Change management plays a critical role in Workload Automation deployments
Modernized IT Operations teams apply Lifecycle Management practices to workload automation because job processes (and their dependencies) span the enterprise.
It’s critical to understand who is making changes and what is being changed.
Lifecycle Management has the same benefits for Workload Objects (like Job Definitions) as it does for code changes in Software Development.
On average, it takes organizations 6 days to run a new AutoSys job in production.
Common ACCE for AutoSys Outcomes
On average, organizations perform 19 steps to run a new AutoSys job in production.
ACCE, our flagship interface for AutoSys Workload Automation by Broadcom, rapidly migrates “jobs as code.”
ACCE validates every change. Its Health Check ensures efficiencies are identified and standards are enforced.
ACCE saves DevOps communities time by promoting polished changes to Production — the same day they’re submitted.
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ACCE Automates Change in AutoSys, which lowers the cost of ownership and simplifies life.
You Need ACCE for AutoSys When
“Every month we’re performing multiple releases and waiting on AutoSys jobs.”
“In terms of growth, I’ve been asked to leverage automation and self-service with what I’ve got.”
“Oh yeah. There’s constant back-and-forth between us and the developers.”
We were crazy enough to think we could automate everything job related. We did.
ACCE Helps With AutoSys When
“We need a way to migrate AutoSys and our code together.”
“I need to reduce job failure in AutoSys. The cost is too high.”
“I want to leverage the new stuff, but I can’t keep up with changes.”