Visibility and control over enterprise workloads.
AutoSys Workload Automation improves the availability of critical application workloads across the enterprise by dynamically responding to real-time business events, mapping workload processes to service level agreements, ensuring continual monitoring, and automating recovery. AutoSys Workload Automation enhances visibility and control by providing a single point of control for managing and visualizing a business process end-to-end across platforms.
- Improve availability of critical business services. Organizations need to effectively manage large volumes of complex, business-critical workloads across multiple applications and platforms. In such complex environments, a single failure can have a significant impact on an organization’s capability to deliver goods and services.
- Respond to real-time business events. Today’s on-demand business world requires real-time information processing. To compete, IT must rethink how it manages processes and jobs, and move towards real-time automation of workloads to efficiently respond to business events.
- Increase visibility and control. Without a central point of visibility and control, it is difficult to manage multi-platform and application dependencies. You cannot see potential failure points, and you are unable to document regulatory compliance—all of which compromise your ability to deliver quality services.
- Improve IT efficiency. Reducing IT costs continues to be a key requirement for organizations. At the same time, IT is expected to improve service delivery. To be more efficient, IT needs to automate routine administrative tasks and processes, and also optimize infrastructure utilization.
AutoSys Workload Automation provides end-to-end visibility of application workloads and dependencies across physical, virtualized, and multi-cloud environments. Event-based triggering, real-time alerting, and dynamic critical path management ensure the timely availability of business applications. The solution readily scales to enterprise demands by intelligently and efficiently allocating workloads based on real-time information about available computing resources and service level agreements.
Built-in role-based administration and reporting improve control and facilitate regulatory compliance. Advanced self-service capabilities allow end-users to request, monitor, and execute their own workloads.