Compare IBM WebSphere BPMS vs. Operations Orchestration

IBM WebSphere BPMS is ranked 14th in Process Automation with 3 reviews while Operations Orchestration is ranked 11th in Process Automation with 1 review. IBM WebSphere BPMS is rated 6.0, while Operations Orchestration is rated 6.0. The top reviewer of IBM WebSphere BPMS writes "Standardizes and automates business processes for efficiency ". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Operations Orchestration writes "It has alacrity, but lacks ability to scale". IBM WebSphere BPMS is most compared with , whereas Operations Orchestration is most compared with Ansible, Puppet Enterprise and Control-M.
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Pros
We like the feature in which we can trace back instances.This product is flexible in its ability to integrate processes and it can be extended and integrated with other software.The UI capabilities of the solution are great. The speed of delivery is good.

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It has reduced the time taken to go to market. In the past, we were struggling with building these integrations, but now the process has sped up and there is an added advantage of quick delivery. In addition, it is an agent-less solution, which provides more flexibility in terms of multiple options.

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Cons
Sometimes there are tasks that failed without any reason.The user interface could be improved, and although integration opportunities are good, they could be improved further.The solution lacks acceptable stability.

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There were a lot of scalability issues that we initially faced. Whenever I tried to deploy 100-200 endpoints, it became a huge challenge. We had to actually start using other tools like Tivoli Endpoint Management in order to patch the issues.

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Ranking
14th
out of 32 in Process Automation
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228
Comparisons
185
Reviews
2
Average Words per Review
763
Avg. Rating
6.0
11th
out of 32 in Process Automation
Views
4,276
Comparisons
3,295
Reviews
1
Average Words per Review
381
Avg. Rating
6.0
Top Comparisons
Compared 39% of the time.
Also Known As
WebSphere BPMSMicro Focus Operations Orchestration, HPOO, HPE Operations Orchestration
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Overview
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Micro Focus Operations Orchestration is the next-generation IT Process Automation solution for those businesses who want to automate their processes, operations, and IT tasks from the data center to the cloud. This solution allows IT to focus on innovation instead of on mundane tasks, and has many business benefits, which are discussed in detail below.

Micro Focus Operations Orchestration supports multiple IT domains, such as Cloud, Virtualization, SAP Orchestration, Security Ops, and Dev/Ops.

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Sample Customers
Schahin Group, Korean Credit Card Company, Versicherungskammer Bayern, Biogrid Australia Casablanca INT, Internet Initiative Japan, Railway Information Systems, Samsung SDS, and Turkcell.
Top Industries
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REVIEWERS
Comms Service Provider25%
Financial Services Firm17%
Construction Company8%
Energy/Utilities Company8%
VISITORS READING REVIEWS
Software R&D Company53%
Comms Service Provider14%
Government5%
Marketing Services Firm3%
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