System Center Orchestrator Example

Greetings,

My colleague, Matt Geddes, has create a new 3 part blog on adding a script to System Center Orchestrator.  As usual, Matt sets up the problem in part 1. In part 2, he shows how to add a script to System Center.  And finally in part 3, you get your hands dirty with the actual PowerShell SyncVm script.  Matt has nicely provided a way to test in a stand-alone environment before it is added to System Center.

A new directory, SystemCenterOrchestrator in Tintri’s PowerShell GitHub repo has been added which contains the Sync VM example discussed in the above mentioned blog.

If you desire more SyncVM information, please check out these posts.

Now go plug into System Center,

– Rick –

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