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Documentation Guide for CiscoWorks Network Compliance Manager, 1.5
Revised: December, 2009, 78-18977-02
CiscoWorks Network Compliance Manager (NCM) tracks and regulates configuration and software changes throughout a multivendor network infrastructure. It provides visibility into network changes and can track compliance with a broad variety of regulatory, IT, corporate governance, and technology requirements. CiscoWorks NCM helps IT staff identify and correct trends that could lead to problems such as network instability and service interruption.
The following is a list of the documentation for CiscoWorks NCM, Release 1.5.
CiscoWorks NCM Release 1.5 Documentation Set
The CiscoWorks NCM documentation set for Release 1.5 includes:
•Release Notes for CiscoWorks Network Compliance Manager, 1.5—Contains information about this specific CiscoWorks NCM release (for example, new and changed information and known problems in CiscoWorks NCM 1.5).
•Installation and Upgrade Guide for CiscoWorks Network Compliance Manager, 1.5—Contains information about system requirements, installation instructions, and licensing information. It also contains instructions for upgrading from previous CiscoWorks NCM releases.
•User Guide for Network Compliance Manager, 1.5—Contains information on using CiscoWorks NCM including configuring CiscoWorks NCM, adding devices and device groups, managing device configurations, managing users, scheduling tasks, and managing policy assurance.
•Horizontal Scalability User Guide for CiscoWorks Network Compliance Manager 1.5—Contains information on how to combine multiple CiscoWorks NCM Cores with a single database so that they work as a single logical unit to improve the performance of the overall system.
•API Reference for CiscoWorks Network Compliance Manager 1.5—Contains information on Java, SOAP, and PERL APIs.
For High Availability and Satellite deployment options, the CiscoWorks NCM documentation set includes:
•High Availability Distributed System on Oracle Configuration Guide for CiscoWorks Network Compliance Manager, 1.5
•High Availability Distributed System on Microsoft SQL Server Configuration Guide for CiscoWorks Network Compliance Manager, 1.5
•Satellite User Guide for CiscoWorks Network Compliance Manager 1.5
In addition, the CiscoWorks NCM documentation set includes the HP NNM Integration User Guide for CiscoWorks Network Compliance Manager.
Accessing the CiscoWorks NCM Documentation Set
You can access the entire CiscoWorks Network Compliance Manager documentation set from the following Cisco.com URL:
From here you can navigate to any documentation for CiscoWorks NCM 1.5 you will need.
Tip To cut and paste a two-line URL into the address field of your browser, you must cut and paste each line separately to get the entire URL without a break.
Note All documentation, including this document and any or all of the parts of the CiscoWorks NCM documentation set, might be upgraded over time. Therefore, we recommend you access the CiscoWorks NCM documentation set using the Cisco.com URL: http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps6923/tsd_products_support_series_home.html
Note The Docs tab visible from within Network Compliance Manager might not include links to the latest documents.
Obtaining Documentation and Submitting a Service Request
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