Last Updated on August 2, 2021 by Admin
Which of the following are not true about Cisco UCS Director workflow templates? (Choose two.)
- They can be executed like normal workflows.
- They can be used to schedule workflows.
- They contain task names, a workflow structure, and input names.
- Some templates are predefined in the system.
- They can be used to instantiate new workflows.
Cisco Unified Computing System (UCS) Director workflow templates cannot be executed like normal workflows. In addition, workflow templates cannot be used to schedule workflows. Cisco UCS Director is a resource automation and orchestration tool. UCS Director workflows are task sequences that accept user input and then automatically perform a series of tasks to complete a complex operation. Workflow templates simplify the creation of workflows based on a set of predefined tasks and therefore cannot themselves be executed. Workflows can be executed in several ways, including by using service requests, the Execute Now action, a virtual machine (VM) Action policy, a trigger, a schedule, or the rollback feature.
Cisco UCS Director workflow templates can be used to instantiate new workflows. Workflow templates are used as blueprints to create new workflows. In addition, you can create a new workflow and then export that workflow as a template in order to create other workflows built around the same tasks.
Cisco UCS Director workflow templates contain task names, a workflow structure, and input names. Task names are literally the string names of the tasks that are to be executed in the workflow. The tasks themselves are already built into the system in which the workflow template is defined. A workflow structure defines how the tasks are connected in the series. Input names define the details about the variables that are used to store the workflow’s user input.
Some Cisco UCS Director workflow templates are predefined in the system. Predefined workflow templates can be accessed by using the Workflow Templates tab in Cisco UCS Director Orchestration.