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Status Functionality already exists
Created by Guest
Created on Jun 15, 2023

IBM Runbook Automation (RBA) - execute runbooks against multiple targets in one API call

Why is it useful? - We have many thousands of servers where script automations are used, we'd like to hit multiple servers in one API call to execute a runbook - right now it's one API call per server (target)

Who would benefit from it? - All customers of RBA would benefit from this as it will increase the in-built functionality, and it would make automation activity more efficient

How should it work? - Perhaps a special kind of variable type called "server", where it can accept a list if you want to execute against multiple

Idea priority Medium
  • Admin
    Franco Forti
    May 14, 2024

    Hello, thank you for submitting this RFE. Upon further review, we believe we have similar functionality available today that can meet this use case. Please see documentation link below on how to call on multiple targets for runbooks actions:

    If you have additional feedback or a different use case in mind, please resubmit your RFE with any additional info or reach out to me for any questions.