Automic Workload Automation Pricing and License Cost

Vinit Choudahry
Technical Consultant at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
I understand that AWA is cheaper than Control-M, but I'm not certain about the numbers. View full review »
SrProduc3570
Sr Production Control Analyst at a logistics company with 10,001+ employees
I'm really the technical guy. Pricing is not something that I deal with so I can't answer that question. View full review »
Ruairi Brennan
IT Manager at ESB
We feel that we get a good deal with the price. We recently renewed our Automic contract last year. At renewal time, it is not about looking for an alternative product, because we can't find one. Also, Automatic is heavily integrated in our organization. The cost to change would be a huge factor for us, and we have not found any other product that is better out there. View full review »
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Christine Bauder
Assistant Director of Production Services
Certain licenses can be a bit expensive. The PeopleSoft agents, in particular, are a bit pricey. We are using agent groups in our development environment which allows us to switch between the different Peoplesoft instances without having to change the host names in the jobs and without the need for multiple PS licenses. View full review »
VInce Sola
Manager, Application Administration at a leisure / travel company with 1,001-5,000 employees
The team at Automic are great with understanding your needs as a business. They are always willing to go the extra mile to make sure the solution works for you. This is not only something they do in their software but also in their licensing. View full review »
Ali Imran
Head of Branchless Banking at a financial services firm with 5,001-10,000 employees
This is a support system for us, not our core business, so we purchased this product inexpensively. Later on, we came to a very good deal, but it took us three years to finalize. We recently purchased the whole suite. View full review »
Mladen Stankovic
Systems engineer at a comms service provider with 5,001-10,000 employees
The cost of arrays is high. If you want to buy an array for an application, and see value from it, you need about half a million dollars. That is too expensive. View full review »
UnixAdmiff01
Unix Administrator at a manufacturing company with 1,001-5,000 employees
It would be good to have some dashboards that come with the package rather than it be a cost to add them on. View full review »
SystemsA7501
Systems Analyst at a tech services company
Compared to our other products, it is a good price. View full review »
Rolf-Peter Langer
Admin Developer And SAP Admin at a wholesaler/distributor
My boss says, "It is a little expensive." For example, I must pay a lot money if I need to have a DB agent. This is too expensive for us as a small company, so I use SQL *Plus. This costs us nothing. We cannot use all the functions because they are too expensive. View full review »
Michael K.
Systems Administrator at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
There are a lot of new features, but we do not use them because they are too expensive. The price point could be less. View full review »
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