4 votes0 comments · Automation » Migration from System Center Orchestrator · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →Eamon O'Reilly shared this idea ·
Thanks for reporting this. I just created an issue on our GitHub repository: https://github.com/azureautomation/azure-automation-ise-addon/issues/85.
I’ll follow up here as well once we have an update.Eamon O'Reilly commented
Could you update https://github.com/azureautomation/azure-automation-ise-addon/issues/85 if you are still experiencing this issue with any unique information about your account as I have not been able to reproduce this with various accounts.
Just to confirm the request, this is around having the complete SMA experience for tenants, correct? Should tenants be allowed to author their own runbooks? Or are you looking to have the admin provide runbook content for the tenants so that they can run and schedule approved runbooks?Eamon O'Reilly commented
Thanks for the feedback. SMA has a consistent service called Azure Automation that is available as a multi-tenant service in Azure today. The plan is to bring this on premises in the next release of System Center. This would then make it possible to expose automation runbooks to tenants through the Azure Pack.