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eSight V300R010C00SPC200, 300, and 500 Self-Service Integration Guide 11

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Capabilities to Be Integrated

Capabilities to Be Integrated

Centralized Account Management

  1. eSight can serve as an SSO server or SSO client. By default, eSight serves as an SSO server to provide development guidance for the SSO client filter and allow SSO clients to quickly integrate application services into eSight. eSight is also pre-integrated with the CAS SSO clients and therefore can be integrated with any SSO system complying with the CAS SSO server specifications, without changing code.
  2. eSight can exchange account login information with an LDAP server, implementing centralized authentication management.
  3. eSight can exchange account login information with a RADIUS server, implementing centralized authentication management.

Comprehensive Open Interface Capabilities

  1. eSight allows the upper-layer NMS to use SNMP northbound interfaces to monitor alarms and resources in a centralized manner. SNMPv1, SNMPv2c, and SNMPv3 are supported. SNMP northbound interfaces support alarm query setting management, device query, link query, and inter-system heartbeat integration.
  2. eSight allows the upper-layer NMS to use HTTPS-based REST web interfaces to query and set resource data (such as security data, network/data center/enterprise communication/access data), alarm data, and performance data, implementing centralized monitoring and management.
  3. eSight allows the upper-layer NMS to use FTP interfaces to obtain files containing historical performance collection results. eSight supports FTP and SFTP, and can transmit files in pull or push mode.
  4. eSight provides health management and control on open interfaces. eSight can collect statistics about and analyze the accuracy rate and timeliness of requests and responses on open interfaces within a specified period. Users can set the threshold for controlling the number of times open interfaces are invoked.
Updated: 2019-12-13

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