Operations Orchestration

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  •  
    Rich out-of-the-box content
    Choose from 1000s of ready-made operations and workflows
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    Easy-to-use workflow designer
    Create, customize, and debug workflows graphically in a web-based, drag-and-wire interface
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    Powerful orchestration engine
    Run, schedule, and monitor IT processes from a central dashboard
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    Open and extensible platform
    Achieve integrations with out-of-the-box content, Python-based operations, and wizards for REST, Shell, PowerShell, and Web Services

Operations Orchestration

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No Contract or Credit Card Required
  • Operating System

    Microsoft Windows Server 2012, 2012 R2, 2016; Oracle Linux 6.6; SUSE Enterprise Linux 12.x; Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.x, 7.x

    Database:

    Oracle 12cR1 RAC, 12c R1 (regular, non-CDB), 12c R2 (regular and CDB); PostgreSQL 9.4x, 9.5x, 9.6; Microsoft SQL Server 2012, 2014, 2016

    Browser:

    Microsoft Internet Explorer 10.x, 11.x; Google Chrome 49.x and higher; Mozilla Firefox 53.x and higher; Microsoft Edge 20
  • What does the trial include?

    The trial includes the following components: OO Central, OO Studio, OO Workflow Designer, OO Self-Service Portal, and OO RAS.

    Does the trial come with out-of-the-box content?

    Yes, the trial includes OO base content and CloudSlang base content. You can download additional content from the ITOM Marketplace.

    Can I design my own operations with OO?

    Yes, you can design your own Python-based operations. You can also generate content with friendly integration and flow-generation wizards for REST, Shell, PowerShell, and Web Services.

    What use cases can I use OO for?

    You can orchestrate any standardized, well-understood IT task or activity. Jumpstart orchestration with basic task and process automation—for example password resets, file cleanup, server reboots, and service restarts.

    Then take on more sophisticated IT process automation for incident remediation, service management, database integration, IaaS, cloud orchestration and service delivery, disaster recovery, and more.

    What’s OO Workflow Designer used for?

    OO Workflow Designer is an intuitive, web-based, drag-and-wire interface where you can create, customize, and debug workflows graphically. It uses YAML-based CloudSlang open source language. The human-readable code makes it very easy to work in a multi-authoring environment—for example when reviewing code committed in GIT.

    What version of OO does the trial include?

    The trial includes OO version 2019.07.0.1.

    Who can I contact if I have questions?

    You can ask a question or post a discussion on the OO User Discussions community page.

    Where can I go to get more information about OO?

    Documentation is available on the OO Practitioner Portal.

  • System Requirements

    Operating System

    Microsoft Windows Server 2012, 2012 R2, 2016; Oracle Linux 6.6; SUSE Enterprise Linux 12.x; Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.x, 7.x

    Database:

    Oracle 12cR1 RAC, 12c R1 (regular, non-CDB), 12c R2 (regular and CDB); PostgreSQL 9.4x, 9.5x, 9.6; Microsoft SQL Server 2012, 2014, 2016

    Browser:

    Microsoft Internet Explorer 10.x, 11.x; Google Chrome 49.x and higher; Mozilla Firefox 53.x and higher; Microsoft Edge 20
  • FAQ

    What does the trial include?

    The trial includes the following components: OO Central, OO Studio, OO Workflow Designer, OO Self-Service Portal, and OO RAS.

    Does the trial come with out-of-the-box content?

    Yes, the trial includes OO base content and CloudSlang base content. You can download additional content from the ITOM Marketplace.

    Can I design my own operations with OO?

    Yes, you can design your own Python-based operations. You can also generate content with friendly integration and flow-generation wizards for REST, Shell, PowerShell, and Web Services.

    What use cases can I use OO for?

    You can orchestrate any standardized, well-understood IT task or activity. Jumpstart orchestration with basic task and process automation—for example password resets, file cleanup, server reboots, and service restarts.

    Then take on more sophisticated IT process automation for incident remediation, service management, database integration, IaaS, cloud orchestration and service delivery, disaster recovery, and more.

    What’s OO Workflow Designer used for?

    OO Workflow Designer is an intuitive, web-based, drag-and-wire interface where you can create, customize, and debug workflows graphically. It uses YAML-based CloudSlang open source language. The human-readable code makes it very easy to work in a multi-authoring environment—for example when reviewing code committed in GIT.

    What version of OO does the trial include?

    The trial includes OO version 2019.07.0.1.

    Who can I contact if I have questions?

    You can ask a question or post a discussion on the OO User Discussions community page.

    Where can I go to get more information about OO?

    Documentation is available on the OO Practitioner Portal.

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