Automation–System Center Orchestrator Engineering Blog–July 2014 Cross-Post Update!

Hello Readers!

It is that time again; time for me to cross-reference the great work being published over on the System Center Orchestrator Engineering Blog and now the Azure Blog!

So, what did the System Center AUTOMATION Engineering Team publish since our last Cross-Post…?

1 Orchestrator, 3 Service Management Automation, and 4 Azure Automation Posts!


KB: After applying UR5 to Orchestrator 2012 SP1 some Runbooks fail

Published by J.C. Hornbeck on June 11th, 2014


Authoring Integration Modules for SMA

Published by Joe Levy on June 11th, 2014

Configuring and Administrating Service Management Automation

Published by Eamon O Reilly on June 19th, 2014

SMA Capabilities in Depth: Scalability and High Availability

Published by Joe Levy on July 2nd, 2014

Azure Automation

Azure Automation: Monitoring and Troubleshooting Your Runbook Jobs

Published by Joe Levy on June 12th, 2014

Getting Started With Azure Automation – Runbook Management

Published by Beth Cooper on June 19th, 2014

Azure Automation: Your SQL Agent in the Cloud

A guest Azure Automation Post Published by Joseph Idziorek on June 26th, 2014

Azure Automation in Depth: Runbook Authoring

Published by Joe Levy on July 3rd, 2014

Note     To keep up with all these Azure Automation posts on the Azure Blog, be sure to bookmark the following URL:

and let’s not forget…

Script Center Azure Automation Example Runbooks

(An ongoing list of SC Automation, Building Clouds and Community Contributed Azure Automation Example Runbooks)

As always, for more information, tips/tricks, and example solutions for Automation within System Center, Windows Azure Pack, Windows Azure, etc., be sure to check out the other blog posts from Building Clouds in the Automation Track (and, as well as the great work over at the System Center Orchestrator Engineering Blog and Azure Automation Section of the Azure Blog!