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HP OneView integration and Asset Audit

This question was originally posted on DCIM Support by Christian Riis on 2018-06-27


If we have a blade enclosure from HP OneView that is associated to its counterpart in Data Center Operation, what will the Asset Audit report then show if a blade is moved?

  1. Someone moves the blade from one position to another (same or different enclosure)
  2. HP OneView registers this event
  3. DCO reads the updated information from HP OneView and updates the model accordingly

What will the Asset Audit report of the blade and the enclosures then show?

Thanks!

 

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Re: HP OneView integration and Asset Audit

This answer was originally posted on DCIM Support by Jef Faridi on 2018-07-02


Hi Christian,

Unfortunately I don't have access to such/described setup to test and provide a clear answer, but I think if DCO gets the updates from the integrated HP Oneview, then the asset audit reports may contain information about the events (Added, Moved, Removed device). Obviously those reports/events may not contain 'user name' (so user name filed may be empty).

Kind regards

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Re: HP OneView integration and Asset Audit

This answer was originally posted on DCIM Support by Jef Faridi on 2018-07-02


Hi Christian,

Unfortunately I don't have access to such/described setup to test and provide a clear answer, but I think if DCO gets the updates from the integrated HP Oneview, then the asset audit reports may contain information about the events (Added, Moved, Removed device). Obviously those reports/events may not contain 'user name' (so user name filed may be empty).

Kind regards

(CID:132659043)

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