Author: Kelverion

Announcing CRM Integration for System Center

Kelverion are pleased to announce the availability of Integration Packs for System Center Orchestrator to include leading Customer Relationship Management products as part of an automated IT environment. The new Integration Packs are for: Salesforce Microsoft Dynamics CRM BMC RemedyForce Forwarding customer requests directly to backend systems, accompanied by near real time status feedbacks, accel...

Kelverion Runbook Studio now available via the Microsoft Azure Market Place

Kelverion have this week released a new VM to the Microsoft Azure Marketplace for the Kelverion Runbook Studio for Azure Automation. This Azure Market Place VM provides an installed version of the Kelverion Runbook Studio, licencing server for Kelverion Integration Modules and tutorials for authoring with Runbook Studio and a sample runbook for using the Integration Modules for ServiceNow and SQL ...

Kelverion Runbook Studio Release 1.2 with support for Azure Automation and SMA

Azure Automation is an incredibly powerful tool but it does require a high degree of PowerShell knowledge and necessities a constant internet connection to be able to develop anything. We realised at Kelverion that this need for PowerShell knowledge and the internet connection would be a stumbling block for Azure Automation adoption at most customers because not every IT engineer mumbles PowerShel...

Kelverion at System Center Europe 2016 and free draw

As technology has moved forward, so has Kelverion. Building on our extensive Orchestrator expertise we are now releasing integration products for Microsoft Azure Automation, SMA and PowerShell.  The key first step to this journey is our new Runbook Studio Product. Kelverion will be demonstrating these new cloud solutions at the System Center Universe Europe conference in Berlin 24th – 26th August....

4 Ways the New Kelverion Runbook Studio Makes Azure Automation Even Better

With Microsoft Azure you are finally able to utilise the Cloud to scale your infrastructure according to your needs. Virtual machines are popping in and out of existence at your whim. Today it’s collaborating with SharePoint, tomorrow you’re building databases in Oracle; a cornucopia of business applications await your every command. Furthermore, all this is accessed from any place, anytime, becau...

Announcing the Kelverion Runbook Studio making Azure Automation easier to use

As an IT Process Automation specialist who has been using System Center 2012 R2 Orchestrator and Opalis since 2007, I was very excited by Microsoft’s announcement in 2014 of Azure Automation their new cloud based automation platform.  I have been an avid user and follower of Azure Automation since its inception as a pure PowerShell interface, into its graphical authoring capability via the Azure P...

5 Reasons Why you Should buy a Pre-Built Integration Pack for SCORCH

Should you build your own Integration Pack or buy one? To put it simply, it is cheaper and faster to buy a pre-built Integration Pack for System Center Orchestrator. Here are the five reasons why buying a pre-built Integration Pack for SCORCH is better than building your own. 1) What knowledge is needed to build an Integration pack for System Center Orchestrator? Building Integration Packs require...

Automated Self Service Software Provision with System Center Webinar

Requesting the installation of new software and the fulfilment of that request in an Enterprise setting is a time consuming, labour intensive and slow process. The ideal solution is for Users to be able to easily request the installation and removal of software and for that request to be delivered swiftly in a fully automated way with minimal, if any IT input and in a fraction of the time taken to...

Kelverion continue to Enhance and Extend Orchestrator

Annoucing new Integration Packs  and updates to existing Kelverion Integration Packs for Orchestrator By Greg Charman As part of our ongoing activities around Orchestrator, Kelverion are pleased to announce some new products and product updates for System Center 2012 Orchestrator and Orchestrator SP1. First a thank you to all who attended the Microsoft Management Summit 2013 in Las Vegas and dropp...

Orchestrator at MMS 2013

In the recent MyITForum poll it appears everyone wants to find out about Orchestrator at MMS 2013. https://myitforum.com/myitforumwp/2013/03/13/mms-2013-available-sessions-howd-we-do/ Well good news, come and find about Orchestrator from the experts. Kelverion to exhibit at Microsoft Management Summit 2013 We will be exhibiting again this year at the Microsoft Management Summit in Las Vegas from 8...

System Center 2012 Orchestrator Operations Manager Integration Pack Issues

By Greg Charman In my continuing series of items about System Center 2012 Orchestrator, I thought I would share this little gem. If you find this useful and have any particular areas you would like to explore in future please reply and let me know. If whilst trying to connect your Orchestrator Operations Manager Integration Pack to SCOM you get a blank pop up window when testing the connection or ...

Orchestrator Integration Packs Do it Yourself or Ready Made Integration?

Orchestrator Integration Packs Do it Yourself or Ready Made Integration? By Greg Charman Many people have made large investments in both Microsoft System Center and other Datacenter Management Tools.  Historically integrating these multi-vendors product sets has been challenging and time consuming.  With System Center 2012 Orchestrator, Microsoft has laid the foundations for a much easier and spee...

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