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Creating and using a custom interface for System Center Orchestrator

System Center Orchestrator (SCOrch) is a key component of the System Center 2012 suite because it allows any individual in IT to automate (most times without code!) processes across the entire product suite.  Neil Peterson has only a couple blog posts up around utilizing SCOrch, but he has promised many more in the series as he helps build knowledge around how SCOrch can bring extreme value to anything you need to accomplish.

In a recent post, Neil walks through creating a custom interface for SCOrch using C# and ASP.NET.  This may sound complicated, but Neil does a great job digging in and making it all make sense.  Obviously, you don’t have to create custom interfaces.  Don’t get the wrong idea.  SCOrch provides plenty of no-code situations and is usable by anyone. Instead, Neil’s post is more to help understand that SCOrch is completely extendable in the event you want to do something even more spectacular than is provided.

Read the full post: System Center Orchestrator Custom Interface – C# / ASP.NET

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