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  • Blog Post: Opalis 6.3: Getting Started with the Configuration Manager IP

    Opalis 6.3 introduces four new System Center Integration Packs (for SCCM, SCSM, SCVMM, and SCDPM) and updates the existing OpsMgr IP. We'll be posting a number of deep dives into the different Integration Packs to show some of the scenarios we used in creating them, but I thought that for Configuration...
  • Blog Post: New utility to automate the installation of the Opalis ops console

    I am very happy to announce that Kelverion has created and published a new tool that simplifies and automates the installation of the current Opalis 6.3 operator console. This new tool removes the complexity from the current operator console installation and brings consistency to the experience. You...
  • Blog Post: Opalis 6.3: Getting Started with the Service Manager Integration Pack

    Overview If you are going to work with System Center Service Manager via the Opalis Service Manager Integration Pack, then you had better learn how to interact with Service Manager Activities. But what exactly is an Activity? There exists some confusing terminology that we need to resolve before...
  • Blog Post: 8 Minute Demo - Opalis Product Overview

    OK, so you've heard all the buzz about our wildly popular Opalis product but you're still not sure exactly what it does or all the great ways it can benefit you and your company?  If so you're in luck because our very own Charles Joy has created some really informative videos that I'll be posting...
  • Blog Post: Using Opalis to automate Standard Operating Procedures

    I have written up a post over on The DDC site with some guidance around how to get started with automating and orchestrating IT Processes. Knowing what to focus on and how to get started can be hard, but we are here to help! Take a read, and I’d love to hear back on your experiences and how...
  • Blog Post: Getting your head around the "concept" of Opalis – it's about "building blocks"

    I think it's easy to get intimidated by Opalis if you don't know what it is. You hear the term "workflows" or "runbooks" and you envision some really complex tool that's like software development. You envision having to spend several weeks in training so you can understand how to...