IBM Agent Builder Training

This IBM Agent Builder training teaches you how to use the IBM Agent Builder software to create, modify, debug, and package agents for use with IBM Performance Management and IBM Tivoli Monitoring products. You learn to mix, match, and manipulate monitored data to create custom data points to monitor. You also learn to add custom components specific to the different IBM monitoring environments.

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Course Information

IBM Agent Builder Training Course Duration: 24 Hours

IBM Agent Builder Training Timings: Week days 1-2 Hours per day (or) Weekends: 2-3 Hours per day

IBM Agent Builder Training Method: Instructor Led Online Training/Classroom Training

IBM Agent Builder Training Study Material: Soft Copy

Course Content

Introduction to IBM Agent Builder

  • Introduction to Agent Builder 
  • Installing Agent Builder 
  • Introduction to the Agent Builder application

Agent creation basics

  • Creating an agent in Agent Builder
  • Monitoring Windows services 
  • Troubleshooting in Agent Builder 

Creating agents for IBM Performance Management

  • Creating agents for IBM Performance Management 
  • Filtering data sources
  • Installing an agent with installation scripts 
  • Troubleshooting IBM Performance Management agents 

Creating agents for IBM Tivoli Monitoring

  • Installing an agent in an IBM Tivoli Monitoring environment
  • Troubleshooting IBM Tivoli Monitoring agents 
  • Creating and importing ITM application support 

Monitoring Windows resources

  • Monitoring Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) 
  • Monitoring Windows Performance Monitor 
  • Monitoring Windows log events 
  • Common agent modifications 
  • Testing an attribute group 

Monitoring processes and command return codes

  • Monitoring processes 
  • Monitoring command return codes 

 Monitoring custom data sources

  • Monitoring script output 
  • Monitoring through a socket connection
  • Defining attributes
  • Creating derived attributes 
  • Generating agent output from the command line
  • Monitoring log files 
  • Custom runtime configuration
  • Java API 

Monitoring remote and optional resources

  • Data source-provided runtime configuration 
  • Subnodes 
  • Monitoring remote systems 
  • Monitoring Simple Network Management Protocol 
  • Monitoring HTTP URLs and objects 
  • Monitoring Java Management Extension 
  • Monitoring databases with JDBC 

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