Powershell and the datacenter

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  • #58064

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    I have been using powershell to query AD,Exchange,Lync and Citrix. Now I have multiple scripts running all over the datacenter. I am wondering what people use to monitor powershell scripts running over multiple servers and domains.

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    Are you running them from one machine?

    You could use scheduled tasks or scheduled jobs to control. Alternatively tie them into one of the orchestration engines on the market

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    I second the orchestration sentiment to centralize the scripts. You could create a workflow to run the scripts together and send an email with results. You can do it simply with a server where all of the scheduled tasks are centralized, but personally I like the flexibility of a orchestration engine for workflows and documentation.

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    Apologies for my delay in replying. Thanks for the input. At the moment they are all running on different machines. I am looking for a solution that does not use system center as the head of the datacenter does not like the products. Any other good orchestration products for powershell?

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    Although it's close to System Center family Azure Automation's Hybrid Worker could be an option

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