Automation–System Center Orchestrator Engineering Blog Cross-Post: Authoring SMA Runbooks in the PowerShell ISE!
Once again, I have an awesome blog post that I wanted to bring to the top of your reading list…
by Joe Levy
- SMA Capabilities in Depth: Runbook Input, Output, and Nested Runbooks by Chris Sanders
- SMA Capabilities in Depth: Controlling Runbook Streams for Testing and Troubleshooting by Chris Sanders
- Reporting on SMA Usage using Excel PowerPivot and the SMA OData web service by Beth Cooper
- SMA Capabilities in Depth: Runbook Authoring by Joe Levy
- Service Management Automation: Integration with Orchestrator by Chris Sanders
- Configure Service Management Automation for Optimum Performance by Beth Cooper
- SMA Capabilities in Depth: Assets by Joe Levy
- SMA Capabilities in Depth: The SMA PowerShell Module by Joe Levy
- Monitoring and troubleshooting in Service Management Automation by Eamon O’Reilly
- Service Management Automation overview on Channel 9 by Eamon O’Reilly
As always, for more information, tips/tricks, and example solutions for Automation within System Center, Windows Azure Pack, Windows Azure, etc., be sure to check out the other blog posts from Building Clouds in the Automation Track (and https://aka.ms/IntroToSMA), as well as the great work over at the System Center Orchestrator Engineering Blog!