“The only constant in life is change.” Certainly a cliché, but very characteristic for Data Center IT, in 2015 more than ever. Business inevitably requires change, but with that change comes the opportunity for improvement, consolidation and increased efficiency. So nothing to be afraid of. Right? Well… if you have the right tools. And, if…
I’ve always been interested in the PlateSpin products and a little while ago I sat down with Frank Moore to discuss his PlateSpin Migrate session at ATT Live. For anyone who does not know, PlateSpin Migrate decouples workloads from their underlying server infrastructure and automatically copies and moves them over the network – Basically you…
How to export, import and delete Identity Manager associations with Console2 v2.5
If you are just getting started with IDM, there are some common pitfalls. It would be nice if someone just pointed them out to help you avoid them. This is not the sort of thing that goes in the docs, so here is my attempt.
A customer wants to V2V 200 servers, do a disk alignment, and do it all with minimal disruption. Can PlateSpin Migrate help?
Geoffrey Carman explains how to migrate users in Novell Identity Manager.
Wondering how to use the new reporting functions and resources model for Novell Identity Manager 4 Advanced Edition? Or maybe you need training on Novell Sentinel Log Manager or Novell Access Manager? You can currently register for hands-on training courses taught by engineers for engineers–conveniently delivered online so you don’t have to travel. Check out all the classes currently being taught!
I had installed Sentinel Control Center (SCC) on my notebook with one environment host and I needed to connect to multiple Sentinel environments such as development, test and production. As the sentinel server host information is hard coded in the configuration file, it was difficult to edit the configuration file every time and keep changing it as I needed to connect to multiple environments many times a day. Here is the DOS command script batch file I came up with to solve the problem.
For some reason you need to add another index to your Sentinel database but don’t know where to start? Check out the following Cool Solution to help you out.
Here’s a new Novell Connection magazine article by Ken Baker. Learn best-practice steps to successful security management.