Choose the Service Virtualization Servers you want to manage using Service Virtualization Management.
Click the Servers tab.
Add a server
Click Add server. Enter a server URL and click Add.
The server URL must be in the following format: <Service Virtualization Server IP or hostname>:<Service Virtualization Management port>.
When you add a server, Service Virtualization performs Service Discovery, and any services deployed on the selected server are displayed in the Service Virtualization Management interface. You can now view and manage the services.
If you are requested to enter login credentials, log in using a Windows domain user account.
Delete a server
Select a server and click Delete server, located on the upper-right side of the page.
In the Servers tab, modify details and click Save Changes.
By default, Service Virtualization provides information for the server on which it is installed. You can switch servers, or select additional servers to manage multiple servers at the same time.
To select servers to manage:
Click the Services tab.
Under Filters, select one or more servers to manage.
Manage Service Virtualization agents directly from Service Virtualization Management, including:
- Create, delete, duplicate, or modify agent configurations.
- Test an agent configuration.
Import or export agent configurations for use on any Service Virtualization Server.
When you export an agent configuration, it is saved on the file system in the .agce file format in the location that you specify. You can export a single configuration, or all agent configurations on the server.
To import an agent configuration, you select an exported configuration file that is saved on the file system. If the import file contains multiple configurations, you can select which configurations you want to import.
If you choose to import an agent configuration that is identical to a configuration that already exists on your server, you can choose to overwrite your existing configuration, or create a new, additional configuration.
Manage agent permissions.
By default, the SV Runtime Administrators user group can manage (view and edit) agent configurations. For details on the Service Virtualization user groups, see the Service Virtualization Installation Guide.
To manage agents:
In the Servers tab, select a server and click Manage Agents.
To manage a specific agent configuration, select the configuration in the left pane and click one of the following tabs:
- Agent Properties. View or edit properties for the selected agent instance.
- Agent Permissions. View or edit permissions for the selected agent instance.