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Managing Batch Export

Provides information on how to manage batch export data.

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Introduction

Exporting data involves installing export integration and then creating batch export.

Installing export integrations

Based on your preferences, you can integrate AWS S3 or Azure Blob with OpsRamp. After successful integration, you can create batch export to move data to the respective locations configured in AWS S3 buckets or Azure Blob containers. See AWS S3 Integration for more information. See Azure Blob Store Integration for more information.

Creating batch export

Exporting data from OpsRamp to the configured locations in Amazon S3 or Azure Blob Storage is an easy process. You can simply select the desired type of data, schedule the export process as a recurring or on-demand, and select the desired export integration.

Prerequisite

Install export integration for AWS S3 or Blob Storage.

To create the batch export:

  1. Select Setup > Exports > Batch Export.
  2. From BATCH EXPORT screen, click +.
  3. From BATCH EXPORT screen, provide the following information, and click Save & Run.
    • Name: Refers to the unique name of the export.
    • Client: Refers to the client that requires batch export.
    • Type: Refers to the type of data that you want to export.
    • Schedule: Refers to one of the schedule options to perform batch export:
      • On Demand Only - Generates exports when a request is created or re-run.
      • On-Demand and on Recurring Schedule - Generates export when you raise a re-run request and generates incremental export at scheduled intervals.
    • Export to: Refers to the Installed Integration to AWS S3 or Azure Blob.
      BATCH EXPORT LIST displays the new export.
Batch Export

Batch Export

After creating the batch export, you can:

  • Edit: To modify your batch export details.
  • Delete: To remove a configured batch export from the OpsRamp platform. Click the Delete icon to remove the batch export.

Viewing batch export

After exporting the data from OpsRamp to the installed integrations you can view the exported data in the OpsRamp platform, AWS S3, and Azure Blob.

View Batch Export
AttributeDescription
Batch Export NameName of the Batch Export
Client NameName of the selected client
Last RunThe time and date of the recently run export
Last ExportDisplays one of the following status:
  • Success¬†
  • Failed
Created ByName of the author
ActionTo export data from OpsRamp. The Run Now action is available only for data export with On Demand Only option.

Viewing batch exports in OpsRamp

You can always view the configured Batch Export details in Exports > Batch Export. The BATCH EXPORT LIST page displays the details of the Batch Export.

Viewing batch exports in AWS S3

You can view the generated batch exports in AWS S3 bucket in the corresponding folders. For example, Alerts export is stored in the Alerts folder.

View Batch Export in AWS S3

View Batch Export in AWS S3

Export name details

AWS stores the export files in S3 folders as JSON format.

The following list describes the export name in the following screenshot:

  • a refers to the schedule of batch export(recurring/on-demand).
  • b refers to the Type of batch export.
  • c refers to Unique Client ID.
  • d refers to the starting timestamp of the schedule.
  • e refers to the ending timestamp of the schedule.
  • f refers to the serial number of the recurring export.
Export Name Details

Export Name Details in AWS S3

Viewing batch export in Azure Blob

You can view the generated data exports in the Azure Blob container in the corresponding folders. For example, Alerts export is stored in the Alerts folder.

View Batch Export in Azure Blob

View Batch Export in Azure Blob

Export name details

Azure Blob stores the export files in Azure Blob containers as JSON format.

The following list describes the export name in the following screenshot:

  • A refers to the schedule of batch export(recurring/on-demand).
  • B refers to the type of batch export.
  • C refers to Unique Client ID.
  • D refers to the starting timestamp of the schedule.
  • E refers to the ending timestamp of the schedule.
  • F refers to the serial number of the recurring export.
Export Name Details

Export Name Details in Azure Blob