Start Connecting with Dell OpenManage Enterprise (OME)

Last updated Wed Jul 27 2022

Set yourself up for success with the Dell OME connector, which includes:

  • Easy to follow steps for configuring the Dell OME connector
  • Method to query all available alerts
  • Method for narrowing down query results by introducing filters

Overview:

Dell OpenManage Enterprise is a systems management and monitoring application that provides a comprehensive view of the Dell servers, chassis, storage, and network switches on the enterprise network.

OME will take the complexity out of IT infrastructure management. OpenManage Enterprise delivers better results with less time and fewer steps.

In this recipe, check out how to quickly configure the Dell OME connector to gain access to your OME console. From there, explore two sub-processes that will show how to query alerts. One process will demonstrate how to query all alerts and the other will instruct how to query alerts with filters included to help narrow your results.

Start connecting using Boomi to help automate processes within your Dell OpenManage Enterprise console today! For more about the Dell OME connector, check out this link here.

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