We introduced our ScriptRunner to a cloud service provider. The cloud service provider uses System Center Orchestrator, among other things, to make standard workflows available to partners and customers in the respective client via a website. This process is very complex and does not allow individualization of automation in the respective client.
ScriptRunner can close this gap and is therefore very valuable for Cloud Service Providers and their partners.
In this context it was exciting to hear that Orchestrator per se supports administrative credentials in its guidelines, but no clear separation for authorization, as we did in ScriptRunner.
We will now go into a pilot with the Cloud Service Provider and certainly learn a lot about the requirements of this business.
https://support.scriptrunner.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/Secure1zu1-t.jpg10001000Daniel Finkenzellerhttps://support.scriptrunner.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/ScriptRunner_logo.pngDaniel Finkenzeller2019-08-08 15:44:422019-10-09 13:35:56Manage PowerShell credentials with Pleasant password server
https://support.scriptrunner.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/Network_1zu1.jpg387387Frank Kresse, Head of Productshttps://support.scriptrunner.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/ScriptRunner_logo.pngFrank Kresse, Head of Products2019-04-04 19:34:152019-10-09 13:36:15ScriptRunner version 2019R1 - what's new?
https://support.scriptrunner.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/Neue-Version-2018R3-gold-2.png319400Frank Kresse, Head of Productshttps://support.scriptrunner.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/ScriptRunner_logo.pngFrank Kresse, Head of Products2018-10-26 16:20:472019-10-09 13:36:45Feature overview of the new version 2018R3