Compare Automic Continuous Delivery Automation vs. UrbanCode Deploy

Automic Continuous Delivery Automation is ranked 4th in Release Automation with 7 reviews while UrbanCode Deploy is ranked 6th in Release Automation with 2 reviews. Automic Continuous Delivery Automation is rated 8.0, while UrbanCode Deploy is rated 7.0. The top reviewer of Automic Continuous Delivery Automation writes "The main benefit is you can deploy everything with it, but everybody has to need to use this tool in the organization". On the other hand, the top reviewer of UrbanCode Deploy writes "Provides a Full Overview of the Development Environment". Automic Continuous Delivery Automation is most compared with Ansible, Control-M and CA Release Automation, whereas UrbanCode Deploy is most compared with Ansible, XebiaLabs XL Deploy and Microsoft Azure DevOps.
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Pros
The event monitor is very good. You can monitor when the file is created so you can pick up the file once it's done.It is an umbrella system that allows us to integrate many different systems into our heterogeneous environment.The main benefit is you can deploy everything with it.It can support very complex environments and dependencies.It gives us good feedback on visualizations and on how our processes have progressed.The most valuable feature is the ability to see which problems have been resolved from deployment.The product provides efficiency, in terms time, cost, and resources.It provides a wonderful user interface which is easy to use.

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The most valuable feature is the snapshot functionality, which allows us to access previous versions of the artifacts.It is very easy to make a software release. It used to take us at least a couple of hours to make a release, now we went to production with a new one last night. This new release took me five minutes.

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Cons
There needs to be better error handling and error descriptions. It should be more clear what the errors are and what we can do to fix them.It would be very beneficial for us to see integrations into cloud environments, especially into the Google Cloud environment because we are heading towards cloud.There is an issue with the stability in the tool. The process of agent will stop, then the monitoring agent can't be recognized because the process is running, but you can talk with the system.If you have a technical problem and need development of the tool, the support team is terrible, because they cannot help with the technical details.At the moment, the version that we are using (version 12.0), the environment is complex with multiple installations. Therefore, the monitoring is not scalable, but this should be improved in 12.1 and 12.2.We hope that we can integrate the new CD Directive into our portfolio, so we can bring the deployment and release management closer together.The dashboard should allow you to see the current state of packages in each environment, not only on an individual application basis, but across the entire application platform.

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I would like to have the agent up and running at all times, as opposed to only while it is in the DevOps pipeline.I certainly would like to have a better way to pass information between deployment steps using UrbanCode Deploy because that's really difficult to do.

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Pricing and Cost Advice
If you have a fixed contract, it has limits to spreading out. If you have a flexible enterprise license contract, then you have a lot of scalability for this tool.I can save time and money more quickly.We increased our quality and reduced our time costs.

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The licensing fees for this solution are based on the number of servers that are being deployed and the number of agents that you have.

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out of 31 in Release Automation
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8.0
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out of 31 in Release Automation
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7.0
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Compared 40% of the time.
Also Known As
CA Continuous Delivery Automation, Automic Release Automation, Automic ONE Automation, UC4 Automation PlatformuDeploy
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Overview

Deliver apps at pace with agile development and let customer satisfaction soar. 

Today, the pressure is on to transform how you deliver applications to market. Get release agility and speed without compromising quality and stability with CA Continuous Delivery Automation. Deliver apps reliably on demand from development through production—mobile to mainframe. Agilely scale as the cadence, volume and complexity of your apps grow. It’s DevOps-ready release management and automation for your dynamic enterprise.

IBM UrbanCode Deploy orchestrates and automates the deployment of applications, middleware configuration, and database changes into development, test, and production environments—local, dedicated or shared cloud environments—accelerating time to market and reducing cost by shrinking manual efforts from days to minutes with automation, while reducing risk by cutting deployment errors by up to 90 percent.

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Sample Customers
BET365, Charter Communications, TASCAs policy, IBM does not release customer names on non-IBM web sites. However, public DevOps and UrbanCode Deploy case studies can be found here. IBM's UrbanCode Deploy customers span Small-Medium Businesses to Fortune 500 companies across all industries worldwide.
Top Industries
REVIEWERS
Financial Services Firm50%
Retailer25%
Transportation Company13%
Energy/Utilities Company13%
VISITORS READING REVIEWS
Marketing Services Firm28%
Software R&D Company15%
Comms Service Provider13%
Transportation Company7%
REVIEWERS
Financial Services Firm33%
Insurance Company22%
Healthcare Company17%
Retailer11%
VISITORS READING REVIEWS
Software R&D Company49%
Financial Services Firm20%
Comms Service Provider6%
Government5%
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