
Siemens Nixdorf SINIX 386/486 Client
  • A Siemens Nixdorf PCD-4H or compatible workstation with a 386 or 486 processor and at least 4MB of available disk space. For ADSM API support, an additional 1MB of available disk space is required.
Siemens Nixdorf SINIX RISC client
  • Siemens Nixdorf RISC machine Type RM200, RM400 or RM600 with at least 4.0MB available disk space. For ADSM API support, an additional 1MB of available disk space is required.
NCR (formerly AT&T GIS) UNIX SVR4 Client
  • An NCR WorldMark System 3000 Model 3350 or 3430 with 4.0MB of available disk space. For ADSM application program interface (API) support, an additional 1MB of available disk space is required.
SCO UNIX 386 or SCO Open Desktop Client
  • A 386SX or higher level personal computer or workstation with 6.0MB of available disk space
Sun Microsystems SunOS or Solaris Client
  • For a backup-archive client:
    • A Sun-4, SPARC or compatible workstation with 15.8MB of available disk space (for ADSM API support, add 1MB of available disk space)
  • For an administrative client with a graphical user interface:
    • Sun-4,SPARCstation or compatible workstation with 5.3MB of available disk space
Digital ULTRIX Client
  • A DECstation with 5.5MB of available disk space
Digital UNIX Client
  • A System DEC 3000 Model 400 AXP with at least 5MB of available disk space.
Bull DPX/2 300 B.O.S. (Bull Open Software) Client

A Bull DPX/2 client requires the following hardware and software:

  • A Bull DPX/2 300 families workstation with a 68000 processor and at least 5MB of available disk space

  • Bull DPX/2 300 series with B.O.S. Release 2
NEC EWS-UX/V Client
  • A NEC workstation EWS 4800 series, model 320SX with at least 4.0MB of available disk space. For ADSM API support, an additional 1MB of available disk space is required.
Silicon Graphics IRIX client
  • A Silicon Graphics workstation with MIPS processor and at least 4.0MB of free disk space. For ADSM API support, an additional 1MB of available disk space is required.
Sequent PTX Client
  • Symmetry 5000 System (S5000) Model SE20, SE30, SE60, or SE70.
  • Symmetry 2000 System (S2000) Model /200, /250, /290, /400, /450, /490, /700, /750, or /790 with 10.0MB of free disk space.



TME 10 Application Development Environment

TME 10 Application Development Environment

The TME 10 Tivoli/Application Development Environment requires the TME 10 Framework.

TME 10 Application Extension Facility

The following presents the hardware requirements for each architecture supported for AEF:

Supported                  TME 10
Platform                   Server

AIX 3MB HP-UX 4MB SunOS 3MB Solaris 5MB



TME 10 Tivoli/Plus

The Tivoli/Plus modules require the TME 10 Framework, which provides their environmental support. TME 10 Tivoli/Plus modules are:

  • TME 10 Tivoli/Plus for AR System
  • TME 10 Tivoli/Plus for ServiceCenter
  • TME 10 Tivoli/Plus for Networker
  • TME 10 Tivoli/Plus for BoKS
  • TME 10 Tivoli/Plus for SeOS
  • TME 10 Tivoli/Plus for Maestro
  • TME 10 Tivoli/Plus for ADSM
Software Requirements



TME 10 Framework

TME 10 Framework supports the following operating systems:

  • AIX 3.2.5 with PTF U435001
  • AIX 4.12 and 4.13 with Motif 1.2
  • NCR (formerly AT&T) SVR4 MP-RAS release 2.02 with patches PNSU202 and PCDFS202 with Motif 1.2
  • NCR (formerly AT&T) SVR4 MP-RAS release 2.03 with patches PNSU203 and PCDFS203 with Motif 1.2
  • DG/UX version 5.4R3.00 and 5.4R3.01 with Motif 1.2
  • UnixWare 2.0 with Motif 1.2
  • HP-UX 9.03, HP-UX 9.05 with Motif 1.2
  • HP-UX 9.01 with patch PHKL_3075 and Motif 1.2
  • HP-UX 9.00 with patch PHKL_2258 and Motif 1.2
  • HP-UX 10.01 and Motif 1.2 with PA RISC 1.1
  • SVR4 Version R40V4.2 with Motif 1.2
  • SunOS 4.1.2 and 4.1.3 with Motif 1.2
  • SunOpenlook with the jumbo OpenWindows patch 100444-62 with Motif 1.2
  • Solaris 2.3 with jumbo kernel patch 101318-59
  • Solaris 2.4 with jumbo patch 101945-11
  • Sun Openlook
  • Microsoft Windows NT
TME 10 universal clients run on the following operating systems:
  • IBM OS/2 release 2.0, 2.1 or Warp with TCP/IP release 2.0
  • Microsoft NT 3.1,3.5 and 3.51
  • Novell NetWare 4.0
  • Novell NetWare 3.11 or 3.12 with CLIB.NLM Version 3.11 Rev D
  • Microsoft Windows 3.1 or 3.11 with any WINSOCK compliant stack
  • Microsoft DOS 3.1 through 6.22 with one of the following stacks:
    • Microsoft MS/LanManager TCP/IP release 3.11
    • SunSelect PC/NFS release 5.0
    • Chameleon DPA release 4.0
The following components require the Tivoli Management Framework:
  • Tivoli/Courier
  • Tivoli/Sentry
  • Tivoli/Admin
  • Tivoli/Print
  • Tivoli/Enterprise Console
  • Tivoli/Event Integration Facility
  • Tivoli/Event Adapters
  • Tivoli/Application Development Environment
  • Tivoli/Application Extension Facility
  • TivoliPlus modules



Common AIX Component Prerequisites

  • IBM AIX Version 3 Release 2 Modification Level 5.1 (5765-030) with the option IBM Visual Systems Management (VSM) installed; VSM is an optional component delivered with AIX.

  • User interface components require X Window System Version 11 Release 5 and OSF Motif Version 1 Release 2, such as delivered by for example, IBM AIX Windows Environment/6000 Version 1 Release 2 Modification Level 3 (5601-257) or later with the following options installed:
    • X Window System Version 11 Release 5 or later
    • Motif 1.2 or later
  • IBM AIX Version 4 Release 1 (5765-393)

    There are 3 flavors of AIX Version 4:

    • Client
    • Entry server
    • Server
    If nothing else is stated, it is assumed that the "client" flavor is a sufficient prerequisite to run a component.



Deployment Management Products



TME 10 Software Distribution

Tivoli/Courier Component requires the TME 10 Framework.

The Software Distribution for AIX (3.1) Component

Requirements are specified in the Common AIX Components Prerequisites section. In addition, the Software Distribution for AIX (3.1) Single Node and Server functions require the following:

  • AIX SNA Server/6000 Version 2.1, or later (5765-247), if the following is required:
    • SNA connectivity in either Multi-CC Server network or centrally managed multi-CC Server network environments involving the following products:
      • NetView DM/MVS (5685-016) Release 6 if required (for file exchange and central Change Control administration). Also, if the new function of client autoregistration is implemented in conjunction with NvDM/MVS, then the level of support required is the refresh level of the NvDM/MVS Release 6, which is planned to be available concurrently with Software Distribution (3.1) for AIX.

      • NetView DM/2 2.0, if required (for file exchange and remote administration)

      • Other NetView DM/6000 (5765-196), if required (for file and software package exchange).
    • SNA connectivity to enable forwarding of NetView DM/6000 generated traps (converted to SNMP alerts) to NetView Version 2 Release 3.0 (5685-111 for MVS/ESA(TM) or 5685-138 for MVS/XA(TM) or 5756-051 for VM/ESA(R) or 5686-055 for VSE/ESA(TM)) installed on a mainframe S/370(TM) or S/390(R), through the IBM AIX Service Point Licensed Program Product (5621-107) and either one of the following:
      • The NetView (3.1) for AIX component (5765-527), (which is the same as IBM NetView for AIX Version 3 Release 1 (5696-731)), or IBM AIX SystemView NetView/6000 Version 2 Release 1 (5696-362).

      • IBM AIX NetView/6000 V1 (5765-077)

      • IBM AIX NetView/6000 Entry (5696-464)

      • Synergy of Software Distribution Manager for AIX with NetView for AIX in the Change Control domain.
  • The NetView for AIX component (5765-527), (which is the same as IBM NetView for AIX Version 3 Release 1 (5696-731)), or IBM AIX SystemView NetView/6000 Version 2 Release 1 (5696-362), or IBM AIX NetView/6000 (5765-077), or IBM AIX NetView/6000 Entry (5696-464) if Software Distribution Manager for AIX generated alerts need to be converted to traps and managed locally.

  • Access of the Software Distribution Manager for AIX GUI through NetView for AIX GUI
The Software Distribution (3.1) for AIX Plan function requires either the Single Node or the Server component. There are no additional software requirements.

Compatibility: The NetView Distribution Manager (Release 1) Agents are supported by the Software Distribution for AIX (V3) server with the following considerations and limitations:

  • Equivalent support is provided for when the Agent is working in "push" mode.
  • The Agent is able to work in "pull" mode by issuing requests through the Command Line Interface (CLI) only for itself, that is it is not able to direct these requests to other Agents.
  • The GUI is not supported, therefore the Agent cannot be used to perform administrative functions, build change files, etc.
  • The Command Line Interface (CLI) is supported but not all commands are available. Users should refer to the User Guide for a complete description of these restrictions.

    Note: See also Macintosh limitations on Command Line Interface (CLI).

However, the NetView Distribution Manager (Release 1) Agents can be addressed by the new Plan Feature and Request Management support provided by Software Distribution for AIX Version 3.

The Software Distribution Client for AIX (V3) is only supported by the Software Distribution for AIX (V3) server.

The Software Distribution Client (3.1) for AIX Component

The Software Distribution client for AIX requires the software common to all the components as specified in the introduction above.

The NetView Distribution Management Agents Components

  • NetWare agent

    The versions/releases of the following programs are the minimum versions/releases supported. Subsequent levels are supported unless otherwise stated.

    • NetView Distribution Management Agent for NetWare working in a client/server relationship with NetView DM for NetWare CC Server requires:
      • NetWare Version 3.11 or higher, with CLIB Version 3.12 or higher and with TLI.NLM Version 3.11 or higher
  • NetView Distribution Management Agent for NetWare, working in a client/server relationship with NetView DM/6000, acting as a CC Server requires:
    • NetWare 3.11 or higher
  • Windows NT agent

    The NetView Distribution Management agent for Windows NT requires the following software, where the versions/releases are the minimum versions/releases supported. Subsequent levels are supported unless otherwise stated.

    • NetView Distribution Management Agent for Windows NT working in a client/server relationship with IBM NetView DM/6000 acting as a Change Control Server requires:
      • Windows NT 3.1 or higher
Compatibility: NetView DMA for Windows NT, in order to communicate with NetView DM/6000, requires the following software levels:
  • NetView DM/6000 (5765-196) Version 1 Release 1.2
Limitations: The packages (or Change Files) prepared by NetView DMA for Windows NT cannot be managed by NetView DM/2 in conjunction with the supported Change Control Clients.

Performance Considerations: Refer to NetView DM/6000 Software Announcement 294-357, dated June 7, 1994.

  • UNIX SV agent (NCR/SCO agent)

    The NetView Distribution Management agent for UNIX SV requires the following software, where the versions/releases are the minimum versions/releases supported. Subsequent levels are supported unless otherwise stated.

    • NetView Distribution Management Agent for UNIX System V on NCR is supported under the following NCR program prerequisites:
      • NCR UNIX System V R4 Version 1.3.1 or higher
      • NCR WIN-TCP Version 1.1.3.12 or higher
    • NetView Distribution Management Agent for UNIX System V on SCO is supported under the following SCO program prerequisites:
      • SCO UNIX System V/386 Release 3.2 Version 4.2 or higher
      • SCO TCP Version 1.2.1 or higher
Compatibility: NetView DMA for UNIX SV works in a client/server relationship with NetView DM/6000 Release 1.0.1 with PTF U433567 applied or NetView DM/6000 Release 1.0.2

Limitations: Not applicable.

Performance Considerations: The performance of NetView DMA for UNIX SV performance may be affected by the total system memory available, and the type of disk drivers in use. Performance may also be sensitive to the type of functions used, and to the number and type of applications concurrently running on the same machine.

  • MAC agent

    The NetView DM agent for Macintosh requires the following software, where the versions/releases are the minimum versions/releases supported. Subsequent levels are supported unless stated otherwise.

    • NetView Distribution Management Agent for Macintosh working in a client/server relationship with IBM NetView DM for NetWare or NetView DM/6000 CC Servers requires:
      • Macintosh System Software Version 7.0 or higher, with Macintosh TPC/IP 2.0 or higher
Compatibility: NetView DMA for Macintosh, in order to communicate with NetView DM/6000 and IBM NetView DM for NetWare, requires the following software levels:
  • IBM NetView DM for NetWare (03H3878) Version 1 Release 0 + its June 1995 CSD (XR20895).
  • NetView DM/6000 (5765-196) Version 1 Release 1.2 + U436928
Limitations: Since the Command Line Interface (CLI) is not supported by the Macintosh and the Release 1 agent GUI is not supported by Software Distribution for AIX (3.1) server, the Macintosh agent is only supported in push mode when attached to Software Distribution for AIX (3.1) server.

The software packages or change files prepared with NetView DMA for Macintosh cannot be managed by NetView DM/2 in conjunction with the supported Change Control Clients.

Performance Considerations: Refer to NetView DM/6000 Software Announcement 294-357, dated June 7, 1994 and to IBM NetView DM for NetWare Software Announcement 294-466, dated July 26, 1994.

NetView Distribution Manager/2 Component

NetView Distribution Manager/2 supports the following operating environments:

  • Server: OS/2 2.0 or later
  • Client: OS/2 1.3 or later
NetView Distribution Manager Easy Preparer for OS/2 Component

NetView Distribution Manager Easy Preparer for OS/2 supports OS2 2.1 or later releases.

NetView Distribution Manager/2 Remote Administrator Component

NetView Distribution Manager/2 Remote Administrator requires:

  • NetView DM/2 Servers at OS/2 2.0 or later
  • LU 6.2 Connection
  • OS/2 2.0, DOS and Windows 3.1 workstations attached to a NetView Distribution Manager Server on NetView DM/2, NetView DM/6000 and NetView DM for NetWare.



Availability Management Products



TME 10 Enterprise Console

TME 10 Enterprise Console requires the TME 10 Framework.



TME 10 Enterprise Console Additional Event Adapters

TME 10 Enterprise Console adapters require the TME 10 Framework.



TME 10 Event Integration Facility

TME 10 Event Integration Facility requires the TME 10 Framework.



TME 10 Distributed Monitoring

Tivoli/Sentry Component

Tivoli/Sentry requires the TME 10 Framework.

Systems Monitor Component

System Monitor consists of the following components:

  • Configuration application for the subagents
  • Mid-level manager
  • System-level manager
  • System information agent (Systems Monitor for AIX subagent)
All four components require what is specified in the Common AIX Component Prerequisites section. The four components have the following additional software prerequisites:
  • The configuration application requires TCP/IP installed and properly configured.

  • The system information agent, mid-level manager and system-level manager require that snmpd be installed.

  • System information agent requires
    • bos.net.tcp.client
    • bos.compat.lan
    • xlC.rte
  • Mid-level manager requires
    • bos.net.tcp.client
    • bos.net.tcp.server
    • xlC.rte
  • System-level manager and configuration application requires
    • 260
    • xlC.rte
One of the following:
  • The NetView for AIX component (5765-527), (which is the same as IBM NetView for AIX (5696-731))

  • The NetView for AIX (5765-527)
Compatibility
  • The System Monitor for AIX V2R2 (5765-527) operates with all current versions of System Monitor including:
    • The System Monitor for HP-UX subagent component (5765-527) (which is the same as System Monitor for HP-UX (5765-235))

    • The System Monitor for Sun Solaris subagent component (5765-527) (which is the same as System Monitor for Sun Solaris (5765-234))

    • System Monitor for NCR UNIX (5765-236)

    • Systems Monitor/6000 Version 1 (5765-142)

    • Systems Monitor for AIX Version 2 Release 2 (5765-410)
The Systems Monitor for HP-UX subagent component requires:
  • HP/UX Release 9.01 for Series 700 machines
  • HP/UX Release 9.0 for Series 800 machines
  • TCP/IP
The Systems Monitor for SUN Solaris subagent component requires either one of the following:
  • Sun Solaris 1.1 components -- Sun Solaris 1.1.1 operating system with TCP/IP installed.
  • Sun Solaris 2.1 components -- Sun Solaris 2.3 operating system with TCP/IP installed.



TME 10 NetView

The software prerequisite for the NetView for AIX Component is:

AIX 3.2.5.1

  • IBM AIX Version 3 Release 2 Modification Level 5.1 (5765-030) with the option IBM Visual Systems Management (VSM) installed; VSM is an optional component delivered with AIX.

  • User interface components require X Window System Version 11 Release 5 and OSF Motif Version 1 Release 2, such as delivered by IBM AIX Windows Environment/6000 Version 1 Release 2 Modification Level 3 (5601-257) or later with the following options installed:
    • X Window System Version 11 Release 5 or later
    • Motif 1.2 or later
AIX 4.1.3
  • IBM AIX Version 4 Release 1 (5765-393)

    There are 3 flavors of AIX Version 4:

    • Client
    • Entry server
    • Server
    If nothing else is stated, it is assumed that the client flavor is a sufficient prerequisite to run a component.
NetView for OS/2 Component

NetView for OS/2 runs on OS/2 2.0 or later release, supported clients are OS/2 1.3 or later.



TME 10 Performance Management

The Performance Monitoring of SNA Networks (1.1.3) Component

The Performance Monitoring of SNA Networks component requires what is specified in the Common AIX Component prerequisites, section however, it runs on AIX 4.1 and above (not AIX 3.2.5). In addition it requires the following:

  • In the capacity of an agent, NPM (NetView Performance Monitor) Version 2, which has to be installed on MVS.
  • SNA Server/6000 Version 2.2 or later
  • To communicate with NPM, specific data link control drivers (supplied with the basic AIX operating system, as part of the BOSNET extension, according to the physical link in use -- token ring,SDLC)
The Performance Monitoring of Applications (1.1.3) Component

The Performance Monitoring of Applications component requires what is specified under Common component prereq above. In addition, in order to communicate with its SNMP Server Subagents, it requires

  • TCP/IP V2.0
  • Specific device drivers according to the physical link in use, (for example, token ring, SDLC)
Performance Monitoring of Application Agents (1.1.3) Component

Each agent is split into two components:

  • The Client Subagent
  • The Server Subagent
The Client Subagent is installed at the workstation where monitored applications run.

The Server Subagent is a SNMP agent which communicates via TCP/IP with the manager application, and via specific protocols with Client Subagents.

The platforms and protocols supported are currently the following

Client              Network             Server
Subagent            Protocol            Subagent

AIX TCP/IP AIX AIX TCP/IP OS/2 OS/2 TCP/IP AIX OS/2 TCP/IP OS/2 OS/2 NetBIOS OS/2 Windows IPX NetWare

The minimum software requirements are:

  • Server Subagent for NetWare systems
    • Novell NetWare 3.11 with SNMP Agent Update 2.1
    • Novell NetWare 3.12 and above
  • Client Subagent for Windows
    • Microsoft Windows 3.1
    • Novell NetWare Requester 2.10
  • Server Subagent for AIX
    • See Common component prereq
    • TCP/IP communication
    • AIX should include the SNMPD daemon
  • Client Subagent for AIX
    • See Common component prereq
    • TCP/IP communication
  • Server Subagent for OS/2
    • For OS/2 Version 2.1
      • Using TCP/IP protocol -- TCP/IP Version 2.0 -- SystemView Agent (1.1) for OS/2 component
      • Using NetBIOS protocol -- TCP/IP Version 2.0 -- SystemView Agent (1.1) for OS/2 component -- AnyNet(R) Version 2.0.2 (or Version 2.0 + ServicePak IP20403)
    • For OS/2 Warp Version 3.0
      • Using TCP/IP protocol, one of the following -- Warp Connect Version 1.0 -- TCP/IP Version 2.0 with SystemView Agent (1.1) for OS/2 component
      • Using NetBIOS protocol -- AnyNet Version 2.0.2 (or Version 2.0 + ServicePak IP 20403 or -- if using OS/2 Warp Connect -- the AttachPak component) -- Either Warp Connect Version 1.0 or TCP/IP Version 2.0 with SystemView Agent (1.1) for OS/2 component
    • Client Subagent for OS/2
      • For OS/2 Version 2.1 -- Using TCP/IP protocol with either TCP/IP Version 2.0 or SystemView Agent (1.1) for OS/2 component -- Using NetBIOS protocol with either MPTS Transport or AnyNet Version 2.0.2 (or Version 2.0 + ServicePak IP20403)
    • For OS/2 Warp Version 3.0
        -- Using TCP/IP protocol with either Warp connect Version 1.0 or TCP/IP Version 2.0 with SystemView Agent (1.1) for OS/2 component -- Using NetBIOS protocol with either MPTS Transport or LAPS or AnyNet Version 2.0.2 (or Version 2.0 + ServicePak IP20403)



TME 10 Performance Reporter

The TME 10 Performance Reporter consists of a manager and agents having the following software requirements:

The Manager and AIX agent requirements are specified in the Common AIX Component Prerequisites section. Additional minimum requirements are as follows:

  • Manager

    The database software required is either of the following:

    • IBM DATABASE 2(TM) AIX/6000 1.1.0.2 (5765-172)
    • IBM DB2 for AIX Version 2.1 (5765-454)
    • ORACLE 7.1.6 with SQL*Plus 3.1
    • SYBASE 10.0.2 SQL Server
  • Agents

    The following services are recommended to be available:

    • Accounting Services (fileset bos.acct).
    • Software Error Logging and Dump Service Aids (fileset bos.rte.serv_aid).
    • AIX 3.2 to 4.1 Compatibility Links (needed for performance and configuration components)
    The agents will also run on either of the following:
    • HP-UX 9.3
    • Sun Solaris 2.3
    • Sun Solaris 1.1
  • Optional software
    • The NetView (4.1) for AIX component (5765-527)
    • The NetView for AIX component (5765-527), (which is the same as IBM NetView for AIX Version 3 Release 1 (5696-731))
    • Systems Monitor/6000 1.2 and 2.1 or later
    • Systems Monitor for Sun Solaris 1.1 (5765-234)
    • Systems Monitor for HP-UX 1.1 (5765-235)
    • Systems Monitor (2.3) for AIX component (5765-527)
    • Systems Monitor for Sun Solaris subagent component (5765-527)
    • Systems Monitor for HP-UX subagent component (5765-527)
    • NetView for Sun Solaris 2.1 (5696-728)
    • Hewlett Packard OpenView Network Node Manager 3.1



Security Management Products



TME 10 User Administration

TME 10 User Administration requires the TME 10 Framework.



Operations and Administration Products



TME 10 Remote Control

TME 10 Remote Control requires the following:

  • Any PC, or PS/2 model currently supported by the following operating systems:
    • OS/2 components (Controller, OS/2 Target, Gateway, Authenticator, Administrator, Packager) run on IBM Operating System/2 Version 2.1 or higher. Certain display drivers are required. See "Display Drivers."
    • Windows Target runs on Microsoft Windows Operating System Version 3.1, or Microsoft Windows for Workgroups Version 3.11 DOS Target runs on Disk Operating System (DOS) Version 5.02 or later
  • Any communications hardware currently supported by the following communications software:
    • For APPC or Asynchronous sessions
      • Communications Manager/2 Version 1.0, (5621-254) or later, or
      • OS/2 Extended Services Version 1.0 (Communications Manager)
    • For IPX/SPX sessions
      • Novell NetWare Requester for OS/2 Version 2.10 or later
      • Novell NetWare Requester for Microsoft Windows Version 4.0 or later
    • For NetBIOS sessions
      • For OS/2 components -- IBM LAN Adapter and Protocol Support (LAPS) Version 2.0 or later, or -- Network Transport Service/2 Version 1.0 or later
      • For DOS or Microsoft Windows targets -- IBM LAN Adapter Support Program (LSP) Version 1.3 or later, or -- Microsoft LAN Manager, or -- Microsoft Windows for Workgroups
    • For TCP/IP sessions
      • IBM TCP/IP for OS/2 Version 2.0 or later
      • IBM TCP/IP for Microsoft Windows version 2.1.1 or later
  • Any display adapter currently supported by the following Display Drivers:
    • OS/2 Version 2.1 and above
      • VGA, SVGA
      • IBM XGA, XGA-2
      • COMPAQ 1280 Q Vision ISA Video
      • Leading adapters based on current chips from ATI, S3 Corporation,
      • Western Digital, Tseng and Cirrus Logic.
      • Microsoft Windows -- VGA



TME 10 Job Scheduling

TME 10 Job Scheduling consists of the following main functions:

  • Controller (manager)
  • User interface (GUI and CLI (Command Line Interface))
  • Agents (for AIX, SunOS, Sun Solaris, HP-UX, OS/2, Windows NT)
The Common AIX Component Prerequisites section specifies what is required for release 1.2 of the Job Scheduler controller, User Interface, and AIX agent.

The SunOS agent requires:

  • Sun Solaris 1.1.1 (SunOS 4.1.3) or later.
The Sun Solaris agent requires:
  • Sun Solaris 2.3 or later.
The HP-UX agent requires:
  • HP-UX 9.0.3 or later.
The OS/2 agent requires:
  • OS/2 V2.1, 2.11 or OS/2 Warp
  • TCP/IP 2.0 or later or MPTN
The Windows NT agent requires:
  • Windows NT 3.5, 3.51 or later
The Job Scheduler controller requires additionally:
  • c-shell (AIX standard option on AIX 3.2.5 bosext1.csh.obj)
One of these relational database systems is required for both the Job Scheduler controller and Job Scheduler User Interface:
  • DB2/6000 Version 1 (V1.1 and V1.2) or Version 2 (5765-454). If the DBMS, Job Scheduler controller and Job Scheduler User Interface are not on the same node, DB2 CAE/6000 V1 (5765-218) or CAE/6000 V2 (provided with DB2 for AIX Server and Multi-User Gateway products) is needed.

  • DB2 Parallel Edition for AIX/6000 V1 (5765-328). If the DBMS, Job Scheduler controller and User Interface are not on the same node, DB2 CAE/6000 V1 (5765-218) or CAE/6000 V2 (provided with DB2 for AIX Server and Multi-User Gateway products) is needed.

  • Oracle7 for AIX/6000 Version 7.1.6.0.2 or later.

    If the DBMS, controller and user interface are not on the same node, then SQLNet V1 or SQLNet V2 with TCP/IP is required.

  • Sybase V10.0.1 or higher.

    If the DBMS, controller and user interface are not on the same node, then Open Client configured for TCP/IP is required.

The following items are optional:
  • The AIX command enscript if reports are to be printed on a PostScript printer (txtfmt.ts.obj on AIX 3.2.5).

  • The AIX command nroff (AIX 3.2.5 standard option txtfmt.tfs.obj) for enabling the help command in the Command Line Interface.

  • Either of the following:
    • The IBM NetView (4.1) for AIX component 5608
    • The IBM NetView (3.1) for AIX component 5601 or IBM NetView for AIX Version 3 Release 1 (5696-731)
    • IBM NetView Entry for AIX Version 3 (5696-905)
  • Network Security Program (NetSP) V1R2 for AIX (5622-061) for third party authentication (GSSAPI) capability (with AIX 3.2.5 only)

  • The LoadLeveler(R) for AIX (5765-145) 1.2.0 or higher, LoadLeveler for Sun SPARCstation systems (5765-227) 1.2.0 or higher, LoadLeveler for Silicon Graphics Systems (5765-228) 1.2.0 or higher, LoadLeveler for Hewlett-Packard Systems (5765-287) 1.2.0 or higher for the capability of distributing workload in a multiprocessor environment. At least one LoadLeveler installation must run on the same machine as a Job Scheduler agent.



TME 10 Print Management

TME 10 Print Management requires the TME 10 Framework.



TME 10 ADSM

ADSM for AIX Component

One of the following communication protocols:

  • For AIX 3.2, you can use:
    • APPC, which is available through the following:
      • IBM AIX SNA Server/6000 2.1 or later (5765-247) for AIX 3.2.5
    • IPX/SPX, which is available through one of the following:
      • NetWare for AIX for RISC System/6000 from IBM 3.11
      • IBM AIX NetBIOS and IPX/SPX Support/6000
    • NetBIOS, which is available through one of the following:
      • NetBIOS on Token-Ring/6000
      • IBM AIX NetBIOS and IPX/SPX Support/6000
    • TCP/IP, which comes standard with AIX.
  • For AIX 4.1 or AIX 4.2, you can use:
    • IBM AIX SNA Server/6000 2.2 (5765-247) for AIX 4.1.1 or later
    • IPX/SPX, which is available through one of the following:
      • IBM NetWare for AIX (NetWare 3.11b)
      • IBM AIX NetBIOS and IPX/SPX Support for AIX (requires AIX 4.1.3)
      • AIX Connections (requires AIX 4.2.4)
    • IBM NetBIOS which is available through one of the following:
      • IBM AIX NetBIOS and IPX/SPX Support for AIX (requires AIX 4.1.3)

      • AIX Connections (requires AIX 4.2.4)
    • TCP/IP, which comes standard with AIX
Environment Support Features

The environment support components enable the ADSM server to support various client types other then AIX. Environment support components include:

  • Desktop Environment Support

    Adds DOS, OS/2, OS/2 DBCS, NetWare, Windows, Windows NT, and Macintosh client support to the ADSM server.

  • UNIX Environment Support

    Adds NCR (formerly AT&T GIS) UNIX SVR4, DEC ULTRIX, HP-UX, SCO UNIX 386, SINIX-Z, SINIX-N, IRIX UNIX, NEC EWS-UX, Sequent PTX, and SunOS or Solaris client support to the ADSM. server.

ADSM Clients

ADSM for AIX provides backup, archive, and recovery services to the following clients:

AIX Client

  • IBM AIX 3.2, 4.1 or later
  • One of the following communication protocols:
    • TCP/IP, which comes standard with AIX/6000
    • APPC, which is available through one of the following:
      • For AIX 3.2.3 or later: IBM AIX SNA Server/6000 2.1 or later (5765-247)
      • For AIX 4.1.1 or later: IBM AIX SNA Server/6000 3.1 (5765-582)
  • The administrative graphical user interface requires the following:
    • IBM AIX 3.2.3 or later, 4.1 or later
    • IBM AIXwindows(R) Environment/6000 (5601-257) for AIX 3.2 or later
    • Motif 1.1 or Motif 1.2
    • Any one of the following communication protocols:
      • TCP/IP, which comes standard with AIX/6000
      • APPC, which is available through one of the following: -- For AIX 3.2.3 or later: IBM AIX SNA Server/6000 2.1 or later (5765-247) -- For AIX 4.1.1 or later: IBM AIX SNA Server/6000 3.1 (5765-582)
  • The AIX Space Management feature requires the following:
    • IBM AIX 3.2.3, AIX 3.2.4 or AIX 3.2.5
    • IBM AIXwindows Environment/6000 (5601-257) for AIX 3.2
    • Motif 1.1 or Motif 1.2
    • Any one of the following communication protocols:
      • APPC, which is available through one of the following: -- For AIX 3.2: AIX SNA Server/6000 2.1 (5765-247) -- For AIX 4.1: AIX SNA Server/6000 3.1 (5765-582)
      • TCP/IP, which comes standard with AIX/6000
Note: Support for the Bull AIX environment is provided by the ADSM AIX client.

The following clients are supported by ADSM through the appropriate Environment Support Feature option.

Apple Macintosh Client

  • Macintosh Operating System 6.0.7, or System 7
  • TCP/IP is available through MacTCP 2.0.2 through 2.0.6
DOS Client
  • DOS 5.0 or later
  • One of the following communication protocols:
    • IPX/SPX, which is available through NetWare Requester for DOS 3.01
    • NetBIOS, which is available through IBM LAN Support Program
    • TCP/IP, which is available through:
      • IBM TCP/IP 2.0 or 2.1 for DOS
      • FTP Software PC/TCP 3.0 for DOS
    DOS DBCS Client

    The DOS DBCS client has the following software requirements:

    • DOS/V 5.0 or later (for Simplified Chinese)
    • IBM TCP/IP Version 2.0 or 2.1 with AP kit
Microsoft Windows Client
  • Microsoft Windows 3.1, or Windows for Workgroups 3.11
  • One of the following communication protocols:
    • IPX/SPX, which is available through NetWare Workstation for Windows
    • NetBIOS, which is available through IBM LAN Support Program
    • TCP/IP, which is available through one of the following WinSock TCP/IP stacks:
      • FTP Software PC/TCP 3.0 for DOS
      • IBM TCP/IP 2.1 for DOS
      • NetManage Chameleon 4.0 for Windows
      • Novell LAN Workplace(TM) 4.1 or 4.2 for DOS
      • Trumpet TCP/IP 1.0 Rev.A
      • WollonGong Pathway Runtime 2.0 for DOS or Windows
    • APPC which is available through NS/Windows 1.0
Microsoft Windows 32-bit Client (formerly Windows NT)
  • Microsoft Windows NT Version 3.5 or Windows 95
  • The following communication protocol:
    • TCP/IP, which is included in the base NT 3.5 or Windows 95 product package
Novell NetWare Client
  • Novell NetWare 3.11, 3.12, 4.01, 4.02, or 4.10
  • One of the following communication protocols:
    • APPC (LU6.2), which is available through NetWare for System Application Architecture
    • IPX/SPX, which comes standard with Novell NetWare
    • TCP/IP, which comes standard with Novell NetWare
OS/2 Client
  • One of the following operating systems
    • OS/2 2.0, 2.1, 2.11, or OS/2 Warp 3.0
  • One of the following communication protocols:
    • APPC, which is available through:
      • For OS/2 Warp 3.0, OS/2 2.0, 2.1, 2.11 -- IBM Communications Manager/2 1.0 -- IBM SAA Networking Services/2
    • IPX/SPX, which is available through NetWare Requester for OS/2 2.11
    • NetBIOS, which is available through:
      • For OS/2 Warp 3.0, OS/2 2.0, 2.1, 2.11 -- IBM Network Transport Services (NTS/2) -- IBM OS/2 LAN Server 2.0, 3.0, 4.0, Advanced Version 3.0, or Advanced Version 4.0
      Note: Novell NetBIOS emulation is not supported.

    • TCP/IP, which is available through IBM TCP/IP 2.0 for OS/2
  • Additional Software Requirements
    • The GUI for administrative clients requires OS/2 2.0, 2.1, 2.11 or OS/2 Warp 3.0
    • The ADSM OS/2 API requires 2.0, 2.1, 2.11 or OS/2 Warp 3.0
    • For extended ADSM support for Lotus Notes:
      • Lotus Notes 3.x OS/2 Client (workstation) software or Lotus Notes 3.x OS/2 Server software
      • Lotus Notes 4.1 OS/2 Client (workstation) software or Lotus Notes 4.1 OS/2 Server software.
  • ADSM provides support for the OS/2 LAN Server 3.0 and 4.0. ACP is supported only on the Advanced version with 386 HPFS installed.
Supported through the optional UNIX Client Environment feature:

Hewlett-Packard HP-UX Client

  • If using the Backup-Archive client
    • HP-UX level 8.07, 9.01, 9.03, 9.04
  • If using the administrative graphical user interface,
    • HP-UX level 9.03 or 9.04
    • X11 Release 5, Motif 1.2, Motif window manager
  • The communication protocol, TCP/IP, comes standard with HP-UX.
Siemens Nixdorf SINIX 386/486 Client
  • Siemens Nixdorf UNIX SINIX-Z Version 5.4.1
  • TCP/IP, which comes standard with SINIX-Z
Siemens Nixdorf SINIX RISC Client
  • Siemens Nixdorf UNIX SINIX-N or SINIX-P Version 5.4.2
  • TCP/IP, which comes standard with the SINIX operating system
NCR (formerly AT&T GIS) UNIX SVR4 Client
  • NCR SVR4 MP-RAS 2.02 and 2.03
  • TCP/IP, which comes standard with AT&T SVR4 MP-RAS
SCO UNIX 386 or SCO Open Desktop Client
  • SCO UNIX 386 3.2 v4.0, SCO Open Desktop 2.0, or SCO Open Desktop 3.0
  • TCP/IP, which is comes standard with SCO Open Desktop 2.0 or SCO Open Desktop 3.0. For SCO UNIX 386, TCP/IP is available by installing SCO TCP/IP Runtime Systems 1.1.3
Sun Microsystems SunOS or Solaris Client
  • For a backup-archive client:
    • SunOS 4.1.3, Solaris 2.3, Solaris 2.4 or Solaris 2.5 in native mode

      Note: Solaris 2.4 is only supported on SPARC workstations.

    • An X Window System for the graphical use interface, such as OpenWindows 2.0 which comes standard with SunOS or Solaris
    • TCP/IP, which comes standard with SunOS or Solaris
  • For an administrative client with a graphical user interface:
    • SunOS 4.1.3, Solaris 2.3 in binary compatibility mode, Solaris 2.4 in binary compatibility mode or Solaris 2.5 in binary compatibility mode
    • For Solaris 2.3, 2.4 or 2.5: Binary Compatibility packages
    • TCP/IP, which comes standard with SunOS or Solaris
    Note: The administrative GUI will work with the OpenLook window manager, but the Motif window manager is recommended.
Note: Support for backing up the Auspex NFS File Servers is provided by running the ADSM SunOS 4.1.3 client on the Auspex host processor.

Digital ULTRIX Client

  • DEC ULTRIX 4.2A, 4.3, or 4.4
  • TCP/IP, which comes standard with DEC ULTRIX
Digital UNIX Client
  • Digital UNIX V3.2 (DEC OSF/1)
  • TCP/IP, which comes standard with Digital UNIX
Bull DPX/2 300 B.O.S. (Bull Open Software) Client

A Bull DPX/2 client requires the following software:

  • Bull DPX/2 300 series with B.O.S. Release 2
  • TCP/IP, which comes standard with the INET software package
NEC EWS-UX/V Client
  • NEC EWS-UX/V (Rel4.2) Rev. 9.1 or 9.2
  • TCP/IP, which comes standard with NEC EWS-UX/V
Silicon Graphics IRIX Client
  • IRIX UNIX Release 5.2 or 5.3
  • TCP/IP, which comes standard with IRIX UNIX
Sequent PTX Client
  • Sequent PTX UNIX Release 2.1.6.
  • TCP/IP, PTX/TCP/IP V2.4.3, which comes standard with Sequent PTX UNIX.
Compatibility: IBM has tested ADSM clients with the following database products for support of offline database backup and archive services:
  • Borland dBASE IV 1.5 for DOS
  • Borland PARADOX 4.0 for DOS
  • Borland PARADOX 1.0 for Windows
  • IBM DB2/2(TM) 1.0
  • IBM DB2/6000 1.0
  • Oracle 7 for IBM RS/6000 (except for raw partition support)
  • Microsoft ACCESS 1.0 for Windows
  • Microsoft FOXPRO 2.5 for Windows
  • Sybase 4.2 with the latest quality refresh and 4.9 (except for raw partition support)
ADSM API clients can provide online as well as offline database backup services for the following database products:
  • IBM DB2/6000 1.0 on IBM AIX 3.2
  • Sybase 4.x or System 10 via the SQL-BackTrack ADSM Module on IBM AIX 3.2, HP-UX 9.0, Sun 4.1, and Solaris 2.2.
  • Lotus Notes databases, including Lotus Notes 4.1 using the Lotus Notes Backup Agent. Lotus Notes 4.1 requires the new ADSM OS/2 client code, available after June 28, 1996 from the ADSM FTP Server: index.storsys.ibm.com.

    The Lotus Notes backup agent running on a workstation requires one user authorization. If that workstation is also running an OS/2 backup/archive client, then an additional user authorization would be required.

ADSM/2 Component

ADSTAR Distributed Storage Manager/2 provides automated, centrally scheduled, unattended backups for LANs or workstations.

Support for Variety of Clients:

The ADSM server platforms support the following clients:

  • AIX
  • Apple Macintosh
  • Auspex (supported by SunOS client)
  • Bull DPX/2
  • Bull DPX/20 (Bull AIX, supported by AIX client)
  • Digital ULTRIX
  • Digital UNIX
  • DOS
  • Hewlett-Packard HP-UX
  • Microsoft Windows
  • Windows 32-bit client running Microsoft Windows NT and Windows 95
  • NCR UNIX SVR-4 (formerly AT&T GIS)
  • NEC EWS-UX/V
  • Novell NetWare
  • OpenEdition MVS
  • OS/2
  • Pyramid Nile (supported by SINIX RISC client)
  • SCO UNIX 386 and SCO Open Desktop
  • Sequent PTX
  • Siemens Nixdorf SINIX 386/486 and SINIX RISC
  • Silicon Graphics IRIX
  • Sun Microsystems SunOS and Solaris



TME 10 Application Development Environment

The TME 10 Tivoli/Application Development Environment requires the TME 10 Framework.



TME 10 Application Extension Facility

The TME 10 Application Extension Facility (AEF) requires the TME 10 Framework.



TME 10 Tivoli/Plus

The TME 10 Tivoli/Plus modules require the TME 10 Framework and derive their environmental support from it. The TME 10 Tivoli/Plus modules are:

  • TME 10 Tivoli/Plus for AR Systems
  • TME 10 Tivoli/Plus for ServiceCenter
  • TME 10 Tivoli/Plus for Networker
  • TME 10 Tivoli/Plus for BoKS
  • TME 10 Tivoli/Plus for SeOS
  • TME 10 Tivoli/Plus for Maestro
  • TME 10 Tivoli/Plus for ADSM



Planning Information

Packaging: TME 10 products support a wide array of operating system platforms. Consequently, the TME 10 components are delivered on the media that is most suited for the platform(s) on which the components operate. Most components are offered on CD-ROM or on 3.5-inch diskette. However, the TME 10 components that run on AIX will continue to be offered, for a limited time, on 4-mm and 8-mm magnetic tape to provide a smooth transition from the former SystemView offerings.

Refer to the Ordering Information section for details on the media available in each product's component and for the media feature specification.



Security, Auditability, and Control

The announced TME 10 products use the security and auditability features of the RISC System/6000 hardware and the AIX/6000 operating system and other UNIX and non-UNIX operating systems supported by TME 10.

User management is responsible for evaluation, selection, and implementation of security features, administrative procedures, and appropriate controls in application systems and communication facilities.



ORDERING INFORMATION



New Licensees

Orders for new licenses will be accepted now.

Shipment will begin on the planned availability date.

Basic License: To order a basic license, specify the program number and feature number 9001 for asset registration. Specify the feature number of the desired distribution medium shown below.



Program Upgrade

A customer may upgrade to a TME 10 product offering at no charge under any of the following conditions:

  1. UPP or Software Advantage: If the customer is a licensed user of the IBM Software Upgrade Protection Plan for AIX and UNIX Operating System-based Software (Upgrade Protection Plan), 5692-ADV, or IBM Software Advantage for Workstations, 5809-AAR, for the products noted in Tables 1 through 4 below, the customer may upgrade to the corresponding TME 10 product at no charge. Specify the upgrade feature code from Tables 1 through 4 below.
  2. Predecessor IBM Products: If a customer is a licensed user of any of the predecessor IBM products shown in Tables 5 through 8 below, the customer may order the corresponding TME 10 product at no charge when the customer orders the corresponding TME 10 Maintenance and Support offering. Specify the upgrade feature code from Tables 5 through 8 below.

  3. Predecessor Tivoli Products: If a customer is a licensed Tivoli user of any of the Tivoli products shown in Table 9 below, and is currently enrolled in a Tivoli Maintenance and Support contract, the customer may order the corresponding TME 10 product at no charge when the customer orders the corresponding TME 10 Maintenance and Support offering. Specify the upgrade feature code from Table 9 below.
TME 10 Framework Upgrade: In addition, customers who are eligible for any upgrade in Tables 1 through 8 are also entitled to a license of TME 10 Framework, 5697-FRA, at no charge for each managed server and each managed client in the current network. When ordering 5697-FRA, specify feature number 0500 and the number of servers in the current network, and feature number 0501 and the number of clients in the current network. Table 1: Upgrading from UPP or Software Advantage to TME 10 Deployment Management Products
                               Program     Upgrading to       Upgrade
                               Number      TME 10 Product     Feature
Upgrading From UPP/SW Adv:     (features)  (feature):         Number

SystemView Server/AIX V4 5692-ADV TME 10 Software NetView Distribution (4304) Distribution 0602 Manager (4305) 5697-SWD (0001)

SystemView Server/AIX V4 5692-ADV TME 10 Software NetView Distribution (4306) Distribution 0604 Manager Agents (Qty 1) (4307) 5697-SWD (0002)

SystemView Server/AIX V4 5692-ADV TME 10 Software NetView Distribution (4342) Distribution 0605 Manager Agents (Qty 250) (4343) 5697-SWD (0252)

NetView Distribution 5809-AAR TME 10 Software Manager for NetWare (0003) Distribution 0602 (0004) 5697-SWD (0001)

NetView Distribution (0069) Manager/2 (0070) (0073) (0074) NetView Distribution (0067) Manager/2 Entry (0068) (0071) (0072)

NetView Distribution 5809-AAR TME 10 Software Manager/2 Agents (Qty 1) (0013) Distribution 0604 (0014) 5697-SWD (0002) (0015) (0016) (0017) (0018) (0093) (0094) (0239) (0240) (0277) (0278) (0550) (0551)

Table 2: Upgrading from UPP or Software Advantage to TME 10 Availability Management Products

                               Program     Upgrading to       Upgrade
                               Number      TME 10 Product     Feature
Upgrading From UPP/SW Adv:     (features)  (feature):         Number

SystemView Server/AIX V4 5692-ADV TME 10 Systems Monitor Config 2.3 (4356) Distrib Mon 0606 (4357) 5697-EMN (0001)

SystemView Server/AIX V4 5692-ADV TME 10 Systems Monitor Config 2.3 (4284) Distrib Mon 0607 (Qty 1) (4285) 5697-EMN (002) (4352) (4353) (4360) (4361)

SystemView Server/AIX V4 5692-ADV TME 10 Systems Monitor Config 2.3 (4356) Distrib Mon 0608 (Qty 250) (4357) 5697-EMN (0252) (4286) (4287) (4354) (4355) (4362) (4363)

SystemView Server/AIX V4 5692-ADV TME 10 NetView 0605 NetView for AIX 4.1 (4336) 5697-NVW (0001) (4337)

NetView for OS/2 5809-AAR TME 10 NetView 0605 (0061) 5697-NVW (0001) (0062)

SystemView Server/AIX V4 5692-ADV TME 10 Performance Monitoring for (4626) Performance Mgt 0406 SNA Networks (4627) 5697-PMN (0001)

SystemView Server/AIX V4 5692-ADV TME 10 Performance Monitoring for (4628) Performance Mgt 0406 Applications (4629) 5697-PMN (0001)

SystemView Server/AIX V4 5692-ADV TME 10 Performance Monitoring for (4630) Performance Mgt 0407 Appls Agents (Qty 1) (4631) 5697-PMN (0002)

SystemView Server/AIX V4 5692-ADV TME 10 Performance Monitoring for (4632) Performance Mgt 0408 Appls Agents (Qty 250) (4633) 5697-PMN (0002)

SystemView Server/AIX V4 5692-ADV TME 10 Performance Reporter (4296) Performance Rptr 0601 (4297) 5697-RPT (0001)

SystemView Server/AIX V4 5692-ADV TME 10 Perf Reprtr Agents (Qty 1) (4298) Performance Rptr 0602 (4299) 5697-RPT (0002)

SystemView Server/AIX V4 5692-ADV TME 10 Perf Reprtr Agents (Qty 250) (4338) Performance Rptr 0603 (4339) 5697-RPT (0252)

Table 3: Upgrading from UPP or Software Advantage to TME 10 Security Management Products

                               Program     Upgrading to       Upgrade
                               Number      TME 10 Product     Feature
Upgrading From UPP/SW Adv:     (features)  (feature):         Number

SystemView Server/AIX V4 5692-ADV TME 10 User Extended System (4308) Administr 0604 Administration (4309) 5697-UAD (0001)

SystemView Server/AIX V4 5692-ADV TME 10 User Extended System (4342) Administr 0605 Administration (Qty 1) (4343) 5697-UAD (0002)

SystemView Server/AIX V4 5692-ADV TME 10 User Extended System (4344) Administr 0606 Administration (Qty 250) (4345) 5697-UAD (0252)

Table 4: Upgrading from UPP or Software Advantage to TME 10 Operations and Administration Products

                             Program     Upgrading to         Upgrade
                             Number      TME 10 Product       Feature
Upgrading From UPP/SW Adv:   (features)  (feature):           Number

Distributed Console 5809-AAR TME 10 Access Facility (0141) Remote Control 0260 (0142) 5697-RCL (0002)

SystemView Server/AIX V4 5692-ADV TME 10 Job Scheduler (4292) Job Scheduling 0600 (4293) 5697-JSC (0001)

SystemView Server/AIX V4 5692-ADV TME 10 Job Sched Agents (Qty 1) (4292) Job Scheduling 0301 (4293) 5697-JSC (0002)

SystemView Server/AIX V4 5692-ADV TME 10 Job Sched Agents (Qty 250) (4334) Job Scheduling 0602 (4335) 5697-JSC (0252)

ADSM Base Server 5692-ADV TME 10 ADSM (4288) 5697-BKP (0001) 0299 (4289) (4530) (4531)

ADSM Clients (Qty 1) 5692-ADV TME 10 ADSM (4532) 5697-BKP (0002) 0615 (4533) (4290) (4291)

ADSM Clients (Qty 250) 5692-ADV TME 10 ADSM (4314) 5697-BKP (0252) 0616 (4315)

ADSM Desktop Environment 5692-ADV TME 10 ADSM (4316) Desktop 0302 (4317) Environment (4534) 5697-BKP (0600) (4535)

ADSM UNIX Environment 5692-ADV TME 10 ADSM (4318) UNIX 0303 (4319) Environment (4536) 5697-BKP (0602) (4537)

Table 4 (Continued): Upgrading from UPP or Software Advantage to TME 10 Operations and Administration Products

                               Program     Upgrading to       Upgrade
                               Number      TME 10 Product     Feature
Upgrading From UPP/SW Adv:     (features)  (feature):         Number

ADSM Space Management 5692-ADV TME 10 ADSM Space 0297 (4538) Management (4539) 5697-BKP (0601) (4954) (4955)

ADSM Secondary Server 5692-ADV TME 10 ADSM Seconda0617 (4550) Server (4551) 5697-BKP (0607) (4956) (4957)

ADSM Disaster Recovery Mgr 5692-ADV TME 10 ADSM Disaste0298 (4278) Recovery Manager (4279) 5697-BKP (0611) (4958) (4959)

ADSM Device Support 5692-ADV TME 10 ADSM Device 0304 Module 1 (4320) Support Module 1 (4321) 5697-BKP (0603) (4542) (4543)

ADSM Device Support 5692-ADV TME 10 ADSM Device 0305 Module 2 (4322) Support Module 2 (4323) 5697-BKP (0604) (4544) (4545)

ADSM Device Support 5692-ADV TME 10 ADSM Device 0306 Module 3 (4324) Support Module 3 (4325) 5697-BKP (0605) (4546) (4547)

ADSM Device Support 5692-ADV TME 10 ADSM Device 0307 Module 4 (4326) Support Module 4 (4327) 5697-BKP (0606) (4548) (4549)

ADSM Device Support 5692-ADV TME 10 ADSM Device 0308 Module Upgrade 1 to 2 (4328) Sup Module Upgr 1-2 (4329) 5697-BKP (0608) (4552) (4553)

ADSM Device Support 5692-ADV TME 10 ADSM Device 0309 Module Upgrade 2 to 3 (4330) Sup Module Upgr 2-3 (4331) 5697-BKP (0609) (4554) (4555)

ADSM Device Support 5692-ADV TME 10 ADSM Device 0310 Module Upgrade 3 to 4 (4332) Sup Module Upgr 3-4 (4333) 5697-BKP (0610) (4556) (4557)

ADSM/2 Base Server 5809-AAR TME 10 ADSM (0055) 5697-BKP (0001) 0299 (0056)

ADSM/2 Clients (Qty 1) 5809-AAR TME 10 ADSM (0303) 5697-BKP (0002) 0615 (0304)

Table 5: Upgrading from Predecessor IBM Products to TME 10 Deployment Management Products

                         Program
                         Number
                         (features) Upgrading to           Upgrade
                         /Part      TME 10 Product         Feature
Upgrading From:          Number     (feature):             Number

NetView Distribution 17H7702 TME 10 Software Distr Manager-OS/2 5697-SWD (0001) 0406

NetView Distribution 5765-196 TME 10 Software Distr 0406 Manager/6000 1.1 (2055) 5697-SWD (0001)

NetView Distribution 33H6920 TME 10 Software Distr 0406 Manager for NetWare 33H7107 5697-SWD (0001)

NetView Distribution 5765-214 TME 10 Software Distr 0301 Manager Agents (3108) 5697-SWD (0002)

NetView Distribution 5765-215 TME 10 Software Distr 0301 Manager Ag -- HP-UX (1999) 5697-SWD (0002)

NetView Distribution 5765-306 TME 10 Software Distr 0301 Manager Ag -- SunOS (3199) 5697-SWD (0002)

NetView Distribution 5765-307 TME 10 Software Distr 0301 Manager Ag -- Solaris (3198) 5697-SWD (0002) (3199)

NetView Distribution 5871-AAA TME 10 Software Distr 0301 Manager Ag -- OS/2 (7319) 5697-SWD (0002) 5872-AAA (7320) (7321) 33H6930 33H7117

NetView Distribution 5871-AAA TME 10 Software Distr 0301 Manager Ag -- DOS (8099) 5697-SWD (0002) 5872-AAA (8100) (8101) 33H6922 33H7109

NetView Distribution 5871-AAA TME 10 Software Distr 0301 Manager Ag -- Windows (8237) 5697-SWD (0002) 5872-AAA (8238) (8239) 33H6928 33H7115

NetView Distribution 33H6923 TME 10 Software Distr 0301 Manager Ag -- Windows NT33H7110 5697-SWD (0002)

NetView Distribution 33H6929 TME 10 Software Distr 0301 Manager Ag -- NetWare 33H7116 5697-SWD (0002) 33H6921 33H7108

NetView Distribution 34H0998 TME 10 Software Distr 0301 Manager Ag -- Macintosh 34H0999 5697-SWD (0002)

SystemView Server/AIX V4 5765-527 TME 10 Software Distr 0406 NetView Distribution Mgr. (0128) 5697-SWD (0001)

SystemView Server/AIX V4 5765-527 TME 10 Software Distr 0301 NetView Distribution Mgr. (0129) 5697-SWD (0002) Agents (Qty 1)

SystemView Server/AIX V4 5765-527 TME 10 Software Distr 0606 NetView Distribution Mgr. (0153) 5697-SWD (0252) Agents (Qty 250)

Table 5 (Continued): Upgrading from Predecessor IBM Products to TME 10 Deployment Management Products

                          Program     Upgrading to           Upgrade
                          Number      TME 10 Product         Feature
Upgrading From:           (features)  (feature):             Number

SystemView Server/AIX V4 5765-527 TME 10 Software Distr 0406 Software Distribution (0385) 5697-SWD (0001)

SystemView Server/AIX V4 5765-527 TME 10 Software Distr 0301 Software Distribution (0386) 5697-SWD (0002) Agents (Qty 1)

SystemView Server/AIX V4 5765-527 TME 10 Software Distr 0606 Software Distribution (0387) 5697-SWD (0252) Agents (Qty 250)

Table 6: Upgrading from Predecessor IBM Products to TME 10 Availability Management Products

                           Program
                           Number
                           (features)    Upgrading to         Upgrade
                           /Part         TME 10 Product       Feature
Upgrading From:            Number        (feature):           Number

Systems Monitor V2.1 5765-410 TME 10 Distrib Mon 0401 (4890) 5697-EMN (0001) (4891) (4894) (4895) (4896) (4897) (4899)

Systems Monitor V2.1 5765-410 TME 10 Distrib Mon 0301 Agents (4892) 5697-EMN (0002) (4995) (4996)

Systems Monitor for HP-UX 5765-235 TME 10 Distrib Mon 0401 (2401) 5697-EMN (0001)

Systems Monitor for Sun 5765-234 TME 10 Distrib Mon 0401 Solaris 1.2/2.1 (2400) 5697-EMN (0001)

SystemView Server/AIX V4 5765-527 TME 10 Distrib Mon 0401 Systems Monitor Config (0103) 5697-EMN (0001) V2.1/2.2/2.3 (0162)

SystemView Server/AIX V4 5765-527 TME 10 Distrib Mon 0301 Systems Mon SIA/SLM (0104) 5697-EMN (0002) V2.1/2.2/2.3 (Qty 1) (0108) (0160) (0164)

SystemView Server/AIX V4 5765-527 TME 10 Distrib Mon 0609 Systems Mon SIA/SLM (0137) 5697-EMN (0252) V2.1/2.2/2.3 (Qty 250) (0109) (0161) (0165) NetView/AIX 3.1 5696-731 TME 10 NetView 0400 5697-NVW

NetView Entry V3 5696-905 TME 10 NetView 0400 5697-NVW

SystemView Server/AIX V4 5765-527 TME 10 NetView 0400 NetView 3.1 (0100) 5697-NVW

SystemView Server/AIX V4 5765-527 TME 10 NetView 0400 NetView 4.1 (0158) 5697-NVW

Table 6 (Continued): Upgrading from Predecessor IBM Products to TME 10 Availability Management Products

                           Program
                           Number
                           (features) Upgrading to           Upgrade
                           /Part      TME 10 Product         Feature
Upgrading From:            Number     (feature):             Number

NetView for OS/2 33H6924 TME 10 NetView 0400 33H7111 5697-NVW

SystemView Server/AIX V4 5765-527 TME 10 Perform Mgt 0404 Performance Management for (1049) 5697-PMN (0001) SNA Networks

SystemView Server/AIX V4 5765-527 TME 10 Perform Mgt 0405 Performance Management for (1050) 5697-PMN (0001) Applications

SystemView Server/AIX V4 5765-527 TME 10 Perform Mgt 0301 Performance Management for (1051) 5697-PMN (0002) Applications Agents (Qty 1)

SystemView Server/AIX V4 5765-527 TME 10 Perform Mgt 0302 Performance Management for (1052) 5697-PMN (0252) Applications Agents (Qty 250)

SystemView Server/AIX V4 5765-527 TME 10 Performance Rprt0550 Performance Reporter (0124) 5697-RPT (0001)

SystemView Server/AIX V4 5765-527 TME 10 Performance Rprt0301 Performance Reporter Agents (0125) 5697-RPT (0002) (Qty 1)

SystemView Server/AIX V4 5765-527 TME 10 Performance Rprt0604 Performance Reporter Agents (0151) 5697-RPT (0252) (Qty 250)

Table 7: Upgrading from Predecessor IBM Products to TME 10 Security Management Products

                             Program    Upgrading to         Upgrade
                             Number     TME 10 Product       Feature
Upgrading From:              (features) (feature):           Number

SystemView Server/AIX V4 5765-527 TME 10 User Adminstr 0403 Extended Systems Admin. (0132) 5697-UAD (0001)

SystemView Server/AIX V4 5765-527 TME 10 User Adminstr 0301 Extended Systems Admin. (0133) 5697-UAD (0002) (Qty 1)

SystemView Server/AIX V4 5765-527 TME 10 User Adminstr 0607 Extended Systems Admin. (0155) 5697-UAD (0252) (Qty 250)

Table 8: Upgrading from Predecessor IBM Products to TME 10 Operations and Administration Products

                           Program
                           Number
                           (features) Upgrading to           Upgrade
                           /Part      TME 10 Product         Feature
Upgrading From:            Number     (feature):             Number

Distributed Console 33H7210 TME 10 Remote Control 0260 Access Facility 33H6889 5697-RCL (0002)

Job Scheduler 1.1 5765-381 TME 10 Job Scheduling 0402 (3174) 5697-JSC (0001)

Job Scheduler 1.1 5765-381 TME 10 Job Scheduling 0601 Agents (3175) 5697-JSC (0002) (3176) (3177) (3178) (3179)

Table 8 (Continued): Upgrading from Predecessor IBM Products to TME 10 Operations and Administration Products

                           Program
                           Number
                           (features) Upgrading to           Upgrade
                           /Part      TME 10 Product         Feature
Upgrading From:            Number     (feature):             Number

SystemView Server/AIX V4 5765-527 TME 10 Job Scheduling 0402 Job Scheduler 1.1 (0118) 5697-JSC (0001)

SystemView Server/AIX V4 5765-527 TME 10 Job Scheduling 0601 Job Scheduler 1.1 Agents (0119) 5697-JSC (0002) (Qty 1)

SystemView Server/AIX V4 5765-527 TME 10 Job Scheduling 0603 Job Scheduler 1.1 Agents (0148) 5697-JSC (0252) (Qty 250)

ADSM 2.1 Base Server 5765-564 TME 10 ADSM 0409 (0170) 5697-BKP (0001)

ADSM 2.1 Clients 5765-564 TME 10 ADSM 0618 (Qty 1) (0172) 5697-BKP (0002)

ADSM 2.1 Clients 5765-564 TME 10 ADSM 0619 (Qty 250) (0173) 5697-BKP (0252)

ADSM 2.1 Desktop 5765-564 TME 10 ADSM 0410 Environment (0174) Desktop Environment 5697-BKP (0600)

ADSM 2.1 UNIX Environment 5765-564 TME 10 ADSM 0411 (0176) UNIX Environment 5697-BKP (0602)

ADSM 2.1 Space Management 5765-564 TME 10 ADSM 0421 (0178) Space Management 5697-BKP (0601)

ADSM 2.1 Secondary Server 5765-564 TME 10 ADSM 0423 (0190) Secondary Server 5697-BKP (0607)

ADSM 2.1 Disaster Recovery 5765-564 TME 10 ADSM 0424 Manager (0198) Disaster Recovery Mgr 5697-BKP (0611)

ADSM 2.1 Device Support 5765-564 TME 10 ADSM 0412 Module 1 (0182) Device Spt. Module 1 5697-BKP (0603)

ADSM 2.1 Device Support 5765-564 TME 10 ADSM 0414 Module 2 (0184) Device Spt. Module 2 5697-BKP (0604)

ADSM 2.1 Device Support 5765-564 TME 10 ADSM 0415 Module 3 (0186) Device Spt. Module 3 5697-BKP (0605)

ADSM 2.1 Device Support 5765-564 TME 10 ADSM 0416 Module 4 (0188) Device Spt. Module 4 5697-BKP (0606)

ADSM 2.1 Device Support 5765-564 TME 10 ADSM 0417 Upgrade Module 1 to 2 (0192) Dev. Spt. Upgr. 1-2 5697-BKP (0608)

ADSM 2.1 Device Support 5765-564 TME 10 ADSM 0419 Upgrade Module 2 to 3 (0194) Dev. Spt. Upgr. 2-3 5697-BKP (0609)

Table 8 (Continued): Upgrading from Predecessor IBM Products to TME 10 Operations and Administration Products

                            Program
                            Number
                            (features) Upgrading to          Upgrade
                            /Part      TME 10 Product        Feature
Upgrading From:             Number     (feature):            Number

ADSM 2.1 Device Support 5765-564 TME 10 ADSM 0420 Upgrade Module 3 to 4 (0196) Dev. Spt. Upgr. 3-4 5697-BKP (0610)

SystemView Server/AIX V4 5765-527 TME 10 ADSM 0409 ADSM 2.1 Base Server (0366) 5697-BKP (0001)

SystemView Server/AIX V4 5765-527 TME 10 ADSM 0618 ADSM 2.1 Clients (0367) 5697-BKP (0002) (Qty 1)

SystemView Server/AIX V4 5765-527 TME 10 ADSM 0619 ADSM 2.1 Clients (0368) 5697-BKP (0252) (Qty 250)

SystemView Server/AIX V4 5765-527 TME 10 ADSM 0410 ADSM 2.1 Desktop (0369) Desktop Environment Environment 5697-BKP (0600)

SystemView Server/AIX V4 5765-527 TME 10 ADSM 0411 ADSM 2.1 UNIX Environment (0372) UNIX Environment 5697-BKP (0602)

SystemView Server/AIX V4 5765-527 TME 10 ADSM 0421 ADSM 2.1 Space Management (0370) Space Management 5697-BKP (0601)

SystemView Server/AIX V4 5765-527 TME 10 ADSM 0423 ADSM 2.1 Secondary Server (0377) Secondary Server 5697-BKP (0607)

SystemView Server/AIX V4 5765-527 TME 10 ADSM 0424 ADSM 2.1 Disaster Recovery (0514) Disaster Recovery Mgr Manager 5697-BKP (0611)

SystemView Server/AIX V4 5765-527 TME 10 ADSM 0412 ADSM 2.1 Device Support (0373) Device Spt. Module 1 Module 1 5697-BKP (0603)

SystemView Server/AIX V4 5765-527 TME 10 ADSM 0414 ADSM 2.1 Device Support (0374) Device Spt. Module 2 Module 2 5697-BKP (0604)

SystemView Server/AIX V4 5765-527 TME 10 ADSM 0415 ADSM 2.1 Device Support (0375) Device Spt. Module 3 Module 3 5697-BKP (0605)

SystemView Server/AIX V4 5765-527 TME 10 ADSM 0416 ADSM 2.1 Device Support (0376) Device Spt. Module 4 Module 4 5697-BKP (0606)

SystemView Server/AIX V4    5765-527   TME 10 ADSM           0417
ADSM 2.1 Device Support      (0378)    Dev. Spt. Upgr. 1-2
   Upgrade Module 1 to 2               5697-BKP (0608)

SystemView Server/AIX V4 5765-527 TME 10 ADSM 0419 ADSM 2.1 Device Support (0379) Dev. Spt. Upgr. 2-3 Upgrade Module 2 to 3 5697-BKP (0609)

SystemView Server/AIX V4 5765-527 TME 10 ADSM 0420 ADSM 2.1 Device Support (0380) Dev. Spt. Upgr. 3-4 Upgrade Module 3 to 4 5697-BKP (0610)

ADSM/2 Base Server 33H6870 TME 10 ADSM 0409 33H7057 5697-BKP (0001)

ADSM/2 Clients 33H6871 TME 10 ADSM 0618 (Qty 1) 33H7058 5697-BKP (0002)

Table 9: Upgrading from Predecessor Tivoli Products to TME 10 Products

                             Former
                             Tivoli   Upgrading to           Upgrade
                             Product  TME 10 Product         Feature
Upgrading From:              Number   (feature):             Number

Tivoli Managemt Framework TMF TME 10 Framework 0500 5697-FRA Tivoli Courier TC or TME 10 Software Distr 0502 TCPC 5697-SWD Tivoli Enterprise Console ECL TME 10 Enterprise Conso0511 5697-EAS Tivoli Ent. Cons. Addl. Adt E5S TME 10 Enterprise Conso0512 addl event adapters 5697-EAA Tivoli TME Event Integ. Fac. EIF TME 10 Event Integrat F0510 5697-EIF Tivoli Sentry TS TME 10 Distrib Mon 0507 5697-EMN Tivoli Admin TW TME 10 User Administr 0505 5697-UAD Tivoli Print TP TME 10 Print Management0506 5697-PRT Tivoli/Plus for AR System TPM001 Tivoli/Plus for AR Syst0513 5697-PRE Tivoli/Plus for ServiceCtr TPM002 Tivoli/Plus for Service0630 5697-PPE Tivoli/Plus for NetWorker TPM101 Tivoli/Plus for NetWork0514 5697-PLE Tivoli/Plus for BoKS TPM151 Tivoli/Plus for BoKS 0515 5697-PBO Tivoli/Plus for SeOS TPM152 Tivoli/Plus for SeOS 0550 5697-PME Tivoli/Plus for Maestro TPM051 Tivoli/Plus for Maestro0551 5697-PUN Tivoli/Plus for ADSM TPM102 Tivoli/Plus for ADSM 0600 5697-PAD Tivoli TME Appl. Devel. Env. ADE TME 10 Appl Develop Env0508 5697-ADE Tivoli TME Appl. Extens. Fac.AEF TME 10 Appl Extension F0509 5697-AEF

Basic Machine-Readable Material: To order, select the feature number of the desired distribution medium:

The following TME 10 products are available only on CD-ROM. Specify media feature code 5809:

  • 5697-FRA TME 10 Framework (LK2T-6059 and LK2T-6066)
  • 5697-EAS TME 10 Enterprise Console (LK2T-6051)
  • 5697-EAA TME 10 Enterpr Cons addl event adapters (LK2T-6051)
  • 5697-EIF TME 10 Event Integration Facility (LK2T-6051)
  • 5697-PRT TME 10 Print Management (LK2T-6057)
  • 5697-PRE TME 10 Tivoli/Plus for AR System (LK2T-6061)
  • 5697-PPE TME 10 Tivoli/Plus for ServiceCenter (LK2T-6061)
  • 5697-PLE TME 10 Tivoli/Plus for NetWorker (LK2T-6061)
  • 5697-PBO TME 10 Tivoli/Plus for BoKS (LK2T-6061)
  • 5697-PME TME 10 Tivoli/Plus for SeOS (LK2T-6061)
  • 5697-PUN TME 10 Tivoli/Plus for Maestro (LK2T-6061)
  • 5997-PAD TME 10 Tivoli/Plus for ADSM (LK2T-6061)
  • 5697-ADE TME 10 Application Development Environment (LK2T-6059 and LK2T-6066)
  • 5697-AEF TME 10 Application Extension Facility (LK2T-6059 and LK2T-6066)
The following TME 10 product is available only on 3.5-inch diskette. Specify media feature code 5815:
  • 5697-RCL TME 10 Remote Control (LK2T-6043)
The following TME 10 products are optionally available on 8-mm native data cartridge (specify media feature 5420), 4-mm native data cartridge (specify media feature 5521), or CD-ROM (specify media feature 5809 and see note 1).
  • 5697-PMN TME 10 Performance Management
  • 5697-RPT TME 10 Performance Reporter
  • 5697-JSC TME 10 Job Scheduling
The following TME 10 products contain components that are packaged on different media types. Follow the ordering instructions noted below:
  • 5697-SWD TME 10 Software Distribution

    The Tivoli/Courier (LK2T-6047) component is packaged only on CD-ROM. The NetView Distribution Manager for OS/2 (LK2T-6039), NetView Distribution Manager Entry for OS/2 (LK2T-6041), NetView Distribution Manger Remote Administrator for OS/2 (LK2T-6040), and the NetView Distribution Manager Easy Preparer for OS/2 (LK2T-6042) components are packaged only on 3.5-inch diskette. The Software Distribution/AIX and the NetView Distribution Manager for AIX components may be packaged on 8-mm tape, 4-mm tape or CD-ROM. To order both of these components:

    • stacked, on 8-mm native data cartridge, specify media feature 5420;
    • stacked, on 4-mm native data cartridge, specify media feature 5521;
    • on CD-ROM, specify media feature 5809 (see note 1).
  • 5697-EMN TME 10 Distributed Monitoring

    The Tivoli/Sentry (LK2T-6053) component is packaged only on CD-ROM. The Systems Monitor for AIX 2.3 component may be packaged on 8-mm tape, 4-mm tape or CD-ROM. To order this component on:

    • 8-mm native data cartridge, specify media feature 5420;
    • 4-mm native data cartridge, specify media feature 5521;
    • CD-ROM, specify media feature 5809 (see note 1).
  • 5697-NVW TME 10 NetView

    The NetView for OS/2 2.1 (LK2T-6038) component is packaged only on 3.5-inch diskette. The NetView for AIX 4.1 component may be packaged on 8-mm tape, 4-mm tape or CD-ROM. To order this component on:

    • 8-mm native data cartridge, specify media feature 5420;
    • 4-mm native data cartridge, specify media feature 5521;
    • CD-ROM, specify media feature 5809 (see note 1).
  • 5697-UAD TME 10 User Administration

    The Tivoli/Admin component is packaged on CD-ROM (LK2T-6056), and the Tivoli/Admin PC End Point Install diskette is packaged on 3.5-inch diskette (LK2T-6067). The Extended System Administration component may be packaged on 8-mm tape, 4-mm tape or CD-ROM. To order this component on:

    • 8-mm native data cartridge, specify media feature 5420;
    • 4-mm native data cartridge, specify media feature 5521;
    • CD-ROM, specify media feature 5809 (see note 1).
    5697-BKP TME 10 ADSM

    The Tivoli/Plus for ADSM component is packaged on CD-ROM (LK2T-6061) The ADSM for OS/2 (LK2T-6044), and ADSM for OS/2 ALternate Client Pack (LK2T-6045) component are packaged only on 3.5-inch diskette. The ADSM 2.1 for AIX component may be packaged on 8-mm tape, 4-mm tape or CD-ROM. To order this component on:

    • 8-mm native data cartridge, specify media feature 5420;
    • 4-mm native data cartridge, specify media feature 5521;
    • CD-ROM, specify media feature 5809 (see note 1).
Note 1: TME 10 CD-ROMs: The following TME 10 components are packaged together on the TME 10 Management Server V4R4 CD-ROM, SK2T-6032:
  • Software Distribution for AIX and NetView Distribution Manager for AIX
  • Systems Monitor for AIX 2.3
  • NetView for AIX 4.1
  • TME 10 Performance Management
  • TME 10 Performance Reporter
  • Extended System Administration
  • TME 10 Job Scheduling
  • ADSM 2.1 for AIX
These components are 'locked' using the Secure Distribution Control System (SDCS). Keys for the product component ordered is included in the shipment with the order. Keys for other product components may be obtained by by placing an order with IBM representatives or authorized remarketers who may obtain keys from the IBM Key Registration Center. The IBM Key Registration Centers handle requests for decryption keys only. They do not accept orders for TME 10 products. Therefore it is important that TME 10 product orders take place through IBM Direct, an IBM Authorized Industry Remarketer, or a local IBM office.

Acquiring Keys to Access Components on the TME 10 Management Server CD-ROM

Access to TME 10 components requires a decryption key for each of the components. The process is:

  • Determine the desired TME 10 components using the ordering information in this section of the announcement.
  • Contact IBM Direct, an IBM Authorized Industry Remarketer, or a local IBM office to place an order for the product containing the component. An authorized industry remarketer, or the local IBM office will provide key delivery as a part of the ordering process.
  • Decryption keys for components of the ordered will be provided by FAX.
  • Input the key on the appropriate installation panel.
Customization Options: Select the appropriate feature number(s) to customize your order to specify the delivery options desired. These features can be specified on the initial or MES orders.

Example: If publications are not desired for the initial order, and for future updates, specify feature numbers 3470 to ship media only, and 3480 to ship media updates only. In the future if publication updates were required, order an MES to remove feature number 3480, and the publications will ship with the next release for the program.

                                                    Feature
Description                                         Number

Initial Shipments

Serial Number Only (suppresses shipment of media and documentation) 3444

Ship Media Only (suppresses initial shipment of documentation) 3470

Ship Documentation Only (suppresses initial shipment of media) 3471

Update Shipments

Ship Media Updates Only (suppresses update shipment of documentation) 3480

Ship Documentation Only (suppresses update shipment of media) 3481

Suppress Updates (suppresses update shipment of media and documentation) 3482

Expedite Shipments

Local IBM Office Expedite (for IBM use only) 3445

Customer Expedite Process Charge ($30 charge for each product) 3446

Expedite shipments will be processed to receive 72 hour delivery from the time IBM Software Manufacturing Solutions (SMS) receives the order. SMS will then ship the order via overnight air transportation.

Unlicensed Documentation: The hardcopy publications listed below are shipped with an order. A memo is supplied automatically with the basic machine-readable material. Other TME 10 books that are not listed below are shipped online (DynaText).

5697-FRA TME 10 Framework

  • Tivoli Management Platform Documentation Kit, SK2T-6058
  • Tivoli Productivity Kit CD-ROM, SK2T-6070



Deployment Management Products

5697-SWD TME 10 Software Distribution

Software Distribution for AIX 3.1.2 Component

  • Up and Running Book, GC31-8136
  • TME 10 Management Server V4R2 Licensed Program Specifications, (GC31-8159)
  • Software Distribution for AIX Getting Started, SH19-4162
  • Software Distribution for AIX Installation & Customization, SH19-4164
  • Software Distribution 3.1 for SINIX Concepts, GH19-4307
  • Software Distribution 3.1 for SINIX Installation, SH19-4309
  • Software Distribution 3.1 Client for SINIX Installation, SH19-4312
  • Software Distribution Client 3.1 for HP-UX, SH19-4306
  • Software Distribution Client 3.1 for IRIX, SH19-4304
NetView Distribution Manager for AIX 1.2 Component
  • NetView DM/6000 Installation & Customization, SH19-5002
  • NetView DM/6000 Getting Started, SH19-4149
Tivoli Courier Component
  • Tivoli/Courier Documentation Kit, SK2T-6046



Availability Management Products

5697-EAS TME 10 Enterprise Console

  • Tivoli/Enterprise Console Documentation Kit, SK2T-6050
5697-EAA TME 10 Enterprise Console additional event adapters
  • Tivoli/Enterprise Console Documentation Kit, SK2T-6050
5697-EIF TME 10 Event Integration Facility
  • Event Integration Facility User's Guide, SC31-8337
5697-EMN TME 10 Distributed Monitoring

Systems Monitor for AIX 2.3 Component

  • Up and Running Book GC31-8136
  • TME 10 Management Server V4R2 Licensed Program Specifications, GC31-8159
  • Systems Monitor for AIX User's Guide Version 2 Release 3, SC31-8173
Tivoli/Sentry Component
  • Tivoli/Sentry Documentation Kit, SK2T-6052
5697-NVW TME 10 NetView
  • Up and Running Book, GC31-8136
  • TME 10 Management Server V4R2 Licensed Program Specifications, GC31-8159
  • NetView for AIX Installation and Configuration, SC31-8163
  • NetView for AIX User's Guide for Beginners, SC31-8158
  • NetView for AIX Administrator's Guide, SC31-8168
5697-PMN TME 10 Performance Management

Performance Monitoring of SNA Networks 1.1.3 Component

  • Up and Running Book, GC31-8136
  • TME 10 Management Server V4R2 Licensed Program Specifications, GC31-8159
  • Using Performance Monitoring of SNA Networks, SH19-4287
  • Using Performance Monitoring Common Functions, SH19-4286
Performance Monitoring of Applications 1.1.3 Component
  • Using Performance Monitoring of Applications, SH19-4177
Performance Monitoring of Applications Agents 1.1.3 Component
  • Using Performance Monitoring of Applications Agents, SH19-4178
5697-RPT TME 10 Performance Reporter
  • Up and Running Book, GC31-8136
  • TME 10 Management Server V4R2 Licensed Program Specifications, GC31-8159
  • Performance Reporter Installation and Administration, SH19-4119



Security Management Products

5697-UAD TME 10 User Administration

Extended Systems Administration Component

  • Up and Running Book, GC31-8136
  • TME 10 Management Server V4R2 Licensed Program Specifications, GC31-8159
  • Installation Guide, SH19-4202
  • User's Guide, SH19-4201
Tivoli/Admin Component
  • Tivoli/Admin Documentation Kit, SK2T-6055
5697-JSC TME 10 Job Scheduling
  • Up and Running Book, GC31-8136
  • TME 10 Management Server V4R2 Licensed Program Specifications, GC31-8159
  • Job Scheduler User's Guide and Reference, SH19-4104
  • SystemView Operations Planning and Control/ESA Job Scheduler for AIX Tracker Agents for UNIX Platforms Installation and Operation, SH19-4236
  • SystemView Tracker Agents for OS/2 and NT Installation and Operation, SH19-4237-01
5697-PRT TME 10 Print Management
  • Tivoli/Print User's Guide, GC31-8392
5697-BKP TME 10 ADSM

ADSTAR Distributed Storage Manager for AIX Component

  • Up and Running Book, GC31-8136
  • TME 10 Management Server V4R2 Licensed Program Specifications, GC31-8159
  • ADSM V2 General Information, GH35-0131
  • ADSM V2 Installing the Server and Administrative Client, SH35-0136
  • ADSM V2 Installing the Clients, SH26-4049
  • ADSM V2 Client Reference Cards, SX26-6013
TME 10 Tivoli/Plus for ADSM
  • TME 10 Tivoli/Plus Documentation Kit, SK2T-6069
5697-PRE TME 10 Tivoli/Plus for AR System
  • Tivoli/Plus Documentation Kit, SK2T-6069
5697-PPE TME 10 Tivoli/Plus for ServiceCenter
  • Tivoli/Plus Documentation Kit, SK2T-6069
5697-PLE TME 10 Tivoli/Plus for NetWorker
  • Tivoli/Plus Documentation Kit, SK2T-6069
5697-PBO TME 10 Tivoli/Plus for BoKS
  • Tivoli/Plus Documentation Kit, SK2T-6069
5697-PME TME 10 Tivoli/Plus for SeOS
  • Tivoli/Plus Documentation Kit, SK2T-6069
5697-PUN TME 10 Tivoli/Plus for Maestro
  • Tivoli/Plus Documentation Kit, SK2T-6069
5697-PAD TME 10 Tivoli/Plus for ADSM
  • Tivoli/Plus Documentation Kit, SK2T-6069



Application Development Tools

5697-ADE TME 10 Application Development Environment

  • Tivoli/ADE Documentation Kit Vol I, SK2T-6062
  • Tivoli/ADE Documentation Kit Vol II, SK2T-6063
  • Tivoli/ADE Documentation Kit Vol III, SK2T-6064
  • Tivoli/ADE Documentation Kit Vol IV, SK2T-6065
  • CORBA, SK2T-8403
5697-AEF TME 10 Application Extension Facility
  • Tivoli/AEF User's Guide, GC31-8345
Displayable Softcopy Publications

Manuals for the TME 10 components listed below are shipped in Dynatext displayable softcopy form. The displayable manuals are part of the basic machine-readable material. The files are shipped on the same media type as the basic machine-readable material. The following TME 10 components have publications shipped in Dynatext displayable format:



Deployment Management Products

5697-SWD TME 10 Software Distribution

Software Distribution for AIX 3.1.2 Component

  • Software Distribution for AIX Concepts, GH19-4161
  • Software Distribution for AIX Getting Started, SH19-4162
  • Software Distribution for AIX User's Guide, SH19-4163
  • Software Distribution for AIX Installation & Customization, SH19-4164
  • Software Distribution for AIX -- Messages & Diagnostics, SH19-4165 (Available only in DynaText and PostScript (LISTPS) formats. Not orderable as a printed manual.)
  • Software Distribution for AIX -- Reference Guide, SH19-4285 (Available only in DynaText and PostScript (LISTPS) formats. Not orderable as a printed manual.)
  • Software Distribution 3.1 for SINIX User's Guide, SH19-4308
  • Software Distribution 3.1 for SINIX Reference, SH19-4310
  • Software Distribution 3.1 for SINIX Messages, SH19-4311
  • NetView DMA for HP-UX User's Guide, SH19-4167
  • NetView DMA for SunOS User's Guide, SH19-4033
  • NetView DMA for Solaris User's Guide, SH19-4072
  • NetView DMA/2 User's Guide, SH19-4084
  • NetView DMA for DOS User's Guide, SH19-4031
  • NetView DMA for Windows User's Guide, SH19-4085
  • NetView DMA for UNIX System V, SH19-4034
  • NetView DMA for Windows NT, SH19-4168
  • NetView DMA for NetWare, SH19-4189
  • NetView DMA for Macintosh, SH19-4032
NetView Distribution Manager for AIX 1.2 Component
  • NetView DM/6000 Concepts, GH19-5001
  • NetView DM/6000 Installation & Customization, SH19-5002
  • NetView DM/6000 User's Guide, SH19-5003
  • NetView DM/6000 Messages & Diagnostics, SH19-5004
  • NetView DM/6000 Getting Started, SH19-4149



Availability Management Products

5697-EMN TME 10 Distributed Monitoring

Systems Monitor for AIX 2.3 Component

  • Systems Monitor for AIX User's Guide Version 2 Release 3, SC31-8173
  • Systems Monitor -- Anatomy of a Smart Agent (ITSO Raleigh Red Book), GG24-4398
  • Systems Monitor for HP-UX User's Guide, SC31-7146
  • AIX Systems Monitor/6000 Version 1 User's Guide, SC31-7042
  • IBM Systems Monitor for AIX Version 2 User's Guide, SC31-7150
  • Systems Monitor -- Anatomy of a Smart Agent (ITSO Raleigh Red Book), GG24-4398
  • Systems Monitor for Sun Solaris User's Guide, SC31-7148
  • AIX Systems Monitor/6000 Version 1 User's Guide, SC31-7042
  • Systems Monitor for AIX Version 2 User's Guide, SC31-7150
  • Systems Monitor -- Anatomy of a Smart Agent (ITSO Raleigh Red Book), GG24-4398
  • Systems Monitor for Sun Solaris User's Guide, SC31-7148
  • AIX Systems Monitor/6000 Version 1 User's Guide, SC31-7042
  • Systems Monitor for AIX Version 2 User's Guide, SC31-7150
  • Systems Monitor -- Anatomy of a Smart Agent (ITSO Raleigh Red Book), GG24-4398
5697-NVW TME 10 NetView

NetView for AIX 4.1.1 Component

  • NetView for AIX Concepts: A General Information Manual, GC31-8160
  • NetView for AIX Database Guide, SC31-8167
  • NetView for AIX Installation and Configuration, SC31-8163
  • NetView for AIX User's Guide for Beginners, SC31-8158
  • NetView for AIX Administrator's Guide, SC31-8168
  • NetView for AIX Administrator's Reference, SC31-8169
  • NetView for AIX Diagnosis Guide, SC31-8162
  • NetView for AIX Application Interface Style Guide, SC31-6240
  • NetView for AIX Programmer's Guide, SC31-8164
  • NetView for AIX Programmer's Reference, SC31-8165
  • NetView for AIX and the Host Connection, SC31-8161
  • NetView for AIX Quick Reference Card, SX75-0113
5697-PMN TME 10 Performance Management

Performance Monitoring of SNA Networks 1.1 Component

  • Using Performance Monitoring of SNA Networks, SH19-4287

  • Using Performance Monitoring Common Functions, SH19-4286
Performance Monitoring of Applications 1.1 Component
  • Using Performance Monitoring of Applications, SH19-4177
  • Using Performance Monitoring Common Functions, SH19-4286
Performance Monitoring of Applications Agents 1.1
  • Using Performance Monitoring of Applications Agents, SH19-4178
  • Using Performance Monitoring of Applications, SH19-4177
5697-RPT TME 10 Performance Reporter
  • Performance Reporter Installation and Administration, SH19-4119
  • Performance Reporter Reporting Dialog Guide, SH19-4120
  • Performance Reporter User's Reference, SH19-4122
  • Performance Reporter Log Collector Guide and Reference, SH19-4121



Security Management Products

5697-UAD TME 10 User Administration

Extended Systems Administration Component

  • Installation Guide, SH19-4202
  • Reference Guide (Available only in DynaText format. Not orderable as a printed manual.)
  • User's Guide, SH19-4201
  • Getting Started, SH19-4205



Operations and Administration Products

5697-JSC TME 10 Job Scheduling

  • Job Scheduler User's Guide and Reference, SH19-4104
  • SystemView Operations Planning and Control/ESA Job Scheduler for AIX Tracker Agents for UNIX Platforms Installation and Operation, SH19-4236
  • SystemView Tracker Agents for OS/2 and NT Installation and Operation, SH19-4237-01
5697-BKP TME 10 ADSM

ADSTAR Distributed Storage Manager for AIX Component

  • ADSM V2 General Information, GH35-0131
  • ADSM V2 Messages, SH35-0133
  • ADSM V2 Administrator's Guide, SH35-0134
  • ADSM V2 Administrator's Reference, SH35-0135
  • ADSM V2 Installing the Server and Administrative Client, SH35-0136
  • ADSM V2 Installing the Clients, SH26-4049
  • ADSM V2 Client Reference Cards, SX26-6013
  • ADSM V2 Using the UNIX Hierarchical Storage Management Clients, SH26-4030
  • ADSM V2 Using the Lotus Notes Backup Agent, SH26-4047
  • ADSM V2 Using the Apple Macintosh Backup-Archive Client, SH26-4051
  • ADSM V2 Using the UNIX Backup-Archive Clients, SH26-4052
  • ADSM V2 Using the OS/2 Backup-Archive Client, SH26-4053
  • ADSM V2 Using the DOS Backup-Archive Client, SH26-4054
  • ADSM V2 Using the Novell NetWare Backup-Archive Clients, SH26-4055
  • ADSM V2 Using the Windows Backup-Archive Clients, SH26-4056
  • ADSM V2 Using the Application Programming Interface, SH26-4002
  • ADSM V2 Trace Facility Guide, SH26-4057
Licensed Documentation: The following licensed material and microfiche will be available from IBM immediately. To order, contact your IBM representative.
  • Up and Running Book, GC31-8136
  • TME 10 Management Server V4R2 Licensed Program Specifications, GC31-8159
5697-FRA TME 10 Framework
  • Tivoli Management Platform Documentation Kit, SK2T-6058
  • Tivoli Productivity Kit CD-ROM, SK2T-6070



Deployment Management Products

5697-SWD TME 10 Software Distribution

Software Distribution for AIX 3.1.2 Component

  • Software Distribution for AIX Concepts, GH19-4161
  • Software Distribution for AIX Getting Started, SH19-4162
  • Software Distribution for AIX User's Guide, SH19-4163
  • Software Distribution for AIX Installation & Customization, SH19-4164
  • NetView DMA for HP-UX User's Guide, SH19-4167
  • NetView DMA for SunOS User's Guide, SH19-4033
  • NetView DMA for Solaris User's Guide, SH19-4072
  • NetView DMA/2 User's Guide, SH19-4084
  • NetView DMA for DOS User's Guide, SH19-4031
  • NetView DMA for Windows User's Guide, SH19-4085
  • NetView DMA for UNIX System V, SH19-4034
  • NetView DMA for Windows NT, SH19-4168
  • NetView DMA for NetWare, SH19-4189
  • NetView DMA for Macintosh, SH19-4032
  • Software Distribution 3.1 for SINIX Concepts, GH19-4307
  • Software Distribution 3.1 for SINIX Installation, SH19-4309
  • Software Distribution 3.1 for SINIX User's Guide, SH19-4308
  • Software Distribution 3.1 for SINIX Reference, SH19-4310
  • Software Distribution 3.1 for SINIX Messages, SH19-4311
  • Software Distribution 3.1 Client for SINIX Installation, SH19-4312
  • Software Distribution Client 3.1 for HP-UX, SH19-4306
  • Software Distribution Client 3.1 for IRIX, SH19-4304
NetView Distribution Manager for AIX 1.2 Component
  • NetView DM/6000 Concepts, GH19-5001
  • NetView DM/6000 Installation & Customization, SH19-5002
  • NetView DM/6000 User's Guide, SH19-5003
  • NetView DM/6000 Messages & Diagnostics, SH19-5004
  • NetView DM/6000 Getting Started, SH19-4149
Tivoli Courier Component
  • Tivoli/Courier Documentation Kit, SK2T-6046



Availability Management Products

5697-EAS TME 10 Enterprise Console

5697-EAA TME 10 Enterprise Console additional event adapters

  • Tivoli/Enterprise Console Documentation Kit, SK2T-6050
5697-EIF TME 10 Event Integration Facility
  • Event Integration Facility User's Guide, GC31-8337
5697-EMN TME 10 Distributed Monitoring

Systems Monitor for AIX 2.3 Component

  • Systems Monitor for AIX User's Guide Version 2 Release 3, SC31-8173
  • Systems Monitor -- Anatomy of a Smart Agent (ITSO Raleigh Red Book), GG24-4398
  • Systems Monitor for HP-UX User's Guide, SC31-7146
  • AIX Systems Monitor/6000 Version 1 User's Guide, SC31-7042
  • IBM Systems Monitor for AIX Version 2 User's Guide, SC31-7150
  • Systems Monitor for Sun Solaris User's Guide, SC31-7148
Tivoli/Sentry Component
  • Tivoli/Sentry Documentation Kit, SK2T-6052
5697-NVW TME 10 NetView

NetView for AIX 4.1.1 Component

  • NetView for AIX Concepts: A General Information Manual, GC31-8160
  • NetView for AIX Database Guide, SC31-8167
  • NetView for AIX Installation and Configuration, SC31-8163
  • NetView for AIX User's Guide for Beginners, SC31-8158
  • NetView for AIX Administrator's Guide, SC31-8168
  • NetView for AIX Administrator's Reference, SC31-8169
  • NetView for AIX Diagnosis Guide, SC31-8162
  • NetView for AIX Application Interface Style Guide, SC31-6240
  • NetView for AIX Programmer's Guide, SC31-8164
  • NetView for AIX Programmer's Reference, SC31-8165
  • NetView for AIX and the Host Connection, SC31-8161
  • NetView for AIX Quick Reference Card, SX75-0113
5697-PMN TME 10 Performance Management

Performance Monitoring of SNA Networks 1.1 Component

  • Using Performance Monitoring of SNA Networks, SH19-4287

  • Using Performance Monitoring Common Functions, SH19-4286
Performance Monitoring of Applications 1.1 Component
  • Using Performance Monitoring of Applications, SH19-4177
  • Using Performance Monitoring Common Functions, SH19-4286
Performance Monitoring of Applications Agents 1.1
  • Using Performance Monitoring of Applications Agents, SH19-4178
  • Using Performance Monitoring of Applications, SH19-4177
5697-RPT TME 10 Performance Reporter
  • Performance Reporter Installation and Administration, SH19-4119
  • Performance Reporter Reporting Dialog Guide, SH19-4120
  • Performance Reporter User's Reference, SH19-4122
  • Performance Reporter Log Collector Guide and Reference, SH19-4121



Security Management Products

5697-UAD TME 10 User Administration

Extended Systems Administration Component

  • Installation Guide, SH19-4202
  • User's Guide, SH19-4201
  • Getting Started, SH19-4205
Tivoli/Admin Component
  • Tivoli/Admin Documentation Kit, SK2T-6055
Operations and Administration Products

5697-JSC TME 10 Job Scheduling

  • Job Scheduler User's Guide and Reference, SH19-4104
  • SystemView Operations Planning and Control/ESA Job Scheduler for AIX Tracker Agents for UNIX Platforms Installation and Operation, SH19-4236
  • SystemView Tracker Agents for OS/2 and NT Installation and Operation, SH19-4237-01
5697-PRT TME 10 Print Management
  • Tivoli/Print User's Guide, GC31-8392
5697-BKP TME 10 ADSM

ADSTAR Distributed Storage Manager for AIX Component

  • ADSM V2 General Information, GH35-0131
  • ADSM V2 Messages, SH35-0133
  • ADSM V2 Administrator's Guide, SH35-0134
  • ADSM V2 Administrator's Reference, SH35-0135
  • ADSM V2 Installing the Server and Administrative Client, SH35-0136
  • ADSM V2 Installing the Clients, SH26-4049
  • ADSM V2 Client Reference Cards, SX26-6013
  • ADSM V2 Using the UNIX Hierarchical Storage Management Clients, SH26-4030
  • ADSM V2 Using the Lotus Notes Backup Agent, SH26-4047
  • ADSM V2 Using the Apple Macintosh Backup-Archive Client, SH26-4051
  • ADSM V2 Using the UNIX Backup-Archive Clients, SH26-4052
  • ADSM V2 Using the OS/2 Backup-Archive Client, SH26-4053
  • ADSM V2 Using the DOS Backup-Archive Client, SH26-4054
  • ADSM V2 Using the Novell NetWare Backup-Archive Clients, SH26-4055
  • ADSM V2 Using the Windows Backup-Archive Clients, SH26-4056
  • ADSM V2 Using the Application Programming Interface, SH26-4002
  • ADSM V2 Trace Facility Guide, SH26-4057
TME 10 Tivoli/Plus for ADSM
  • TME 10 Tivoli/Plus Documentation Kit, SK2T-6069
TME 10 Tivoli/Plus
  • Tivoli/Plus Documentation Kit, SK2T-6069
Application Development Tools

5697-ADE TME 10 Application Development Environment

  • Tivoli/ADE Documentation Kit Vol I, SK2T-6062
  • Tivoli/ADE Documentation Kit Vol II, SK2T-6063
  • Tivoli/ADE Documentation Kit Vol III, SK2T-6064
  • Tivoli/ADE Documentation Kit Vol IV, SK2T-6065
  • CORBA, SK2T-8403
5697-AEF TME 10 Application Extension Facility
  • Tivoli/AEF User's Guide, GC31-8345



TERMS AND CONDITIONS

Licensing: The programs in this announcement are licensed under the terms of the IBM Customer Agreement and the Addendum for Tivoli Products.

Designated Machine Identification Required: No

Variable Charges Apply: No

Installation License or Location License Applies: No

Educational Allowance: A reduced charge is available to qualified education customers. The educational allowance may not be added to any other discount or allowance.

The educational allowance may not be added to any other discount or allowance.

Volume Orders: For information regarding volume orders, contact your IBM representative.

Warranted: Yes

Licensed Program Materials Availability: Restricted Materials -- No. These licensed programs will be available without source licensed program materials. They will be available in object code.

Program Services: Program Services will be available for 12 months from the date of installation.



CHARGES

10/Flex Pricing: With the introduction of the TME 10 products, IBM is also introducing a new and exciting method of pricing, called 10/Flex. 10/Flex charges, which are use-based, are designed to give the customer the ultimate in simplicity and selectivity ... which is essential in a dynamic and growing distributed network environment. 10/Flex's important characteristics are:

  • Installation Flexibility: Since the 10/Flex license is not tied to a specific machine serial number or to a machine type, the customer is free to move or copy the code to any machine in the network as conditions and workloads change ... up to the limit of the features acquired.
  • Simplicity and Predictability: Customers pay a flat use-based charge once per product at the initiation of the license. The customer may then install the components of the product as many times as needed ... up to the limits of the number of features acquired ... without additional charge or without notifying IBM. Each TME 10 product uses one of the two measures that are the basis for computing 10/Flex charges:
    1. The network size (that is, a count of the number of servers and clients),
    2. Or, the number of copies of the product installed.
  • Easy Maintenance and Support Options: Product maintenance, help desk support, and follow-on releases are also simply priced as a percentage of the customer's license charge ... with two easily understood options:
    1. Standard, which provides customer support during normal business hours;
    2. Extended, which provides support support 24 hours per day, 7 days per week.
Charges based on Network Size are computed by summing the number of servers and clients at the customer's installation that are managed by a specific TME 10 product, then multiplying each sum by the product's charge associated with the server and client features, respectively.

An example will illustrate the simplicity. Suppose a customer has a network of 10 servers and 500 clients, and desires to install user administrative services support for all servers, but only for 300 of the clients. For the TME 10 User Administration product, 5697-UAD, then the total license charge would be 10 times the charge of per server of 5697-UAD, plus 300 times the charge per client of 5697-UAD. If the same customer also desires to distribute code to 5 of those same servers but all 500 of the clients, then the total 10/Flex charge for the TME 10 Software Distribution product, 5697-SWD, would be 5 times the charge of per server of 5697-SWD, plus 500 times the charge per client of 5697-SWD. The overall customer charge for both User Administration and Software distribution would be the sum of the charges of the two products.

Note: If the customer also plans to use the Tivoli/Admin or Tivoli/Courier components of these products, the TME 10 Framework, 5697-FRA, is a technical prerequisite for each server or client using either of those components. In this illustration, all 10 servers and all 500 clients use either or both of the components. Therefore, the charge for the TME 10 Framework 10 times the charge of per server of 5697-FRA, plus 500 times the charge per client of 5697-FRA. This charge is in addition to the charges for User Administration and Software Distribution in the preceding paragraph.

Since the kind of machine on which the code runs, or its specific serial number, is NOT relevant, the customer has the flexibility to move the code among any system ... up to the limit of the number of server and client features acquired for each product. If the customer acquires more features than there are servers and/or clients physically installed, the customer has room to expand the network without incurring additional charges.

Servers and clients are defined in the context of a distributed environment. A server is a computer whose principal purpose is to provide data and/or services to other computing systems. Some types of servers are database servers, application servers, file servers, print servers, communication servers, and Internet servers. A client is computer that uses the data or services from one or more servers. A computer is designated as either a server or a client, depending on its predominant use. Computers containing more than one processor (that is, multiprocessing systems) are counted as either one server or one client. For clustered systems (for example, SP2(R)), each instance of the operating system (for example, UNIX) is counted as either one server or one client.

Individual 10/Flex TME 10 applications and their components may be copied to additional machines, up to the limit of the features ordered, at no charge without notifying IBM. Charges apply only to the features ordered -- one per each managed server and managed client. Features may not be transferred among products. There are two ways to order products and their features:

  1. A single copy of a product may be ordered and replicated as necessary. Sufficient features would be ordered on this license to support all managed servers and managed clients across all replicated copies of that product.
  2. Multiple copies of a product may be ordered with each one including the appropriate number of features to support ONLY those servers and clients managed by that copy of the product.
Charges based on the Number of Copies are also extremely simple to compute. Sum the number of copies of a product's feature that is desired and multiply by its charge. Similarly, because the machine type or serial are not required, the customer has the flexibility to move the code among any system ... up to the limit of the number of features acquired for each product.

TME 10 products using 10/Flex charges for the Network Size and Per Copy Methods are shown in Tables 1 and 2, respectively. Table 1: TME 10/Flex Charges: Products using the Network Size Method

                              10/Flex Charge
                               Per Managed        10/Flex Charge
                                  Server        Per Managed Client
Product                                      (Qty of 1)  (Qty of 250)
Number   Product Name           Feat Charge  Feat Charge Feat Charge

5697-FRA TME 10 Framework 0001 $ 500 0002 $75 0252 $18,750 5697-SWD TME 10 Software Dist 0001 2,000 0002 75 0252 18,750 5697-EMN TME 10 Distrib Monit 0001 2,000 0002 75 0252 18,750 5697-PMN TME 10 Performnce Mgt 0001 2,000 0002 75 0252 18,750 5697-RPT TME 10 Perf Reporter 0001 2,000 0002 75 0252 18,750 5697-UAD TME 10 User Admin 0001 2,000 0002 75 0252 18,750 5697-JSC TME 10 Job Scheduling 0001 2,000 0002 75 0252 18,750 5697-PRT TME 10 Print Mgt 0001 2,000 0002 75 0252 18,750

Table 2: TME 10/Flex Charges: Products using the per Copy Method

                              10/Flex Charge      10/Flex Charge
                                Per Server          Per Client
                                   Copy                Copy
Product                                      (Qty of 1)  (Qty of 250)
Number    Product Name         Feat Charge   Feat Charge Feat Charge

5697-EAS TME 10 Enterprse 0001 $ 65,000 Cons 5697-EAA TME 10 Enterprse 0001 11,500 Cons event adaptrs 5697-EIF TME 10 Event Intg 0001 7,000 Fac 5697-NVW TME 10 NetView SNMP Manager 0001 5,000 EUI 0101 10,000 5697-RCL TME 10 Remote 0002 $ 75 0252 $18,750 Control 5697-BKP TME 10 ADSM Base Server 0001 5,000 Clients 0002 100 0252 25,000 Desktop Environ. 0600 1,000 UNIX Environment 0602 2,000 Space Management 0601 10,000 Secondary Server 0607 10,000 Disaster Recovery 0611 10,000 Device Spt Mod 1 0603 2,000 Device Spt Mod 2 0604 7,000 Device Spt Mod 3 0605 17,000 Device Spt Mod 4 0606 34,000 Dev Spt Upgr 1-2 0608 5,000 Dev Spt Upgr 2-3 0609 10,000 Dev Spt Upgr 3-4 0610 17,000 5697-PRE TME 10Plus AR 0001 9,000 System 5697-PPE TME 10Plus 0001 9,000 ServiceCtr 5697-PLE TME 10Plus 0001 9,000 NetWorker 5697-PBO TME 10Plus BoKS 0001 9,000 5697-PME TME 10Plus SeOS 0001 9,000 5697-PUN TME 10Plus Maestro 0001 9,000 5697-PAD TME 10Plus ADSM 0001 9,000 5697-ADE TME 10 Appl Devel 0001 150,000 Env 5697-AEF TME 10 Appl Exten 0001 7,000 Fac

Standard Annual Maintenance and Support Option

The following support will be provided at no charge for a period of 12 months after the initial installation of the TME 10 product, and thereafter, if the customer subscribes to the Standard Annual Maintenance and Support Option:

  • Corrections (PTFs) which fix substantial deviations of unmodified TME 10 products from the then current code, publications and/or informal documentation (that is, release notes and memos);
  • Software Product Updates which are improvements, extensions, and other changes, which IBM, at its discretion, deems to be reasonable;
  • Technical Support which provides support via telephone, fax, and e-mail during normal IBM business hours in the customer's locality from Monday through Friday, except local holidays, and which supplies workarounds for problems (where known), answers questions, and provides patches where they exist, and supplies to the customer a reasonable amount of assistance by mail or telephone in the event of difficulties in the use of, or the interpretation of results from, a TME 10 product.
The 10/Flex charges for the Annual Standard Maintenance and Support Option are shown in Tables 3 and 4 respectively. These charges are computed the same as the product license. Similarly, each product uses one of two measures as a basis to compute the 10/Flex charges ... either network size or the number of copies. Customers will be notified by IBM prior to the expiration of the first year of the license that the initial no charge maintenance support period will end. If the customer chooses to purchase this option for the second year, an MES must be entered by the IBM branch office for the TME 10 product's 10/Flex charges, using the corresponding feature codes shown in Tables 3 or 4 below. After an MES is entered, the charges will automatically renew annually, unless canceled by the customer.

Extended Annual Maintenance and Support Option

This option includes and extends the maintenance services provided in Standard Annual Maintenance and Support Option to include Technical Support via telephone 7 days per week, 24 hours per day. When a customer is notified about the pending termination of the initial no charge maintenance period, the customer may choose to purchase this option for subsequent years. An MES must be entered by the IBM branch office for the TME 10 product's 10/Flex charges, using the corresponding feature codes shown in Tables 5 or 6 below. After an MES is entered, the charges will automatically renew annually, unless canceled by the customer.

The Extended Maintenance and Support Charges are also computed the same as the product license. Each product uses one of two measures as a basis to compute the 10/Flex charges ... either network size or the number of copies.

The customer may choose to upgrade to this option during the first year of the license, or in subsequent years if the Standard Annual Maintenance and Support Option has previously been ordered. The upgrade 10/Flex charges and upgrade features codes are shown in Tables 7 and 8. These charges may be entered on the initial order, or later via MES.

Note: Neither the Standard Maintenance and Support Option, nor the Extended Maintenance and Support Option, is transferable between products. Maintenance and Support features must be separately ordered for each product desired.

Table 3: TME 10/Flex Optional Annual Standard Maintenance and Support Charges: Products using the Network Size Method

                                       Standard Annual
                                       Support Charge*

Per Managed Per Managed Product Server Client (Qty of 1) (Qty of 250) Number Product Name Feat Charge Feat Charge Feat Charge

5697-FRA TME 10 Framework 0003 $ 75 0004 $11 0254 $2,750 5697-SWD TME 10 Software Distribution 0003 300 0004 11 0254 2,750 5697-EMN TME 10 Distrib Mon 0003 300 0004 11 0254 2,750 5697-PMN TME 10 Performance Management 0003 300 0004 11 0254 2,750 5697-RPT TME 10 Performance Reporter 0003 300 0004 11 0254 2,750 5697-UAD TME 10 User Admin 0003 300 0004 11 0254 2,750 5697-JSC TME 10 Job Sched 0003 300 0004 11 0254 2,750 5697-PRT TME 10 Print Mgt 0003 300 0004 11 0254 2,750

* Included at no charge during the first year of the license.

Table 4: TME 10/Flex Optional Annual Standard Maintenance and Support Charges: Products using the Per Copy Method

                                       Standard Annual
                                       Support Charge*

Per Server Per Client Product Copy Copy (Qty of 1) (Qty of 250) Number Product Name Feat Charge Feat Charge Feat Charge

5697-EAS TME 10 Enterprs Con 0003 $ 9,750 5697-EAA TME 10 Enterprs Con addl event adapters 0003 1,725 5697-EIF TME 10 Event Integration Facility 0003 1,050 5697-NVW TME 10 NetView 0003 2,250 5697-RCL TME 10 Remote Control 0004 $11 0254 $2,750 5697-BKP TME 10 ADSM Base Server 0003 750 Clients 0004 15 0254 3,750 Desktop Environment 0620 150 UNIX Environment 0626 300 Space Management 0623 1,500 Secondary Server 0641 1,500 Disaster Recovery 0653 1,500 Device Spt Mod 1 0629 300 Device Spt Mod 2 0632 1,050 Device Spt Mod 3 0635 2,550 Device Spt Mod 4 0638 5,100 Dev Spt Upgr 1-2 0644 750 Dev Spt Upgr 2-3 0647 1,500 Dev Spt Upgr 3-4 0650 2,550 5697-PRE TME 10 Plus AR 0003 1,350 System 5697-PPE TME 10 Plus 0003 1,350 ServiceCenter 5697-PLE TME 10 Plus NetWorker0003 1,350 5697-PBO TME 10 Plus BoKS 0003 1,350 5697-PME TME 10 Plus SeOS 0003 1,350 5697-PUN TME 10 Plus Maestro 0003 1,350 5697-PAD TME 10 Plus ADSM 0003 1,350 5697-ADE TME 10 Appl Development Environment 0003 22,500 5697-AEF TME 10 Appl Extension Facility 0003 1,050

* Included at no charge during the first year of the license.

Table 5: TME 10/Flex Optional Annual Extended Maintenance and Support Charges: Products using the Network Size Method

                                   10/Flex Extended (7X24)
                                    Annual Support Charges

Per Managed Per Managed Product Server Client (Qty of 1) (Qty of 250) Number Product Name Feat Charge Feat Charge Feat Charge

5697-FRA TME 10 Framework 0005 $100 0006 $15 0256 $3,750 5697-SWD TME 10 Software Distribution 0005 400 0006 15 0256 3,750 5697-EMN TME 10 Distrib Mon 0005 400 0006 15 0256 3,750 5697-PMN TME 10 Performance Management 0005 400 0006 15 0256 3,750 5697-RPT TME 10 Performance Reporter 0005 400 0006 15 0256 3,750 5697-UAD TME 10 User Admin 0005 400 0006 15 0256 3,750 5697-JSC TME 10 Job Sched 0005 400 0006 15 0256 3,750 5697-PRT TME 10 Print Mgt 0005 400 0006 15 0256 3,750

Table 6: TME 10/Flex Optional Annual Extended Maintenance and Support Charges: Products using the Per Copy Method

                                    Extended (7X24) Annual
                                        Support Charge

Per Server Per Client Product Copy Copy (Qty of 1) (Qty of 250) Number Product Name Feat Charge Feat Charge Feat Charge

5697-EAS TME 10 Enterprs Console 0005 $13,000 5697-EAA TME 10 Enterprs Console addl event adapters 0005 2,300 5697-NVW TME 10 NetView 0005 3,000 5697-RCL TME 10 Remote Control 0006 $15 0256 $3,750 5697-BKP TME 10 ADSM Base Server 0005 1,000 Clients 0006 20 0256 5,000 Desktop Environment 0621 200 UNIX Environment 0627 400 Space Management 0624 2,000 Secondary Server 0642 2,000 Disaster Recovery 0654 2,000 Device Spt Mod 1 0630 400 Device Spt Mod 2 0633 1,400 Device Spt Mod 3 0636 3,400 Device Spt Mod 4 0639 6,800 Dev Spt Upgr 1-2 0645 1,000 Dev Spt Upgr 2-3 0648 2,000 Dev Spt Upgr 3-4 0651 3,400 5697-PRE TME 10 Plus AR System 0005 1,800 5697-PPE TME 10 Plus ServiceCenter 0005 1,800 5697-PLE TME 10 Plus NetWorker 0005 1,800 5697-PBO TME 10 Plus BoKS 0005 1,800 5697-PME TME 10 Plus SeOS 0005 1,800 5697-PUN TME 10 Plus Maestro 0005 1,800 5697-PAD TME 10 Plus ADSM 0005 1,800

Table 7: TME 10/Flex Extended Maintenance and Support Upgrade Charges: Products using the Network Size Method

                                   Extended Support Upgrade

Per Managed Per Managed Product Server Client (Qty of 1) (Qty of 250) Number Product Name Feat Charge Feat Charge Feat Charge

5697-FRA TME 10 Framework 0007 $ 25 0008 $4 0258 $1,000 5697-SWD TME 10 Software Distribution 0007 100 0008 4 0258 1,000 5697-EMN TME 10 Distrib Mon 0007 100 0008 4 0258 1,000 5697-PMN TME 10 Performance Management 0007 100 0008 4 0258 1,000 5697-RPT TME 10 Performance Reporter 0007 100 0008 4 0258 1,000 5697-UAD TME 10 User Admin 0007 100 0008 4 0258 1,000 5697-JSC TME 10 Job Sched 0007 100 0008 4 0258 1,000 5697-PRT TME 10 Print Mgt 0007 100 0008 4 0258 1,000

Table 8: TME 10/Flex Extended Maintenance and Support Upgrade Charges: Products using the Per Copy Method

                                   Extended Support Upgrade

Per Server Per Client Product Copy Copy (Qty of 1) (Qty of 250) Number Product Name Feat Charge Feat Charge Feat Charge

5697-EAS TME 10 Enterprs Console 0007 $3,250 5697-EAA TME 10 Enterprs Console addl event adapters 0007 575 5697-NVW TME 10 NetView 0007 750 5697-RCL TME 10 Remote Control 0008 $4 0258 $1,000 5697-BKP TME 10 ADSM Base Server 0007 250 Clients 0008 5 0258 1,250 Desktop Environment 0622 50 UNIX Environment 0628 100 Space Management 0625 500 Secondary Server 0643 500 Disaster Recovery 0655 500 Device Spt Mod 1 0631 100 Device Spt Mod 2 0634 350 Device Spt Mod 3 0637 850 Device Spt Mod 4 0640 1,700 Dev Spt Upgr 1-2 0646 250 Dev Spt Upgr 2-3 0649 500 Dev Spt Upgr 3-4 0652 850 5697-PRE TME 10 Plus AR System 0007 450 5697-PPE TME 10 Plus ServiceCenter 0007 450 5697-PLE TME 10 Plus NetWorker 0007 450 5697-PBO TME 10 Plus BoKS 0007 450 5697-PME TME 10 Plus SeOS 0007 450 5697-PUN TME 10 Plus Maestro 0007 450 5697-PAD TME 10 Plus ADSM 0007 450

10/Flex Charge: Customers who pay a 10/Flex charge for a licensed program, and have subscribed to the Maintenance and Support features or are in the initial 12 months Program Service period, receive enhancements and future releases, if any, at no additional charge. Significant new function may be offered as an optional feature and charged for separately. If a replacement program is announced and the customer elects to license the replacement program and replace the prior program, an upgrade charge may apply.

Program Upgrade Charge: A customer may upgrade to a TME 10 product offering at no charge under any of the following conditions:

  1. UPP or Software Advantage: If the customer is a licensed user of the IBM Software Upgrade Protection Plan for AIX and UNIX Operating System-based Software (Upgrade Protection Plan), 5692-ADV, or IBM Software Advantage for Workstations, 5809-AAR, for the products noted in Tables 1 through 4 below, the customer may upgrade to the corresponding TME 10 product at no charge. Specify the upgrade feature code from Tables 9 to 12.
  2. Predecessor IBM Products: If a customer is a licensed user of any of the predecessor IBM products shown in Tables 13 through 16 below, the customer may order the corresponding TME 10 product at no charge when customer orders the corresponding Maintenance and Support offering. Specify the upgrade feature code from Tables 13 to 16.
  3. Predecessor Tivoli Products: If a customer is a licensed Tivoli user of any of the following Tivoli products, and is currently enrolled in a Tivoli Maintenance and Support contract, the customer may order the corresponding TME 10 product at no charge when the customer orders the corresponding Maintenance and Support offering. Specify the upgrade feature code from Table 17.
TME 10 Framework: In addition, customers who are eligible for any upgrade in Tables 1 through 16 are also entitled to a license of TME 10 Framework, 5697-FRA, at no charge for each managed server and each managed client in the current network. When ordering 5697-FRA, specify feature code 0500 and the number of servers in the current network, and feature code 0501 and the number of clients in the current network.

Table 9: Upgrading from UPP or Software Advantage to TME 10 Deployment Management Products

                          Program    Upgrading to      Upgrade
Upgrading                 Number     TME 10 Product    Feature
From UPP/SW Adv:          (features) (feature):        Number  Charge

SystemView Server/AIX 5692-ADV TME 10 Software 0602 $0 V4 NetView Distribution (4304) Distrib 5697-SWD Manager (4305) (0001)

SystemView Server/AIX 5692-ADV TME 10 Software 0604 0 V4 NetView Distribution (4306) Distrib 5697-SWD Manager Agents (Qty 1) (4307) (0002)

Table 9 (Continued): Upgrading from UPP or Software Advantage to TME 10 Deployment Management Products

                          Program    Upgrading to      Upgrade
Upgrading                 Number     TME 10 Product    Feature
From UPP/SW Adv:          (features) (feature):        Number  Charge

SystemView Server/AIX 5692-ADV TME 10 Software 0605 $0 V4 NetView Distribution (4342) Distrib 5697-SWD Manager Agents (Qty 250) (4343) (0252)

NetView Distribution 5809-AAR TME 10 Software 0602 0 Manager for NetWare (0003) Distrib 5697-SWD (0004) (0001) NetView Distribution (0069) Manager/2 (0070) (0073) (0074) NetView Distribution (0067) Manager/2 Entry (0068) (0071) (0072)

NetView Distribution 5809-AAR TME 10 Software 0604 0 Manager/2 Agents (0013) Distrib 5697-SWD (Qty 1) (0014) (0002) (0015) (0016) (0017) (0018) (0093) (0094) (0239) (0240) (0277) (0278) (0550) (0551)

Table 10: Upgrading from UPP or Software Advantage to TME 10 Availability Management Products

                          Program   Upgrading to       Upgrade
Upgrading                 Number    TME 10 Product     Feature
From UPP/SW Adv:          (features) (feature):        Number  Charge

SystemView Server/AIX 5692-ADV TME 10 Distrib Mon 0606 $0 V4 Systems Monitor (4356) 5697-EMN (0001) Config 2.3 (4357)

SystemView Server/AIX 5692-ADV TME 10 Distrib Mon 0607 0 V4 Systems Monitor (4284) 5697-EMN (0002) Config 2.3 (Qty 1) (4285) (4352) (4353) (4360) (4361)

SystemView Server/AIX 5692-ADV TME 10 Distrib Mon 0608 0 V4 Systems Monitor (4356) 5697-EMN (0252) Config 2.3 (Qty 250) (4357) (4286) (4287) (4354) (4355) (4362) (4363)

SystemView Server/AIX 5692-ADV TME 10 NetView 0605 0 V4 NetView for AIX 4.1 (4336) 5697-NVW (0001) (4337)

NetView for OS/2 5809-AAR TME 10 NetView 0605 0 (0061) 5697-NVW (0001) (0062)

Table 10 (Continued): Upgrading from UPP or Software Advantage to TME 10 Availability Management Products

                          Program   Upgrading to       Upgrade
Upgrading                 number    TME 10 Product     Feature
From UPP/SW Adv:          (features) (feature):        Number  Charge

SystemView Server/AIX 5692-ADV TME 10 Performance 0406 $0 V4 Performance Monitoring (4626) Rptr 5697-PMN for SNA Networks (4627) (0001)

SystemView Server/AIX 5692-ADV TME 10 Performance 0406 0 V4 Performance Monitoring (4628) Rptr 5697-PMN for Applications (4629) (0001)

SystemView Server/AIX 5692-ADV TME 10 Performance 0407 0 V4 Performance Monitoring (4630) Rptr 5697-PMN for Appls Agents (Qty 1) (4631) (0002)

SystemView Server/AIX 5692-ADV TME 10 Performance 0408 0 V4 Performance Monitoring (4632) Rptr 5697-PMN for Appls Agents (Qty 250) (4633) (0252)

SystemView Server/AIX 5692-ADV TME 10 Performance 0601 0 V4 Performance Reporter (4296) Rptr 5697-RPT (4297) (0001)

SystemView Server/AIX 5692-ADV TME 10 Performance 0602 0 V4 Perf Reprtr Agents (4298) Rptr P5697-RPT (Qty 1) (4299) (0002)

SystemView Server/AIX 5692-ADV TME 10 Performance 0603 0 V4 Perf Reprtr Agents (4338) Rptr 5697-RPT (Qty 250) (4339) (0252)

Table 11: Upgrading from UPP or Software Advantage to TME 10 Security Management Products

                          Program    Upgrading to      Upgrade
Upgrading                 Number     TME 10 Product    Feature
From UPP/SW Adv:          (features) (feature):        Number  Charge

SystemView Server/AIX 5692-ADV TME 10 User 0604 $0 V4 Extended System (4308) Administr Administration (4309) 5697-UAD (0001)

SystemView Server/AIX 5692-ADV TME 10 User 0605 0 V4 Extended System (4342) Administr Administration (4343) 5697-UAD (0002) (Qty 1)

SystemView Server/AIX 5692-ADV TME 10 User 0606 0 V4 Extended System (4344) Administr Administration (Qty 250) (4345) 5697-UAD (0252) (Qty 250)

Table 12: Upgrading from UPP or Software Advantage to TME 10 Operations and Administration Products

                        Program     Upgrading to      Upgrade
Upgrading               Number      TME 10 Product    Feature
From UPP/SW Adv:        (features)  (feature):        Number   Charge

Distributed Console 5809-AAR TME 10 Remote 0260 $0 Access Facility (0141) Control 5697-RCL (0142) (0002)

SystemView Server/AIX 5692-ADV TME 10 Job 0600 0 V4 Job Scheduler (4292) Scheduling (4293) 5697-JSC (0001)

SystemView Server/AIX 5692-ADV TME 10 Job 0301 0 V4 Job Sched Agents (4292) Scheduling (Qty 1) (4293) 5697-JSC (0002)

SystemView Server/AIX 5692-ADV TME 10 Job 0602 0 Job Sched Agents (4334) Scheduling (Qty 250) (4335) 5697-JSC (0252)

Table 12 (Continued): Upgrading from UPP or Software Advantage to TME 10 Operations and Administration Products

                       Program    Upgrading to          Upgrade
Upgrading              Number     TME 10 Product        Feature
From UPP/SW Adv:       (features) (feature):            Number Charge

ADSM Base Server 5692-ADV TME 10 ADSM (4288) 5697-BKP (0001) 0299 $0 (4289) (4530) (4531)

ADSM Clients (Qty 1) 5692-ADV TME 10 ADSM (4532) 5697-BKP (0002) 0615 0 (4533) (4290) (4291)

ADSM Clients (Qty 250) 5692-ADV TME 10 ADSM (4314) 5697-BKP (0252) 0616 0 (4315)

ADSM Desktop 5692-ADV TME 10 ADSM 0302 0 Environment (4316) Desktop (4317) Environment (4534) 5697-BKP (0600) (4535)

ADSM UNIX Environment 5692-ADV TME 10 ADSM UNIX 0303 0 (4318) Environment (4319) 5697-BKP (0602) (4536) (4537)

ADSM Space Management 5692-ADV TME 10 ADSM Space 0297 0 (4538) Management (4539) 5697-BKP (0601) (4954) (4955)

ADSM Secondary Server 5692-ADV TME 10 ADSM 0617 0 (4550) Secondary Server (4551) 5697-BKP (0607) (4956) (4957)

ADSM Disaster 5692-ADV TME 10 ADSM Disaster 0298 0 Recovery Mgr (4278) Recovery Manager (4279) 5697-BKP (0611) (4958) (4959)

ADSM Device Support 5692-ADV TME 10 ADSM Device 0304 0 Module 1 (4320) Support Module 1 (4321) 5697-BKP (0603) (4542) (4543)

ADSM Device Support 5692-ADV TME 10 ADSM Device 0305 0 Module 2 (4322) Support Module 2 (4323) 5697-BKP (0604) (4544) (4545)

ADSM Device Support 5692-ADV TME 10 ADSM Device 0306 0 Module 3 (4324) Support Module 3 (4325) 5697-BKP (0605) (4546) (4547)

ADSM Device Support 5692-ADV TME 10 ADSM Device 0307 0 Module 4 (4326) Support Module 4 (4327) 5697-BKP (0606) (4548) (4549)

Table 12 (Continued): Upgrading from UPP or Software Advantage to TME 10 Operations and Administration Products

                       Program    Upgrading to          Upgrade
Upgrading              Number     TME 10 Product        Feature
From UPP/SW Adv:       (features) (feature):            Number Charge

ADSM Device Support 5692-ADV TME 10 ADSM Device 0308 $0 Module Upgrade 1 to 2 (4328) Sup Module Upgr 1-2 (4329) 5697-BKP (0608) (4552) (4553)

ADSM Device Support 5692-ADV TME 10 ADSM Device 0309 0 Module Upgrade 2 to 3 (4330) Sup Module Upgr 2-3 (4331) 5697-BKP (0609) (4554) (4555)

ADSM Device Support 5692-ADV TME 10 ADSM Device 0310 0 Module Upgrade 3 to 4 (4332) Sup Module Upgr 3-4 (4333) 5697-BKP (0610) (4556) (4557)

ADSM/2 Base Server 5809-AAR TME 10 ADSM (0055) 5697-BKP (0001) 0299 0 (0056)

ADSM/2 Clients (Qty 1) 5809-AAR TME 10 ADSM (0303) 5697-BKP (0002) 0615 0 (0304)

Table 13: Upgrading from Predecessor IBM Products to TME 10 Deployment Management Products

                      Program
                      Number
                      (features)Upgrading to           Upgrade
                      /Part     TME 10 Product         Feature
Upgrading From:       Number     (feature):            Number  Charge

NetView Distribution 17H7702 TME 10 Software Distr Manager-OS/2 5697-SWD (0001) 0406 $0

NetView Distribution 5765-196 TME 10 Software Distr 0406 $0 Manager/6000 1.1 (2055) 5697-SWD (0001)

NetView Distribution 33H6920 TME 10 Software Distr 0406 0 Manager for NetWare 33H7107 5697-SWD (0001)

NetView Distribution 5765-214 TME 10 Software Distr 0301 0 Manager Agents (3108) 5697-SWD (0002)

NetView Distribution 5765-215 TME 10 Software Distr 0301 0 Manager Ag -- HP-UX (1999) 5697-SWD (0002)

NetView Distribution 5765-306 TME 10 Software Distr 0301 0 Manager Ag -- SunOS (3199) 5697-SWD (0002)

NetView Distribution 5765-307 TME 10 Software Distr 0301 0 Manager Ag -- Solaris (3198) 5697-SWD (0002) (3199)

NetView Distribution 5871-AAA TME 10 Software Distr 0301 0 Manager Ag -- OS/2 (7319) 5697-SWD (0002) 5872-AAA (7320) (7321) 33H6930 33H7117

NetView Distribution 5871-AAA TME 10 Software Distr 0301 0 Manager Ag -- DOS (8099) 5697-SWD (0002) 5872-AAA (8100) (8101) 33H6922 33H7109

Table 13 (Continued): Upgrading from Predecessor IBM Products to TME 10 Deployment Management Products

                        Program
                        Number
                        (features)Upgrading to          Upgrade
                        /Part     TME 10 Product        Feature
Upgrading From:         Number     (feature):           Number Charge

NetView Distribution 5871-AAA TME 10 Software Distr 0301 $0 Manager Ag -- (8237) 5697-SWD (0002) Windows 5872-AAA (8238) (8239) 33H6928 33H7115

NetView Distribution 33H6923 TME 10 Software Distr 0301 0 Manager Ag -- 33H7110 5697-SWD (0002) Windows NT

NetView Distribution 33H6929 TME 10 Software Distr 0301 0 Manager Ag -- 33H7116 5697-SWD (0002) NetWare 33H6921 33H7108

NetView Distribution 34H0998 TME 10 Software Distr 0301 0 Manager Ag -- 34H0999 5697-SWD (0002) Macintosh

SystemView Server/AIX 5765-527 TME 10 Software 0406 0 V4 NetView Distribution (0128) Distr 5697-SWD Mgr. (0001)

SystemView Server/AIX 5765-527 TME 10 Software 0301 0 V4 NetView Distribution (0129) Distr 5697-SWD Mgr. Agents (Qty 1) (0002)

SystemView Server/AIX 5765-527 TME 10 Software 0606 0 V4 NetView Distribution (0153) Distr 5697-SWD Mgr. Agents (Qty 250) (0252)

SystemView Server/AIX 5765-527 TME 10 Software 0406 0 V4 Software Distribution (0385) Distr 5697-SWD (0001) SystemView Server/AIX 5765-527 TME 10 Software 0301 0 V4 Software Distribution (0386) Distr 5697-SWD Agents (Qty 1) (0002)

SystemView Server/AIX 5765-527 TME 10 Software 0606 0 V4 Software Distribution (0387) Distr 5697-SWD Agents (Qty 250) (0252)

Table 14: Upgrading from Predecessor IBM Products to TME 10 Availability Management Products

                        Program
                        Number
                        (features)Upgrading to         Upgrade
                        /Part     TME 10 Product       Feature
Upgrading From:         Number     (feature):          Number  Charge

Systems Monitor V2.1 5765-410 TME 10 Distrib Mon 0401 $0 (4890) 5697-EMN (0001) (4891) (4894) (4895) (4896) (4897) (4899)

Systems Monitor V2.1 5765-410 TME 10 Distrib Mon 0301 0 Agents (4892) 5697-EMN (0002) (4995) (4996)

Systems Monitor for 5765-235 TME 10 Distrib Mon 0401 0 HP-UX (2401) 5697-EMN (0001)

Table 14 (Continued): Upgrading from Predecessor IBM Products to TME 10 Availability Management Products

                          Program
                          Number
                          (features)Upgrading to       Upgrade
                          /Part     TME 10 Product     Feature
Upgrading From:           Number     (feature):        Number  Charge

Systems Monitor for Sun 5765-234 TME 10 Distrib Mon 0401 $0 Solaris 1.2/2.1 (2400) 5697-EMN (0001)

SystemView Server/AIX V4 5765-527 TME 10 Distrib Mon 0401 0 Systems Monitor Config (0103) 5697-EMN (0001) V2.1/2.2/2.3 (0162)

SystemView Server/AIX V4 5765-527 TME 10 Distrib Mon 0301 0 Systems Mon SIA/SLM (0104) 5697-EMN (0002) V2.1/2.2/2.3 (Qty 1) (0108) (0160) (0164)

SystemView Server/AIX V4 5765-527 TME 10 Distrib Mon 0609 0 Systems Mon SIA/SLM (0137) 5697-EMN (0252) V2.1/2.2/2.3 (Qty 250) (0109) (0161) (0165)

NetView/AIX 3.1 5696-731 TME 10 NetView 0400 0 5697-NVW

NetView Entry V3 5696-905 TME 10 NetView 0400 0 5697-NVW

SystemView Server/AIX V4 5765-527 TME 10 NetView 0400 0 NetView 3.1 (0100) 5697-NVW

SystemView Server/AIX V4 5765-527 TME 10 NetView 0400 0 NetView 4.1 (0158) 5697-NVW

NetView for OS/2 33H6924 TME 10 NetView 0400 0 33H7111 5697-NVW

SystemView Server/AIX V4 5765-527 TME 10 Perform 0404 0 Performance Monitoring (1049) Mgt 5697-PMN for SNA Networks (0001)

SystemView Server/AIX V4 5765-527 TME 10 Perform 0405 0 Performance Monitoring (1050) Mgt 5697-PMN for Applications (0001)

SystemView Server/AIX V4 5765-527 TME 10 Perform 0301 0 Performance Monitoring (1051) Mgt 5697-PMN for Applications Agents (0002) (Qty 1)

SystemView Server/AIX V4 5765-527 TME 10 Perform 0302 0 Performance Monitoring for (1052) Mgt 5697-PMN for Applications Agents (0252) (Qty 250)

SystemView Server/AIX V4 5765-527 TME 10 Performance 0550 0 Performance Reporter (0124) Rprtr 5697-RPT (0001)

SystemView Server/AIX V4 5765-527 TME 10 Performance 0301 0 Performance Reporter (0125) Rprtr 5697-RPT Agents (Qty 1) (0002)

SystemView Server/AIX V4 5765-527 TME 10 Performance 0604 0 Performance Reporter (0151) Rprtr 5697-RPT Agents (Qty 250) (0252)

Table 15: Upgrading from Predecessor IBM Products to TME 10 Security Management Products

                      Program    Upgrading to          Upgrade
                      Number     TME 10 Product        Feature
Upgrading From:       (features) (feature):            Number  Charge

SystemView Server/AIX 5765-527 TME 10 User Adminstr 0403 $0 V4 Extended Systems (0132) 5697-UAD (0001) Admin.

SystemView Server/AIX 5765-527 TME 10 User Adminstr 0301 0 V4 Extended Systems (0133) 5697-UAD (0002) Admin. (Qty 1)

SystemView Server/AIX 5765-527 TME 10 User Adminstr 0607 0 V4 Extended Systems (0155) 5697-UAD (0252) Admin. (Qty 250)

Table 16: Upgrading from Predecessor IBM Products to TME 10 Operations and Administration Products

                      Program
                      Number
                      (features) Upgrading to          Upgrade
                      /Part      TME 10 Product        Feature
Upgrading From:       Number     (feature):            Number  Charge

Distributed Console 33H7210 TME 10 Remote Control 0260 $0 Access Facility 33H6889 5697-RCL (0002)

Job Scheduler 1.1 5765-381 TME 10 Job Scheduling 0402 0 (3174) 5697-JSC (0001)

Job Scheduler 1.1 5765-381 TME 10 Job Scheduling 0601 0 Agents (3175) 5697-JSC (0002) (3176) (3177) (3178) (3179)

SystemView Server/AIX 5765-527 TME 10 Job Scheduling 0402 0 V4 Job Scheduler 1.1 (0118) 5697-JSC (0001)

SystemView Server/AIX 5765-527 TME 10 Job Scheduling 0601 0 V4 Job Scheduler 1.1 (0119) 5697-JSC (0002) Agents (Qty 1)

SystemView Server/AIX 5765-527 TME 10 Job Scheduling 0603 0 V4 Job Scheduler 1.1 (0148) 5697-JSC (0252) Agents (Qty 250)

ADSM 2.1 Base Server 5765-564   TME 10 ADSM            0409     0
                      (0170)    5697-BKP (0001)

ADSM 2.1 Clients 5765-564 TME 10 ADSM 0618 0 (Qty 1) (0172) 5697-BKP (0002)

ADSM 2.1 Clients 5765-564 TME 10 ADSM 0619 0 (Qty 250) (0173) 5697-BKP (0252)

ADSM 2.1 Desktop 5765-564 TME 10 ADSM 0410 0 Environment (0174) Desktop Environment 5697-BKP (0600)

ADSM 2.1 UNIX 5765-564 TME 10 ADSM 0411 0 Environment (0176) UNIX Environment 5697-BKP (0602)

ADSM 2.1 Space 5765-564 TME 10 ADSM 0421 0 Management (0178) Space Management 5697-BKP (0601)

ADSM 2.1 Secondary 5765-564 TME 10 ADSM 0423 0 Server (0190) Secondary Server 5697-BKP (0607)

Table 16 (Continued): Upgrading from Predecessor IBM Products to TME 10 Operations and Administration Products

                       Program
                       Number
                       (features) Upgrading to         Upgrade
                       /Part      TME 10 Product       Feature
Upgrading From:        Number     (feature):           Number  Charge

ADSM 2.1 Disaster 5765-564 TME 10 ADSM 0424 $0 Recovery Manager (0198) Disaster Recovery Mgr 5697-BKP (0611)

ADSM 2.1 Device 5765-564 TME 10 ADSM 0412 0 Support Module 1 (0182) Device Spt. Module 1 5697-BKP (0603)

ADSM 2.1 Device 5765-564 TME 10 ADSM 0414 0 Support Module 2 (0184) Device Spt. Module 2 5697-BKP (0604)

ADSM 2.1 Device 5765-564 TME 10 ADSM 0415 0 Support Module 3 (0186) Device Spt. Module 3 5697-BKP (0605)

ADSM 2.1 Device 5765-564 TME 10 ADSM 0416 0 Support Module 4 (0188) Device Spt. Module 4 5697-BKP (0006)

ADSM 2.1 Device 5765-564 TME 10 ADSM 0417 0 Support Upgrade (0192) Dev. Spt. Upgr. 1-2 Module 1 to 2 5697-BKP (0608)

ADSM 2.1 Device 5765-564 TME 10 ADSM 0419 0 Support Upgrade (0194) Dev. Spt. Upgr. 2-3 Module 2 to 3 5697-BKP (0609)

ADSM 2.1 Device 5765-564 TME 10 ADSM 0420 0 support Upgrade (0196) Dev. Spt. Upgr. 3-4 Module 3 to 4 5697-BKP (0610)

SystemView Server/AIX 5765-527 TME 10 ADSM 0409 0 V4 ADSM 2.1 Base (0366) 5697-BKP (0001) Server

SystemView Server/AIX 5765-527 TME 10 ADSM 0618 0 V4 ADSM 2.1 Clients (0367) 5697-BKP (0002) (Qty 1)

SystemView Server/AIX 5765-527 TME 10 ADSM 0619 0 V4 ADSM 2.1 Clients (0368) 5697-BKP (0252) (Qty 250)

SystemView Server/AIX 5765-527 TME 10 ADSM 0410 0 V4 ADSM 2.1 Desktop (0369) Desktop Environment Environment 5697-BKP (0600)

SystemView Server/AIX 5765-527 TME 10 ADSM 0411 0 V4 ADSM 2.1 UNIX (0372) UNIX Environment Environment 5697-BKP (0602)

SystemView Server/AIX 5765-527 TME 10 ADSM 0421 0 V4 ADSM 2.1 Space (0370) Space Management Management 5697-BKP (0601)

SystemView Server/AIX 5765-527 TME 10 ADSM 0423 0 V4 ADSM 2.1 Secondary (0377) Secondary Server Server 5697-BKP (0607)

Table 16 (Continued): Upgrading from Predecessor IBM Products to TME 10 Operations and Administration Products

                       Program
                       Number
                       (features) Upgrading to         Upgrade
                       /Part      TME 10 Product       Feature
Upgrading From:        Number     (feature):           Number  Charge

SystemView Server/AIX 5765-527 TME 10 ADSM 0424 $0 V4 ADSM 2.1 Disaster (0514) Disaster Recovery Mgr Recovery Manager 5697-BKP (0611)

SystemView Server/AIX 5765-527 TME 10 ADSM 0412 0 V4 ADSM 2.1 Device (0373) Device Spt. Module 1 Support Module 1 5697-BKP (0603)

SystemView Server/AIX 5765-527 TME 10 ADSM 0414 0 V4 ADSM 2.1 Device (0374) Device Spt. Module 2 Support Module 2 5697-BKP (0604)

SystemView Server/AIX 5765-527 TME 10 ADSM 0415 0 V4 ADSM 2.1 Device (0375) Device Spt. Module 3 Support Module 3 5697-BKP (0605)

SystemView Server/AIX 5765-527 TME 10 ADSM 0416 0 V4 ADSM 2.1 Device (0376) Device Spt. Module 4 Support Module 4 5697-BKP (0606)

SystemView Server/AIX 5765-527 TME 10 ADSM 0417 0 V4 ADSM 2.1 Device (0378) Dev. Spt. Upgr. 1-2 Support Upgrade 5697-BKP (0608) Module 1 to 2

SystemView Server/AIX 5765-527 TME 10 ADSM 0419 0 V4 ADSM 2.1 Device (0379) Dev. Spt. Upgr. 2-3 Support Upgrade 5697-BKP (0609) Module 2 to 3

SystemView Server/AIX 5765-527 TME 10 ADSM 0420 0 V4 ADSM 2.1 Device (0380) Dev. Spt. Upgr. 3-4 Support Upgrade 5697-BKP (0610) Module 3 to 4

ADSM/2 Base Server 33H6870 TME 10 ADSM 0409 0 33H7057 5697-BKP (0001)

ADSM/2 Clients 33H6871 TME 10 ADSM 0618 0 (Qty 1) 33H7058 5697-BKP (0002)

Table 17: Upgrading from Predecessor Tivoli Products to TME 10 Products

                        Former
                        Tivoli  Upgrading to           Upgrade
                        Product TME 10 Product         Feature
Upgrading From:         Number  (feature):             Number  Charge

Tivoli Managemt TMF TME 10 Framework 0500 $0 Framework 5697-FRA Tivoli Courier TC or TME 10 Software Distr 0502 0 TCPC 5697-SWD 5697-INV Tivoli Enterprise ECL TME 10 Enterprise 0511 0 Console Console 5697-EAS Tivoli Ent. Cons. E5S TME 10 Enterprise 0512 0 Addl. Adt Console addl event adapters A5697-EAA Tivoli TME Event Integ. EIF TME 10 Event Integrat 0510 0 Fac. Facl 5697-EIF Tivoli Sentry TS TME 10 Distrib Mon 0507 0 5697-EMN 5697-NET Tivoli Admin TW TME 10 User Administr 0505 0 5697-UAD

Table 17 (Continued): Upgrading from Predecessor Tivoli Products to TME 10 Products

                        Former
                        Tivoli  Upgrading to           Upgrade
                        Product TME 10 Product         Feature
Upgrading From:         Number  (feature):             Number  Charge

Tivoli Print TP TME 10 Print 0506 $0 Management 5697-PRT Tivoli/Plus for AR TPM001 Tivoli/Plus for AR 0513 0 System System 5697-PRE Tivoli/Plus for TPM002 Tivoli/Plus for 0630 0 ServiceCtr ServiceCtr 5697-PPE Tivoli/Plus for TPM101 Tivoli/Plus for 0514 0 NetWorker NetWorker 5697-PLE Tivoli/Plus for BoKS TPM151 Tivoli/Plus for BoKS 0515 0 5697-PBO Tivoli/Plus for SeOS TPM152 Tivoli/Plus for SeOS 0550 0 5697-PME Tivoli/Plus for Maestro TPM051 Tivoli/Plus for 0551 0 Maestro 5697-PUN Tivoli/Plus for ADSM TPM102 Tivoli/Plus for ADSM 0600 0 5697-PAD Tivoli TME Appl. Devel. ADE TME 10 Appl Develop 0508 0 Env. Env. 5697-ADE Tivoli TME Appl. Extens.AEF TME 10 Appl Extension 0509 0 Fac. Facl 5697-AEF

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