Microsoft System Center Orchestrator 2012 R2 Essentials is published by Packt Publishing in September 2015. This book has 157 pages in English, ISBN-13 978-1785287589.
With the increasing complexity of systems in our infrastructure designs, administrating these systems has become more complex and repetitive. This ultimately translates into an inefficient environment and a loss of time. System Center Orchestrator 2012 R2 is the tool that can help you regain that time again, by simplifying repetitive tasks (or complex ones) into a simple one that will require minimum intervention from you, or even none.
Starting off with the fundamentals of Orchestrator, this book helps you to learn the configuration and deployment of the Orchestrator 2012 R2 in a corporate environment to successfully deploy and mitigate real life issues that you might encounter. You’ll learn the most used part of Orchestrator, the Runbook Designer, with all its components and mechanisms to help you efficiently design and implement your Runbooks from top to bottom. You finally round off by gaining insights on the maintenance aspects of Orchestrator, while simultaneously covering the troubleshooting, backup, and recovery features.
What You Will Learn
- Plan, assess, design, and implement Orchestrator 2012 R2 in a corporate environment
- Master the Runbook Designer and discover all about the Runbook creation process
- Import and integrate more technologies through new imported functionalities and learn what they bring to your environment
- Extend your possibilities and interaction with your environment while you get to grips with the best practices for this system
- Implement High Availability, security, backup, and recovery procedures and fine-tuning of the platform
- Familiarize yourself with the Runbook design and its implementation with an insight into the methodology for a more dynamic data center
Who This Book Is For
This book is targeted at those who want to gain time in their administrative tasks and profit from it to also improve their environment by reaching a more autonomous infrastructure.