Session 3: Orchestrator Runbook Usage and Troubleshooting

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Presented by: John Savill Running Time: 52 min This session dives into ways runbooks can be leveraged in the enterprise. Using from Service Manager, from PowerShell, from a web portal and even a command prompt. Additionally problems will happen in runbooks and all the different troubleshooting techniques will be covered giving you confidence to be able to solve any Orchestrator problem you face and therefore being able to unleash the full potential of Orchestrator in your environment.

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System Center 2012 SP1 Orchestrator is the foundation of System Center and quite literally allows any process to be completely automated across any number of systems in the datacenter and even beyond into the cloud. It can be quite daunting to figure out how to get started and what is the right way to create runbooks that can be reused in the future. In this class, participants will learn the key concepts of how runbooks actually work, best practices to creating runbooks, and advanced troubleshooting techniques.

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