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  • Blog Post: Understanding IP Installation: What Does Register/Unregister/Deploy/Undeploy Really Mean?

    One of the most foundational activities an Orchestrator admin does is installing Integration Packs. After all, Integration Packs provide the real value to Orchestrator because they allow you to extend its capabilities and let you connect to virtually anything so you can automate and orchestrator across...
  • Blog Post: Getting Deeper Information from orchestrator via COM, part 2

    In the last post , I showed you how to use PowerShell to connect to the Orchestrator COM interface for getting (and setting) various types of information. Now I’m going to run through a quick demo of how to get things like global resources (variables, counters, etc.) from COM and even modify them if...
  • Blog Post: Getting Deeper Information from Orchestrator via COM, part 3

    Before I start, here are links to the previous parts of this series: Getting Deeper Information from Orchestrator via COM Getting Deeper Information from orchestrator via COM, part 2 In the last two posts, I showed how to connect to the COM interface for Orchestrator and how to use it to get various...
  • Blog Post: Opalis 6.3 and clustering the Integration or Management Server

    This is a question I get every now and then and since I didn’t see it spelled out anywhere I thought I’d go ahead and answer it here.  The question is whether or not Opalis 6.3 supports clustering of the Integration or Management server, and if so is that recommended. The short answer to that is...
  • Blog Post: Getting Deeper Information from Orchestrator via COM

    I see a lot of requests from people creating integrations with Orchestrator to get information about some of the inner workings of an installation, beyond what’s available via the web service. The web service allows you to retrieve information about: Folders Runbooks Runbook Parameters Activities Jobs...