Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Using Orchestrator components
Orchestrator includes many Integration Packs. The following list is a sample of popular
Integration Packs:
Active Directory
Exchange Admin
Exchange Users
FTP
Windows Azure
HP iLO and OA (remote connectivity)
HP Operations Manager
HP Service Manager
VMware vSphere
Windows Azure
All Microsoft System Center components
Using Orchestrator components
As shown in Figure 7-3, Orchestrator has several useful components. The Runbook Designer
is used to create, modify, and publish Orchestrator runbooks. The Runbook Designer
publishes all runbooks to the runbook server, and the runbook server executes the runbooks.
The management server imports the IPs. After an IP is imported, the management server
makes the IP available to the runbook server. The runbook server is where individual
activities in the runbook are executed.
The Orchestration database is a Microsoft SQL Server database that stores all the data,
runbooks, and log files. The Orchestrator web service is a Microsoft Internet Information
Services (IIS)-based website that provides a web interface into the Orchestration database. The
Orchestration console uses the IIS web service to access data.
These are all the major components of Orchestrator. Other features necessary for a more
complete architectural deployment include the Runbook Tester, which is part of the
Runbook Designer interface. Additional runbook servers can be added for load distribution and
high availability in a large enterprise.
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