Application Services provides samples of monitoring server services that a catalog administrator can use to create or update an existing monitoring application.

Use the predefined sample catalog service only in a test environment.

Table 1. Monitoring Server Services

Sample Service

Service Description

Supported Operating Systems

Supported Application Components

Associated Service Tag

Hyperic HQ Agent 5.0.0

Installs either a 32-bit or a 64-bit Hyperic Agent and configures the agent to connect to the server specified in the HQ_SERVER_IP property.

Set the required ip_address property value to self:ip.

The INSTALL script configures the server to use hqadmin as the username and AqOj4V2w@whxuU! password to connect to the Hyperic Server. To modify the login credentials, change the username and password in the service INSTALL script.

  • CentOS 6.4.0 32-bit

  • CentOS 6.4.0 64-bit

  • CentOS 6.3.0 32-bit

  • CentOS 6.3.0 64-bit

  • RHEL 6.4.0 32-bit

  • RHEL 6.4.0 64-bit

  • RHEL 6.1.0 32-bit

  • RHEL 6.1.0 64-bit

  • Ubuntu 12.04.2 32-bit

  • Ubuntu 12.04.2 64-bit

Monitoring

Hyperic HQ Server 5.0.0

Installs, configures, and starts either a 32-bit or a 64-bit Hyperic server.

Set the required ip_address property value to self:ip.

The INSTALL script configures the server to use hqadmin as the username and AqOj4V2w@whxuU! password to connect to the Hyperic Server. To modify the login credentials, change the username and password in the service INSTALL script.

The Hyperic Server service INSTALL scripts use the YUM package management tool and APT-GET packaging tool to install dependencies.

  • CentOS 6.4.0 64-bit

  • CentOS 6.3.0 64-bit

  • RHEL 6.4.0 64-bit

  • RHEL 6.1.0 64-bit

Monitoring

To deploy predefined sample applications or add predefined tasks to an execution deployment plan, see the Using Application Services documentation.