KUBAM stores its data in the
~/kubam/kubam.yaml file. So you could have a complete file that has all the information instead of using APIs or the GUI to fill it all out. The one place you can't do this easily is with the Credentials for UCS, IMC, or UCS Central.
Here it is easiest to use the GUI. Open the web browser to
To add devices to KUBAM we go to the
Infrastructure tag and add the server components.
This is just the UCS password. KUBAM encrypts the password in the
~/.kubam.yaml file. You can look at this file and it looks something like:
server_groups: - credentials: ip: 10.93.130.100 password: gAAAAABcZ1hBl0t81VXEzf7IeWgHDIU6TISEele_4niASZRWcq98D1IUz7ekb0AVnO-PdeqSCxK2u3H3xLOda979JpaLcmE3XQ== user: admin description: '' id: a296e465-c221-4e4f-9159-c4bb23485179 name: pdxucs01 type: ucsm
KUBAM makes sure that this UCS system can be reached. If it can you will see an entry in the dashboard:
You could also use the API to do this action. See the API Walkthrough.
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