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Cisco Prime Service Catalog with Microsoft Orchestrator??

Has anyone integrated Cisco Prime Service Catalog with MicroSoft Orchestrator for additional automation??

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We have done some work on

We have done some work on this, System Center Orchestrator uses a lot of GUIDs for identifying runbooks (i.e. Workflows) and their parameters, so it becomes tricky synching these up. SCOrch uses a REST API, so the new capabilities for this in version 10.0 of CPSC help a lot. SCOrch does offer REST and SOAP activities to post back to CPSC, but in some of the newer releases these have behaved somewhat differently than expected.

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Post would be integrating

Post would be integrating CPSC with Cisco Process Orchestrator as they have a very tight integration. However not knowing MS Orchestrator, if it can do web service calls in both directions it would probably be a similar integration.

 

I have not heard of any customers doing this at this time.

 

--shaun

--Shaun Roberts shaurobe@cisco.com CIAC Adoption Pilot Engineering Lead
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Steria has integrated Prime

Steria has integrated Prime Service Catalog with MS Orchestrator because they are an MS shop.
 

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We have done some work on

We have done some work on this, System Center Orchestrator uses a lot of GUIDs for identifying runbooks (i.e. Workflows) and their parameters, so it becomes tricky synching these up. SCOrch uses a REST API, so the new capabilities for this in version 10.0 of CPSC help a lot. SCOrch does offer REST and SOAP activities to post back to CPSC, but in some of the newer releases these have behaved somewhat differently than expected.

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