Selecting the Right Skills for Your SA&O Project (Part 1 of 2)

In my previous entry, I wrote about Selecting Tools for Orchestration. This multi-part article continues on the theme, focused on selecting the right skills for your project. Intro I’m going to admit something to you: I not very good at the Do-It-Yourself home project thing. I have always been more focused on the art of … Continue reading Selecting the Right Skills for Your SA&O Project (Part 1 of 2)

Using Custom Lists in Phantom Playbooks

Custom Lists are a powerful capability of the Phantom platform.  Customers typically use Custom Lists to maintain a dynamic list of items that persists on the platform. The function also commonly serves a caching mechanism to reduce overburdening a service. Custom Lists are available on-platform to playbooks and externally to third-party systems. In this blog entry, we will explore … Continue reading Using Custom Lists in Phantom Playbooks

Selecting Tools for Orchestration

“Playing in an orchestra is completely different to playing on my own. Sometimes I played, sometimes listened; instead of waiting my turn, I sometimes interrupted another player, sometimes I argued, sometimes agreed.” ― Kevin Crossley-Holland, Heartsong In my previous entry, I discussed Selecting Use Cases for Automation.  Next comes the exciting part of playbook design—technology … Continue reading Selecting Tools for Orchestration