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  • Blog Post: A first look at System Center Orchestrator!

    At MMS last week, we unveiled the new features that will be delivered with the next version of Opalis, now announced as System Center Orchestrator. In this post, we will take a look at the key new capabilities of Orchestrator, and how they build on Opalis 6.3 which is in market today. I want to be very...
  • Blog Post: Creating a TFS Integration Pack using PowerShell

    We have had a lot of requests for a Team Foundation Server Integration Pack, and the team has been working on, testing and using one internally. Zhenhua Yao who works in our Orchestrator Engineering team has written up a post describing how we did this, and for those who just can’t wait, he has provided...
  • Blog Post: Orchestrator 2012 Beta–All the useful links!

    Following the Orchestrator 2012 Beta announcement and the previously posted What to Expect in the Beta below is a list of articles that will answers the majority of the questions that you will ask . We will be creating and posting a lot for documentation and information as we build to the Release Candidate...
  • Blog Post: Leveraging the power of the Orchestrator Out of Box Standard Activities

    A common question we get is “Do you have an Integration Pack for <insert a product/solution here>?” Charles even wrote a blog post on this back in the Opalis days! I wanted to ensure that everyone understood the powerful activities that come Out of the Box with Orchestrator, and all the incredible...