You can configure the
following basic administration configurations to manage user access in your
Passwords—Choose a password during the initial setup
for the default admin user account, and create a unique username and password
for each user account to access the system.
RBAC—Delegate and control user access privileges
according to the role and restrict user access within an organization boundary
defined for the tenant, such as multi-tenancy.
Authentication—Create UCS Manager local user
accounts, and remote user accounts using the LDAP, RADIUS, and TACACS+
Communication Services—Configure CIM XML, HTTP,
HTTPS, SMASH CLP, SNMP, SSH, and Telnet to interface third-party applications
with Cisco UCS.
Organizations—Create organizations for policies,
pools, and service profiles. You can create multiple sub-organizations under
the default Root organization, and nest sub-organization under a different
CIMC—Close the KVM, vMedia, and SOL sessions of any
user. When UCS Manager receives an event from CIMC, it updates its session
table and displays the information to all users.
Backup and Restore
—Take a snapshot of all or part of the system
configuration and export the file to a location on your network. You can
configure a full state, all configuration, system configuration, and logical
Call Home—Configure e-mail alert notifications for
UCS errors and faults. You can configure the e-mail notifications for Cisco TAC
(predefined) or any other recipient.
Deferred Deployments—Configure deployments for a
service profile to deploy immediately or during a specified maintenance window.
Use this to control when disruptive configuration changes to a service profile
or a service profile template are implemented.
Scheduling—Schedule a one time occurrence for a
schedule, a recurring occurrence for a schedule, and delete schedules.
Fault Suppression—Enable fault suppression to
suppress SNMP trap and Call Home notifications during a planned maintenance