SYSTEM CENTER ORCHESTRATOR TRAINING

Automation of IT Processes is a new subject to many IT Professionals and using ITPA tools is not just as easy as install them and then learn on the job.

Each ITPA tool is fully customizable to support the business process you wish to implement, and System Center Orchestrator is no exception to this, so they largely start as a blank sheet of paper. To help IT Professionals learn these tools Kelverion provide a range of training courses and we can offer bespoke training offering based around specific requirements should one of our pre-defined courses not fit your individual needs.

Kelverion are also very aware that a training course is only as good as the skills and experience of the trainer in using the tool in the real world. This is why all our training courses are delivered by our Professional Services staff, who can not only tell you how the tool works but also bring real world examples into our training courses.

When it comes to System Center Orchestrator the training we provide can be utilised either on site or delivered over the web, which is best for you will depend on the number of people you wish to have on the course.

System Center Orchestrator Training

ONSITE TRAINING COURSE CONTENT

The Kelverion Orchestrator On-Site Training Course provides an on-site 2 day training course on implementing Orchestrator and using the Runbook designer to build your own Runbooks. This is an instructor led course with lab exercises and real world examples to run through.

Each progressive lesson builds on the previous lesson, every aspect of Orchestrator needed to create a Runbook is covered. Students will be able to create, analyse and modify Runbooks.

Number of Attendees: Eight maximum

Course aimed at: Anyone who will be creating and building workflows and Runbooks in Orchestrator.

Attendee Skill Set:

  • Experience with standard computing systems including file storage, networking and internet technologies.

  • A general knowledge of Microsoft Core Technologies.

  • Working knowledge of databases.

Orchestrator Overview

What is IT Process Automation?
What is Orchestrator?
Orchestrator Architecture
Introduction to Process Documentation

Orchestrator Installation
How to Install Orchestrator
The Integration Packs
Introduction to the Orchestrator Runbook Designer
Development Client Overview
Build your First Runbook
Orchestrator Runbooks in More Depth
Activity Categories
Branching and Conditional Links
Naming Links
Using Variables
Understanding Published Data
Understanding Failover Functionality
Import & Export Runbooks
Testing Runbooks
Working with Orchestrator Activities
User Communications
Monitoring Target Systems
Files & Text
System Tools
Data Manipulation
Working with Unix
Orchestrator Utilities
Runbook Control
Kelverion Best Practices
Kelverion Best Practices for Runbook Design

WEB TRAINING COURSE CONTENT

The Kelverion Orchestrator Web Based Training Course comprises a series of instructor led web conference modules. These modules run as a complete series but can be scheduled to fit into your business day and practices to make sure that you get the most out of our training courses.

Each progressive lesson builds on the previous lesson, every aspect of Orchestrator needed to create a Runbook is covered. Students will be able to create, analyse and modify Runbooks.

Number of Attendees: Four maximum

Course aimed at: Anyone who will be creating and building workflows and Runbooks in Orchestrator.

Attendee Skill Set:

  • Experience with standard computing systems including file storage, networking and internet technologies.

  • A general knowledge of Microsoft Core Technologies.

  • Working knowledge of databases.

Orchestrator Overview

What is IT Process Automation?
What is Orchestrator?
Orchestrator Architecture
Introduction to Process Documentation

Orchestrator Installation
How to Install Orchestrator
The Integration Packs
Introduction to the Orchestrator Runbook Designer
Runbook Designer Overview
Build your First Runbook
Orchestrator Runbooks in More Depth
Activity Categories
Branching and Conditional Links
Naming Links
Using Variables
Understanding Published Data
Understanding Failover Functionality
Import & Export Runbooks
Testing Runbooks
Working with Orchestrator Activities
User Communications
Monitoring Target Systems
Files & Text
System Tools
Data Manipulation
Working with Unix
Orchestrator Utilities
Runbook Control
Learn Orchestrator Lab Exercise
Instructor Introduction
Email Q&A
Lab Review
Best Practices

Kelverion Best Practices

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