CA Automic Applications Manager Pros and Cons

CA Automic Applications Manager Pros

Russ Schneider
IT Systems Manager at a energy/utilities company with 1,001-5,000 employees
The automated solution is the most valuable piece. Otherwise, we would have to be doing everything manually on every server.
It is really a robust product.
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Pat Richards
Database & Process Automation Administrator at a music company with 501-1,000 employees
It has improved my organization through automation of back office and infrastructure procedures, and by integrating and orchestrating key business applications spanning multiple technology stacks.
It is an object-based approach to task and process design in conjunction with conditional logic and event-based scheduling actions, which enables a build once/use often design methodology to be employed.
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CA Automic Applications Manager Cons

Russ Schneider
IT Systems Manager at a energy/utilities company with 1,001-5,000 employees
It is not really scaling per say because they are not putting much into it. They are trying to push their new product.
It has been a deprecated product, because it is so old. There has been a couple of new solutions that are a little more advanced.
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Pat Richards
Database & Process Automation Administrator at a music company with 501-1,000 employees
As a general process automation and integration tool, it has been superseded by other offerings, notably the Workload Automation suite.
The internal security model can be complex when configuring multiple user groups.
It is difficult to integrate with the Active Directory (AD).
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