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The first part covered how to setup a SCOM monitor and trigger a fake alert. This post will focus on configuring the connector between SCOM and SCSM. 411 more words
Here’s a link to a blog post that piqued my interest before taking a class on System Center Orchestrator.
I attended a remote class on orchestrator, company and instructor name withheld intentionally, shared Jon’s blog post and posed the following question, ”can you randomly select a runbook server?” 674 more words
Automating Incident & Problem management - Part I: Creating a SCOM monitor and generating fake alerts
This is the first part of a series of posts which will demonstrate how automation can be implemented in Incident and Problem Management. For this, fake… 416 more words
Bad news: There is no “Undo” button. So what do you do when this happens?
You have two options:
- Since you deleted part of your runbook, you are probably still in “check out” mode with it. 136 more words
A free ebook offering from Microsoft Press: Microsoft System Center: Designing Orchestrator Runbooks
Orchestration and automation are becoming increasingly important in IT organizations of all sizes and across all infrastructure types ranging from on-premises to cloud-based. 195 more words
Orchestrator Web Service Does Not Work After Adding The Server to Infrastructure Servers in VMM 2012 R2
I have a couple of Orchestrator servers with Web Features role installed on them. I’ve recently added those servers as Infrastructure Servers in VMM 2012 R2 in order to update them from there. 103 more words