After you bind tags to resources, you can use Operation Orchestration Service (OOS) to implement automated operations and maintenance (O&M) by tag.
Enterprises have an increasing number of cloud resources. O&M is important to these resources. However, manual O&M cannot meet the requirements of enterprises. You can use OOS to implement automated O&M. OOS provides the best practices of operations as code. This allows you to create templates from manuals such as O&M guides, user guides and operation guides. Before you use OOS to implement automated O&M, you must use tags to categorize your resources from different dimensions. This way, OOS can identify the resources by tag during O&M. Therefore, the combination of the Tag service and OOS provides an optimal O&M solution for enterprises.
- You can perform automated O&M on multiple objects at a time. For example, you can start, stop, or restart multiple Elastic Compute Service (ECS) instances at a time.
- You can manage multiple tags at a time. For example, you can bind or modify multiple tags at a time.
- You can use tags as a basis to implement operation orchestration from different dimensions. If you do not want to implement automated O&M for a resource, you do not need to modify the script for the orchestration task. You only need to modify the tags bound to the resource in the Resource Management console.
- Use tags of different business dimensions to identify resources for centralized management.
- Create a template in OOS and execute the template to implement automated O&M.
The following topics describe the best practices of using OOS to implement automated O&M by tag: