Install All System Center 2012 R2 Preview Components and Windows Azure Pack Preview (Part 4 Orchestrator and Service Management Automation)


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In Part 4 we will cover the installation experience of Orchestrator and Service Management Automation. SMA is a new role in Orchestrator that allows you to execute PowerShell workflows of all PowerShell modules. Certainly a role that we have to discover more.

Orchestrator:

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Runbook Designer I’ve already installed so that is why I cannot check it.

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Orchestrator will enable IIS role during the installation:

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I think that option with remote access was not present before but I might be wrong.

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Runbook Designer can be opened without issues:

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When I’ve opened the web console I’ve got an error:

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It seems the installed does not install ASP.NET 4.5 and you have to install it manually. After that the web console will be working:

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Let’s continue with Service Management Automation role which has three components. I will install them on the SCO01:

Web Service:

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We have to install some prerequisites:

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The installation experience looks like the one for Service Provider Foundation as both are web services:

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You can generate self-signed certificate without going to IIS console:

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Runbook Worker:

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These new roles in Orchestrator component all require Windows Server 2012 R2

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It seems additional configuration is needed after installation:

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PowerShell Module

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The installation of these modules goes very fast so I couldn’t capture it.

More exploration on Service Management Automation Role is needed in order to understand the architecture and the full capabilities.

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