- UI-based orchestration
- Ease of use of the application from anyone who is technical to completely non-tech folk
- Great visualization and consolidation of reports across the organization
We have used Release Automation for 6-7 years.
It did not scale efficiently to multiple domains for NES. Upgrades are expensive in terms of effort.
I give technical support 3/5.
Initial setup was extremely complex due to infrastructure challenges and the specs required to get this implemented.
We implemented it with an in-house team.
It’s a great tool if the developers and ops are separate and the developers do not want to spend a lot of time configuring deployments.