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Volker Scheithauer

BAO & Mainframe

Posted by Volker Scheithauer Moderator Apr 28, 2014
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BMC MainView AutoOPERATOR for z/OS simplifies system management and automated operational processes across the IT environments. It quickly and easily generates automation using comprehensive rules processor, alert management facilities and system object relationship components. As an integrated member of the MainView monitoring solution family, it provides swift transfer from problem identification and correction using the appropriate automation management product, even on remote systems and sysplexes.


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BAO - How to write basic workflow


Live Demo of Atrium Orchestrator

Date: Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Time: 2:00 pm, Central Daylight Time (Chicago, GMT-05:00)

Meeting Number: 759 925 955

Meeting Password: Upon Request via e-mail: orchestrator@bmc.com

 

 

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To join the online meeting (Now from mobile devices!)

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2. If requested, enter your name and email address.

3. If a password is required, enter the meeting password: Upon Request via e-mail: orchestrator@bmc.com

4. Click "Join".

 

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In the 21th century, IT Ops has left an overpopulated and decimated IT landscape and moved to a new star system, colonizing many planets and moons. The Alliance [HAL, CHAP] has won a war against the Colonies, less established planets in the outer IT system. A young girl named "RealOps" is the most promising of a number of young people being mentally and physically conditioned against their will by Alliance scientists.


Rescued by her brother "Smooth Orchestrator", the two find refuge aboard the BMC-class transport ship "BMC’s Enterprise Service Management" business unit., captained by gun-for-hire Jimmy "Jim" G., a Colonial veteran. An Alliance agent, the Operative, is charged with finding and killing RealOps, as high Alliance politicians have accidentally exposed top secrets to her orchestration abilities. And the story goes on ...



What I find most interesting though, is the fact that the syndicate hosting the original show just put an end to it and withdrew monetary support. The huge fans base however thought "Это курам на смех".


What followed was very exciting for me as for many fans of the show. Funding was found elsewhere and the production continued. "Hard Core" Fans were able to become "Extra's" on the show. You may review Done the Impossible on Netflix if you want to know more.


Now what does this have to do with Atrium Orchestrator. Well, if you, the "Hard Core" fan, are excited as I am about it, then you want to participate in the community and post your workflows and / or ideas on how you use it in real life. If you want to go a bit deeper, join the community and check out the content provided by the "Smooth Orchestrator" at:


 

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e-mail: orchestrator@bmc.com

 

 

 






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Hello,

 

Getting started with Atrium Orchestrator?

Content published at BAO E-Learning: Orientation Workshop

 

Topics being covered in multimedia fashion:

 

  1. Introduction to BMC Atrium Orchestrator
  2. Installation Tutorial
  3. DevStudio Installation
  4. Grid Manager walk through
  5. Adapter Definition
  6. XML Introduction
  7. Metrics Configuration
  8. Configuring DevStudio
  9. DevStudio Walk Through
  10. Module Import and Export
  11. First Workflow
  12. Data Passing
  13. Load Connection Details
  14. Using OA Modules
  15. Basic Transform Editor
  16. Advanced Transform Editor
  17. Switch and Spawn lab
  18. For Loop activity
  19. Schedules export and activate
  20. Demo realized
  21. Operator Control Panel

 

It's of course no replacement for a proper Atrium Orchestrator class, but it get's you started.

 

The content is located in Atrium Orchestrator (Customers and Partners only) . If you need access, please don't hesitate to contact me, as this forum is for BAO customers and Partners only.

 

Please share comments on how this worked for you

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Regards, "Smooth Orchestrator"

e-mail: orchestrator@bmc.com

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Hello,

 

In this article I focus on how to integrate with Microsoft Hyper-V

BAO E-Learning: Microsoft Hyper-V

 

The content is located in BAO Advanced Topics (registered Users) . If you need access, please don't hesitate to contact me, as this forum is for BAO customers and Partners only.

 

Please share comments on how this worked for you

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Regards, "Smooth Orchestrator"

e-mail: orchestrator@bmc.com

Volker Scheithauer

Monitor BAO Grid

Posted by Volker Scheithauer Moderator Apr 3, 2014
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Monitoring BAO Infrastructure is becoming more important, as you rely on orchestration to work 24*7.

In this series, I'll cover several different approaches, starting with the basis, the JMX interaction.

 

BAO E-Learning: Monitor Grid: Part 0 - Manual

BAO E-Learning: Monitor Grid: Part 1 - JMX

BAO E-Learning: Monitor Grid: Part 2 - SCOM

BAO E-Learning: Monitor Grid: Part 3 - BPPM

 

The content is located in BAO Advanced Topics (registered Users) . If you need access, please don't hesitate to contact me, as this forum is for BAO customers and Partners only.

 

Please share comments on how this worked for you

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Regards, "Smooth Orchestrator"

e-mail: orchestrator@bmc.com

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