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Padding your incident resolution stats without lifting a finger! Operations Manager, Service Manager & Orchestrator working in harmony!

I have to give props to the excellent blog article done by Pete Zerger that talks about using an Orchestrator Runbook in conjunction with Operations Manager to help with service recovery on a global scale. 338 more words

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Always wanting to join new HPN Scripting GitHub community!!!!

Dear network community,

Last week HP had great ETSS event. As promised after my HPN Scripting session at ETSS I would launch the HPN-Scripting repository on GitHub ( 130 more words

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Simple runbook used to monitor recent file activity on FTP site

We have a number of legacy systems on site that use batch processes from IBM AIX environments that transfer files via FTP. These processes are critical to business operation so it’s imperative that these processes are monitored. 313 more words

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Service Manager GUID's! GUID'S EVERYWHERE!

I recently had an experienced data architect take a look at the SCSM Datawarehouse, he had such comments as “Those cubes are some piece of work!” & “I had no idea they could screw up a data warehouse that much!” 323 more words

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Syncing Change & Release dates from Service Manager to Sharepoint 2013 Calendars

I’ve been bugged for quite some time to get our Change & Release work items from Service Manager into Sharepoint so the general community can see what we’re working on.   704 more words

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HPN Scripting on Github

Dear network community,

Based on the feedback of Lindsay Hill on my last post I created a HPN Scripting GitHub repository. The repository is completely free with MIT license. 60 more words

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HP network scripting

Dear HP Network Community,

My name is Dobias van Ingen and I’m working within HP for almost 15 years. I’ve always been in networking and Unix / Linux infrastructures. 215 more words

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