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Need the ability to store binaries for access in console: Database BLOB support is needed.
Need the ability to store binaries for access in console: Database BLOB support is needed. For example, with journal entries, RBC often needs to include attachments such as an email, a screenshot, a spreadsheet, etc -- as this can be important inf...
From security/compliance perspective, there is a need for enforcing session timeouts for Netcool/OMNIbus Administrator & Event List.In case of any inactivity of user-admin logged into Netcool/OMNIbus Administrator, a session/inactivity timeout...
Current Behavior of the tool :In ECU.WORX.ALM work Item perspective, only text editor is set by default for text files. But If user tries to open other files like *.mic,xml, etc. it gives an error.Enhancement Request:To show other files content li...
On Telco to support network virtualization is very common to use Openstack as the cloud operations which operators runs their VNFs (Virtual Network Functions) and is very important to monitor this environment. A CP4MCM agent for Openstack can help...
Need to be able to configure non-standard ports for CP4MCM external communications
I was talking to TELUS regarding an upcoming POC. They have a requirement that you can't open standard ports for communications between firewall zone. They have requested that CP4MCM allow for the configuration of alternative ports.They indicat...
Support runtime data collectors to monitor applications using gRPC
When deploying an application that uses gRPC with the runtime data collector, that is, even if the communication between the kubernetes services is other than HTTP/HTTPS, it can be viewed the service dependency topology and the transaction sequenc...
Netcool Omnibus Object Server User Repository-Password enforcement policy
Our customer is using Omnibus object server as user repository. And wants to implement the following password enforcement policies.1. Password history should be enforced for last 4 passwords not to be permitted.2. Application should enforce passwo...
Use the same Channel/Subscription model for apps running in VM-based infra too
MCM and the coming RH ACM are both container friendly solutions, which bring in a unified and simplified Channel/Subscription model to deploy and manage applications within managed Kubernetes clusters across cloud providers.But the vision of CP4MC...
Add intelligence to an agent to avoid overcommitting its resources
What is an edge agent's ability to reject agreements if already has workloads running on it that use up its compute capacity? Assume there is an edge device with 1GB RAM, and two services that each state a 1GB requirement. After it signs an agree...