Registering Source Systems to the System Center Data Warehouse
Updated: December 20, 2012
Applies To: System Center 2012 - Service Manager, System Center 2012 SP1 - Service Manager
The data warehouse in System Center 2012 – Service Manager retrieves data from one or more data sources. These data sources are the transactional processing systems that produce and govern data that you will eventually want to measure and analyze. For example, incidents and change requests are created and managed in Service Manager, software updates and power policies are managed in Configuration Manager, and other systems produce and govern other data sets.
Registering the data warehouse creates a relationship between the data warehouse server and the source system so that information can flow between them. In Service Manager, you can register to Service Manager, Operations Manager, and Configuration Manager directly. You can also use the updated software development kit (SDK) layer on top of the data warehouse, which enables you to push data into the data warehouse directly from other sources. For example, you might want to push data from your Human Resources computer system in the data warehouse.
Registering Source Systems Topics
How to Register the System Center Data Warehouse to Operations Manager
Describes how to register with Operations Manager and then validate the registration.
How to Register Configuration Manager With the System Center Data Warehouse to
Describes how to register with Configuration Manager and then validate the registration.
How to Register the System Center Data Warehouse to a Service Manager Source
Describes how to register with another Service Manager data source and then validate the registration.
How to Manage Data Import Jobs for Operations Manager and Configuration Manager
Describes how to manage data import jobs and change a job schedule.
Troubleshooting System Center Data Warehouse Errors
Describes steps you can take to troubleshoot System Center data warehouse errors.
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