The management server sits between the Runbook Designer and the Orchestrator database. It also monitors runbook server health. Deployment servers are used to register integration packs and to deploy new runbook servers and designers. In this video, Dan explains the details on how these components fit into an Orchestrator ecosystem.
- [Instructor] There are a number of components…that need to work together to have…a functional Orchestrator environment…and in this video we'll talk about both…the management server and the deployment manager.…Let's start with the management server…and define its role and responsibility.…First of all the management server's implemented…as a Windows service and it needs…at least Windows server 2008 RT.…At the same time when we install our management server…it needs to be associated with a service account…and this service account communicates…with other components like the system center…Orchestrator database.…
It talks to Runbook designers and the deployment…manager tool.…And this service account needs a couple of permissions…that are set automatically during installation.…But the service account needs the ability…to log on as a service on the management server…and it needs to be a member of the Orchestrator…administrators role.…Now this isn't something you'd find…in active directory or anything like that as a group.…
This course teaches administrators how to automate the monitoring and deployment of data center resources using Orchestrator 2016. Instructor Daniel Lachance begins with a discussion of Orchestrator components and interactions, and walks through the installation of an Orchestrator environment. Then he explores Runbook Designer, the tool for creating various automation solutions related to file management, user onboarding, and more. Follow along and learn how to create your own runbooks with this integral tool, and optimize and reduce your workload.
- Understanding the Orchestrator architecture: from database to console
- Planning an Orchestrator deployment
- Verifying the installation
- Exploring Runbook Designer
- Creating runbooks
Skill Level Beginner
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1. Orchestrator Architecture
2. Orchestrator Installation
3. Orchestrator Runbook Designer
4. Runbook Design
5. Runbook Creation
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