Enterprise workload automation evolved from the mainframe to distributed servers like Unix and Windows, then to include ERP platforms as well as other operating systems. But newer application delivery models such as Cloud and IT-as-a-Service are further disrupting the space and adding complexity to the underlying infrastructure. Moving from job scheduling methodologies to advanced workload automation, IT must closely examine the exact requirements of any prospective complete workload automation solution. This brief introduces CA’s Workload Automation solutions, highlighting features, benefits, and potential ROI.
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