Configure z/OS Management Facility for CA Top Secret

IBM® z/OS® Management Facility (z/OSMF) provides system management functions in a task-oriented web browser-based user interface with integrated user assistance, so that you can manage the day-to-day operations and administration of your z/OS systems. By streamlining some traditional tasks and automating others, z/OSMF can help to simplify some areas of z/OS system management.
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IBM® z/OS® Management Facility (z/OSMF) provides system management functions in a task-oriented web browser-based user interface with integrated user assistance, so that you can manage the day-to-day operations and administration of your z/OS systems. By streamlining some traditional tasks and automating others, z/OSMF can help to simplify some areas of z/OS system management.
z/OSMF provides a framework for managing various aspects of a z/OS system through a web browser interface. z/OSMF includes the following components:
  • z/OSMF nucleus
  • Core (recommended) services, such as the Administration tasks, the Workflows task, and the Notifications task
  • Optional (suggested) services, such as the ISPF service, the Sysplex Management service, or the Capacity Provisioning service
To configure z/OSMF for CA Top Secret, you first prepare the CA Top Secret environment and define authorizations for the z/OSMF nucleus and core services. You then define authorizations for the optional services as needed for your site's z/OSMF implementation. Which services you add depends on your site's goals.
Some of the services jobs (for example, TSSWMSEC and TSSCPSEC) create profiles and groups for providing authorizations to users. To help you connect users to the roles and groups that you created when executing the other jobs, CA Top Secret provides the TSSAUTH job. For TSSAUTH to work successfully, those profiles and groups
must
already exist. Therefore, run the TSSAUTH job last.