There are times when customizing a product is required. Find out how the Orchestrator web service exposes Orchestrator resources to developers in this video.
- [Narrator] In this video I'll talk about…the Orchestrator Web Service.…The Orchestrator Web Service is used to expose…Systems Center Orchestrator Resources,…for example runbooks to developers over HTTP.…So the web service is a website…that listens on TCP port 81 by default.…And it allows for REST based access to…Systems Center Orchestrator Resource.…REST stands for Representational State Transfer…and it's a way to access items over HTTP.…
So, it supports HTTP GET for the retrieval of…Systems Center Orchestrator items…or it supports HTTP POST in the case that we need to…make a modification to some of these resources.…Either way data gets returned to the invoker in XML format.…The web service allows for external runbook initiation.…And what this really means is outside of…Systems Center Orchestrator.…So we might have some kind of custom connectivity…to invoke let's say a runbook…that happens from a completely different app.…
So developers can do this using any…programming or scripting language.…For instance, maybe Microsoft PowerShell…
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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