Michelle LestrangeData Center Manager at a insurance company
We asked business professionals to review the solutions they use. Here are some excerpts of what they said:
"This solution is certainly not the cheapest, but we win in time."
"OpCon cost us $80,000 in 2017 money, and that included everything: support, installation, onsite assistance during the conversion, etc. It's been a worthwhile investment by far."
"Yearly, it's around $30,000."
"Our licensing is on a yearly basis."
"Our license is for 1000 jobs. Including support, the license and upgrades are 2000 euros a month."
"Yearly, we're paying about $62,000. OpCon has an all-inclusive feature and module license, but you pay per task."
"Our annual maintenance costs are $45,000. The initial cost is separate."
"On a yearly basis our cost is between $25,000 and $30,000."
OpCon is a robust and flexible platform capable of scaling up to meet the needs of clients running 140,000+ daily jobs across multiple environments and operating systems. Our proven migration framework helps clients painlessly transition from outdated or cost inefficient platforms thanks to our deep organizational expertise, REST API, and extensive library of legacy connectors. We have a variety of consulting options available for clients and offer no-cost training for the life of the contract.
A single point of control to define, monitor and manage workloads across enterprise applications.
ESP dSeries Workload Automation (formerly CA Workload Automation DE) (dSeries) delivers a user-friendly interface that helps you “manage by exception” and quickly assess downstream business impact.
Coordinate and execute Big Data jobs with cross-enterprise workflows with Workload Automation Advanced Integration for Hadoop.
Cross-enterprise Application Support
ESP dSeries Workload Automation extends automation capabilities to a wide variety of processing platforms to integrate business processing with workload management through Workload Automation Agents.
Flexible, integrated solution to meet highly complex processing needs with job scheduling, batch processor, and managed file transfer.
Flux automates batch processes into comprehensive workflows. Flux's batch job scheduling runs reports, triggers database jobs, runs Java code, executes ETL processes, transfers files, and runs command lines or shell scripts. Flux integrates batch job scheduling, managed file transfer, database queries and stored procedures, web services, and error handling to automate your batch job scheduling needs.
Automate repetitive tasks so you can focus on projects that drive your business forward. Find out how OpCon workload automation enables you to create repeatable, reliable workflows - all managed from a single platform.
ESP dSeries Workload Automation is ranked 24th in Workload Automation while Flux is ranked 17th in Workload Automation. ESP dSeries Workload Automation is rated 0.0, while Flux is rated 0.0. On the other hand, ESP dSeries Workload Automation is most compared with Control-M, whereas Flux is most compared with Ansible and Control-M.
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