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== Runbook Process Settings ==
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It is possible to set Input and Output Parameters which are either Required (MUST be passed or returned to/by the Runbook) as well as optional parameters.
 
  
 
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Latest revision as of 15:16, 26 March 2020

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[edit] Introduction

Orchestration is fufilled via the creation of a Runbook, enabling dissimilar operations to be bound together within a business process to perform a complete end to end solution. Enabling for the standardisation/automisation of best practices that improve efficiency, reliability and reducing user error. As an example the on-boarding of a new user could require the following to be set-up / configured:

  • AD User Account creation
  • Mailbox Creation
  • Forum / Wiki Access
  • Software Installation
  • Database Access rights

Whether some or all of the above operations are actioned is conditional on information passed to the Runbook or logic controlled by the Runbook's business process.

[edit] Related Articles

[edit] Runbooks List

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  • Runbook
  • Category
  • Created By
  • Created On
  • Updated By
  • Published version
  • Active State
  • Action Buttons
  • Publish
  • Copy
  • Rename
  • Delete
  • Invoke

[edit] Toolbar

  • Filter
Free Text Filter on Process
  • Create New
Create a new runbook
  • Delete
Delete all selected runbbook(s)

[edit] Runbook Business Process

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One major difference with the BPM, as used within Applications such as Service Manager, is that output parameters can be defined. Applications that use the BPM can utilise the Output Parameters in the same manner as that of provided by Cloud Automation results.

[edit] Process Nodes

  • Hornbill Automation
Invoke Hornbill Actions
  • Cloud Automation
Interact with third parties
  • IT Automation
Invoke ITOM Packages or other Runbooks
  • Decision
Conditional execution based on one or more expressions
  • End Process
  • Abort
  • Start Parallel Processing
  • Finish Parrallel Processing

[edit] Runbook Process Settings

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  • Input Parameters
Parameters which can be used throughout the process
  • Output Parameters
Parameters which will be passed on to the calling process
  • Category
Allowing for categorisation & searching
  • Description
Allowing for searching
  • Display Options
Normal/Projector - providing a more high contrast viewing alternative
  • Access Granted To
Access can be granted based on Role, User or Group
Information
IF the "Access Granted To" is set, then the ability to run this particular Runbook will be limited to only specific users and those users who are members of the configured Groups.
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