In my last post I went over the management pack synchronization process that brings over MP’s from Service Manager and how those MP’s drive the structure, data, and reports for data warehouse and reporting. Once those MP’s are synchronized between Service Manager and the data warehouse, we need to get the data and/or reports deployed for user consumption.
Sequentially, deployment works in this way (see figure below):
MP’s that contain only Service Manager specific information will not trigger the deployment activities to execute. They will only be triggered for new DW/Reporting specific elements. In my next post I will dive into what is Extract, Transform, and Load (ETL), its benefits, and why deployment makes changes to it.
In my last post I went over the Deployment process that brings over MP’s from Service Manager and how