Compare IBM Cloud Automation Manager vs. VMware vRealize Automation (vRA)

IBM Cloud Automation Manager is ranked 45th in Cloud Management while VMware vRealize Automation (vRA) is ranked 2nd in Cloud Management with 77 reviews. IBM Cloud Automation Manager is rated 0, while VMware vRealize Automation (vRA) is rated 8.0. On the other hand, the top reviewer of VMware vRealize Automation (vRA) writes "Enables us to flex up or flex down the environment quickly; makes our DevOps processes more consistent". IBM Cloud Automation Manager is most compared with Red Hat CloudForms and IPsoft, whereas VMware vRealize Automation (vRA) is most compared with vCloud Director, Red Hat CloudForms and VMware vRealize Operations (vROps).
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It made the provisioning of the virtual machines easier and faster. We can react more quickly to customers' demands.A simplified version for small businesses would be good.We do plan to see ROI with any new implementation of new technologies being implemented within our environment.As far as value is concerned, it has been essential to our environment. We have been able to deploy VMs quickly and the developers have their own sandbox, so they can spin up and destroy VMs at their own will.There is confusion between licensing levels. There are three different licensed versions of vRealize Automation, and there are different things which can happen in each of them.vRealize automation really should be a front door to the whole VMware suite of products.The solution has helped to increase infrastructure, agility, speed, and provisioning in the time to market.We have seen significant ROI. We used to have physical servers, it took 90 days to get a server, order it, buy it, and get it in. We have it down to 10 minutes, building a server with virtualization, and now that's too slow. So, we let the customer do it at their speed. Therefore, it is pretty much up in a couple of minutes and they have a server.

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45th
out of 57 in Cloud Management
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155
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2nd
out of 57 in Cloud Management
Views
14,660
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8,082
Reviews
77
Average Words per Review
586
Avg. Rating
8.0
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VMware vRealize Automation, vRA, VMware DynamicOps Cloud Suite
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Overview

IBM Cloud Automation Manager is a multi-cloud, self-service management platform running on IBM Cloud Private that empowers developers and administrators to meet business demands. This platform allows you to efficiently manage and deliver services through end-to-end automation while enabling developers to build applications aligned with enterprise policies. Using IBM Watson, you can optimize your landscape within minutes. You can achieve flexibility in your hybrid IT, gain speed through self-service access and maintain control through effective, enforceable governance and intelligent insights to ensure a safe and compliant IT environment.

VMware vRealize Automation automates the delivery of personalized infrastructure, applications and custom IT services.

This cloud automation software lets you deploy across a multi-vendor hybrid cloud infrastructure, giving you both flexibility and investment protection for current and future technology choices.

Agility Through Automation

Automate the end-to-end delivery and management of infrastructure, and accelerate application deployment and releases.

Choice Through Flexibility

Provision and manage multivendor, multicloud infrastructure and applications by leveraging existing infrastructure, tools and processes.

Personalization Through Governance Policies

Ensure that users receive the right size resource or application at the appropriate service level for the jobs they need to perform.

Efficiency Through Cost Containment

Provide consistent, automated delivery and management of IT services and reduce time-consuming, manual processes. Reclaim inactive resources for reuse with automated reclamation, providing cost savings.

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Rent-a-Center, Amway, Vistra Energy, Liberty Mutual
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Financial Services Firm20%
Healthcare Company16%
Retailer10%
Comms Service Provider10%
VISITORS READING REVIEWS
Software R&D Company33%
Comms Service Provider13%
Pharma/Biotech Company11%
Financial Services Firm7%
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