My previous blog posts about the brand new System Center Orchestrator 2012 Release Candidate (SCO) were about the installation experience and the basics of Integration Pack (IP) deployment. In this blog post I want to explore the Orchestrator Integration Toolkit. Installation I was very impressed with the setup experience of SCO 2012 RC, also the IP deployment wasn’t … Continue reading System Center Orchestrator 2012 RC: Exploring the Integration Toolkit
Yesterday I’ve blogged about installing Orchestrator (SCO) – which was very easy. Once you are done with the installation you can open up “Runbook Designer” and start creating so called“Runbooks” right away. History System Center Orchestrator 2012 (SCO) is the first release from Microsoft with the new brand and product name. Before Microsoft acquired the product, it was … Continue reading System Center Orchestrator 2012 RC: Installed, now what?
The System Center 2012 product line is nearing its final release date. Beta and release candidate versions are publicly available and can be tested. You can download the bits from here. There are three separate downloads available: System_Center_2012_Orchestrator_RC.exe this is the actual product and is around 60 MB. Pretty slick! System_Center_2012_Orchestrator_Integration_Packs_RC.exe this are the integration packs … Continue reading System Center Orchestrator 2012 RC: Installation Experience