System Center Orchestrator is an excellent Workflow Engine to run and trigger PowerShell Code. Additionally, SCO provides a way to store Credentials, Server Names, and other recording Values in global Variables. So if a Server Name Changes or Azure App Thumbprint needs to be renewed, you only have to change one Value. That said, it …
This will be a short post, but I often need the SQL Query to get the Runbook ID and the Parameter ID from a specific Runbook in System Center Orchestrator. So, as I always look on the Internet, I decided to write this post for you and me when I need this. Put the Name …
In huge System Center Orchestrator Environments, it is usual to make a lot of Sub Runbooks, that will be called by more than one Parent Runbook. For Example, you build a Runbook to add a User in a Group. This Runbook will definitely be used by different Parent Runbooks. And in this case, it can …
A few months ago, the guys from PacktPublishing asked me to write the System Center 2016 Orchestrator Cookbook. It took not too long to make a decision and this was positive.
So I have decided not only to write an update, I have done a complete makeover of this book.
I have added a lot of new Recipes and have added a lot of my experience from the past 6 years. In the End, we have a complete new book, so go ahead and get your copy.
Don’t forget to write a Review on Amazon.
Michael Seidl aka Techguy