This series of videos acts as a reference guide and will enable you to gain a foundational understanding of the Cutover platform and its powerful functionality.
What is Cutover?
Navigating Workspaces (v3.74 and above)
Navigating Runbooks (v3.74 and above)
Downloading & Uploading Runbooks (v3.74 and above)
Creating Runbooks (v3.74 and above)
New Workflow for Templates (v3.73 and above)
Execute Runbooks and Tasks
The ways of executing a runbook and a detailed look into how to start a run and understand the settings for Runbook Admins.
A deep dive on executing tasks, including how to add comments, skip tasks and send ad hoc comms. How to Pause, cancel and complete a run. And finally, the audit log and reporting related to executing your runbooks.
Understanding Task Types
When you create a task, it is required to specify the kind of task it is. Each task type has predefined behaviors which can be used in a variety of ways depending on your use case. This video explores the different task types available in the Cutover platform, what each of them are and how they can be used in your runbook.
Multi Runbook Dashboards (v3.63 and above)
Summary of Roles and Permissions
This clip will outline the details of all available roles that can be assigned to users on the Cutover platform. Our roles are split into multiple types and and categories, within each category, there are roles that can be assigned to suit your organization structure and you can also allocate multiple roles for the same user.
Introduction to Snippets
Linked Runbooks, Part One - Plan Linked Runbooks (v3.79)
In this video we’ll explore Linked Runbooks during the planning phase:
An overview of the Linked Runbooks feature
Deepdive into how to use the New Linked Task Type along with the concept of parent and child runbooks and how it differs between runbooks and templates.
Linked Runbooks, Part Two - Execute Linked Runbooks (v3.79)
In this video we’ll explore Linked Runbooks during the execution phase:
What to expect from during a rehearsal and live run
Audit log and dashboard relates to the linked runbook feature.