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BMC Atrium Orchestrator 7.x: Fundamentals – Part 1 (WBT)

Note: This course was formerly titled, BMC Atrium Orchestrator 7.8: Foundation ‒ Part 1 (WBT)

BMC Atrium Orchestrator is the bridge between people, process, and technology. Orchestrator does not replace existing IT tools or the automation functions within these tools, instead, it integrates, plans, and orchestrates their actions. BMC Atrium Orchestrator replaces routine, error-prone human interaction, within and among the tools, with automation and built-in process measurements, giving you the necessary tools to continually assess and improve your automated processes.

This self-paced, online course introduces students to the potential power of automating business processes with BMC Atrium Orchestrator. Understanding the basic foundation of the architecture, concepts, and terminology of BMC Atrium Orchestrator is critical to the success of using the tools within BAO, such as the Grid Manager, Development Studio, and Operator Control Panel.

Major release:

TrueSight Orchestration 7.x

Good for:

Administrators, Developers, Operators

Course Delivery:

Self Paced | 2.00 hours

Course Modules

  • Introduction to BMC Atrium Orchestrator
    • Purpose and functions of BMC Atrium Orchestrator
    • What is IT Process Orchestration?
    • BMC Atrium Orchestrator architecture
    • Components of the Grid and their purpose
    • Basic BAO system requirements
  • The Grid Manager
    • Users, Roles, and Permissions
    • Migration Tool purpose
    • Remedy Single Sign-On
    • Navigate the Grid Manager
    • Grid Manager purpose and functions
    • Repository Manager
  • Development Studio
    • Development Studio purpose
    • Using Development Studio
    • Welcome Page and Launchpad
    • The Designer and how to design workflow processes
    • The function of the Library
    • Development Studio Help
    • Process Debugger
    • Configuring Connections
  • Operator Control Panel
    • Purpose of the Operator Control Panel
    • The Operator Control Panel User Interface
    • The Workflow Explorer pane
    • The Workflow Execution pane
    • Opening and Viewing Processes
    • Execution Controls
    • Paused and Running Processes
    • Operator Dialog
    • The Results Table