For years OMEGAMON users have installed and configured the product using an ISPF based dialog called ICAT. ICAT has been the primary mechanism to configure and manage all the core OMEGAMON tools (OMEGAMON for z/OS, CICS, DB2, IMS, Storage, Networks).
Over the past few months a new configuration method, called Parmlib, has been rolling out. Phase 2 of Parmlib support became available in May. Parmlib is intended to be an easier to use alternative to the ICAT process. In the June issue of IBM System z Advisor, Jeff Lowe has written an article that talks about Parmlib. If you are responsible for installation and configuration of OMEGAMON, you will find this article of interest.
Here is a link to the article: