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Some ideas can be implemented at IBM, while others may not fit within the development plans for the product. In either case, the team will let you know as soon as possible. In some cases, we may be able to find alternatives for ideas which cannot be implemented in a reasonable time.
Control centre to be RAC aware (TAF and TAC)
IBM control center needs to have rac aware features like TAC, TAF to enable database maintainence without causing an outage to the app. This will enable handoff patching / automated rolling patching for databases.
CyberArk AIM Integration/Connector supported by Control Center
As part of security's best practices, it is mandatory that all applications have a connector with CyberArk to retrieve passwords from functional users, so it isn't allowed to storage static passwords in the local servers/Properties files from ap...
ICC Support of SMTP with SSL/TLS encryption
Most modern SMTP Service require SMTP/s to leverage their services. IBM B2Bi supports this but ICC does not. This makes it hard to find an SMTP service that meets or clients email needs.
Configuring alerts for netmap and secure plus changes
Configuring alerts for netmap node creation, deletion, Initialization Parameter etc.. And secure plus node creation, deletion, key updation.
Control Center Certificate Expiration Warning Notification
The Certificate Expiration warning rule that comes with Control Center produces a warning if a Connect Direct Secure Plus certificate is going to expire within 60 days. However, there is no known notification for Control Center's certificate whic...
Control Center Rule Correlation
Two of the things we utilize Control Center for is SLC notification and processes that do not end successfully. We have some transmissions that are monitored on SLCs that are contractual (sla). We do get an alert if the sla transmission has not ...
Password Vault support for Control Center database user
Due to security requirements and best practices, passwords should be changed periodically and wherever possible, should not be stored on local systems in text/XML files, etc.Control Center should have an option to utilize external Password Vault s...
Add System Business Process from SBI to the BP list in Control Center
The idea is to be able to choose from the drop-down list of BPs to monitor, the processes of the Sterling B2B Integrator system so that ICC is the tool used for this purpose and not have different systems that also work differently with the Alerts...
Allow ICC to authenticate users via group membership (eg. using SEAS)
Typical enterprises do not define individual user accounts and groups to every application, as is currently required for ICC.Instead, user accounts and groups within an LDAP directory (such as Active Directory) are used and the applications recogn...
Any configuration information stored in the CCM database must be encrypted
Requirement stated by customer that all configured objects in the database must be encrypted. This includes audit information and any information containing IPs, host names and passwords. Whole-disk encryption, SAN storage encryption, and databa...
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