Compare Micro Focus Release Control vs. Nolio Release Automation

Micro Focus Release Control is ranked 26th in Release Automation while Nolio Release Automation is ranked 9th in Release Automation with 2 reviews. Micro Focus Release Control is rated 0, while Nolio Release Automation is rated 8.0. On the other hand, the top reviewer of Nolio Release Automation writes "Improved our deployment speed, but it may no longer be part of CA's long-term strategy". Micro Focus Release Control is most compared with , whereas Nolio Release Automation is most compared with UrbanCode Deploy, XebiaLabs XL Deploy and Automic Continuous Delivery Automation .
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Overview

Micro Focus Release Control helps enterprises orchestrate application release with a flexible process-centric approach, giving visibility and efficiency across the deployment pipeline. This platform allows customers to unify and automate processes, increase collaboration manage release process, planning, scheduling, reporting, and approvals. Notification and reporting to all release stakeholders occur automatically, ensuring that the status of releases are communicated accurately and promptly and that there are no surprises regarding release schedules. Additionally, handoffs between development, QA, and IT Operations are streamlined and accelerated. More information here.

CA Release Automation enables you to seamlessly connect the continuous delivery ecosystem to deliver high-quality applications faster than ever before. With this enterprise-ready solution, you can accelerate and stabilize application deployments from development to test to production. Its advanced capabilities can help you plan, manage and optimize the continuous delivery pipeline to improve release quality and efficiency. With CA Release Automation, get automated, agile release management that’s ready to work in your IT world.

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GuideStone, TIAA CREF, EatonVance, D&B, Citi, Department of Health and Human Services USA, UBS, DTCC, Bp, Aflac, Ameritrade, Groupama, Credit Agricole, Lombard Odier, Telecom Italia, GreatAmerican, MUFGCA Release Automation customers include Citrix, NIIT Technologies, ING Bank, Molina Healthcare, Swisscom, Bupa and Tesco. Read case studies from customers who are igniting and advancing their continuous delivery journey with CA Release Automation.
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Financial Services Firm38%
Comms Service Provider19%
Insurance Company15%
Energy/Utilities Company8%
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Software R&D Company37%
Financial Services Firm20%
Comms Service Provider14%
Insurance Company12%
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