Connectors to ASM Core

There is a range of connectors that act as an interface between the ASM Core Integration Platform capabilities and any third-party vendor application.

Some of the legacy connectors include the following:

Connector NameThird Party Application

Alemba® Email Event Connector

Email applications

Alemba® External Process Connector

An external process, such as PowerShell or other executable

Alemba® Stored Procedure Connector

A stored procedure in the ASM database

Altiris Connector

Altiris Network Discovery

Atlassian JIRA Connector

Atlassian JIRA

Centennial Connector

Centennial Discovery / FrontRange

Cohesion Connector

CA Cohesion

CSV Connector

A plain text Comma Separated Value (CSV) file

Database Resources Connector

External databases

MS SQL Table Connectors

SQL Server database tables

HP Systems Insight Manager Connector

HP Insight

Ionix ADM Connector

VMware vCenter Application Discovery Manager (ADM)

Ionix NCM Connector

EMC Smarts Network Configuration Manager (NCM)

Ionix SAM Connector

EMC Smarts Service Assurance Manager (SAM)

LANDesk Connector


Novell eDirectory Connector

Novell eDirectory

MS Active Directory Connector

Microsoft Active Directory (AD)

MS Azure Connector

Microsoft Azure Resource Manager

MS Azure DevOps Connector

Microsoft Azure DevOps

MS SCOM Connector

Microsoft System Center Operations Manager (SCOM)

MS SCCM/SMS Connector

Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM)

SolarWinds Connector

SolarWinds systems (NPM, VM, SAM)

Sun Java System Connector

Sun Java Directory Server / Oracle Directory Server

vCenter Orchestrator Connector

VMware vCenter Orchestrator (VCO)

vCloud Director Connector

VMware vCloud Director

ASM to ASM Connector

ASM Core

VMware Configuration Manager Connector

VMware vCenter Configuration Manager (VCM)

Refer to the ASM Connector Matrix for more details of the versions that are currently supported.

You should familiarize yourself with the information in Installing Connectors before installing any connectors, and read the Integration topics for more information on how to configure them.