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Microsoft System Center Designing Orchestrator Runbooks by Aaron Cushner David Ziembicki Andreas Rynes, Mitch Tulloch

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Chapter 3. Orchestrator architecture and deployment

This chapter covers the system architecture of System Center 2012 Orchestrator, the various components that are part of the product and how to deploy it in an environment. It discusses the different options that are available to deploy Orchestrator, the scenarios and requirements that you have to think about first before getting started, and details the high availability concepts for each of the components. We also describe the data bus, a key concept of Orchestrator that will help you build your runbooks and allows you to pass data between activities and runbooks without writingcode.

Architecture

This section introduces the system components of Orchestrator, their purpose, and how they are going ...

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