Smarts can be configured to use one of the operator, MSP, or enterprise user for discovering and monitoring the VeloCloud orchestrator. Also, there is a flexibility to opt for only a subset of Tenants when using the MSP and operator user. When a subset of interested tenants is specified using a regex, the discovery and monitoring only deal with VeloCloud topology that belongs to these Tenants.
In summary Smarts provides:
- Support for operator, MSP, and enterprise user types.
- Enterprise filtering for operator and MSP users.
Table Parameters and Descriptions illustrates about the new parameters and their descriptions in the ESM file.
|VCO_USERTYPE-<Orchestrator_host_IP_address> operator|enterprise|MSP||Defines the VeloCloud user type.
Note: User type is a mandatory parameter and it can be:
|VCO_ENTERPRISE_FILTER-<Orchestrator_host_IP_address> <REGEX FILTER>||
Defines the RegEx pattern for list of enterprises in the VeloCloud that ESM discovers and monitors.
The regex pattern must confirm to patterns defined in java.util.regex documentation. This is an optional parameter.
Default filter is .* (i.e discover all enterprises that belong to a specific user).
For example, if ESM discovers two Tenants, "A" and "B", then the parameter can be defined as "A|B".
|VCO_HTTP_RESPONSE_TIMEOUT-<Orchestrator_host_IP_address> <Time in Seconds>||
Defines the http timeout for response in seconds for VeloCloud discovery and monitoring collector while fetching Topology using REST API.
This is an optional parameter. Minimum, Default, and Maximum values are; 120, 240 and 600 respectively.
|VCO_DISCOVERY_TIMEOUT-<Orchestrator_host_IP_address> <Time in Seconds>||
Defines the discovery collector timeout in seconds for VeloCloud discovery.
This is an optional parameter. Minimum, Default, and Maximum values are; 3600, 15000 and 36000 respectively.
- MessagePollTimeoutPeriodInSeconds-<kafka_IP_Address> 2400
When the latency between orchestrator and the DCF collector is higher, set the flag to a higher value. This flag dictate the timeout value for the ESM to wait for messages from kafka. If the timeout expires, then the discovery stops abruptly.
Minimum, Default, and Maximum values are; 60, 1200 and 3000 respectively.
- VCO_HTTP_RESPONSE_TIMEOUT-<Orchestrator IP> 240
The timeout value for the http request that the DCF collector sends to the orchestrator. While configuring this value, the processing time of the orchestrator must also be considered into account as some of the REST API takes longer time to return.
- VCO_DISCOVERY_TIMEOUT-<Orchestrator IP> 18000
Increase the value of this parameter based on the topology size. This is the maximum time in seconds that the collector runs before stopping abruptly. This is a safeguard measure to prevent the collector from running under a false condition.