Control-M Competitors and Alternatives

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CA Technologies
Real User
Senior IT Developer at a energy/utilities company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Jan 07 2018

What is most valuable?

* Reliability * Stability * Expandability: It scales well.

How has it helped my organization?

We have ended up using it as a Tier 1 application supporting other Tier 1 applications. We schedule all jobs, everything from payroll to how to move oil around the country.

What needs improvement?

A lot of what we want is going to be based on our particular solution, not for something everybody else could use at the same time. Different companies use AutoSys differently. They have different standards and different methodologies. A... more»
Real User
Project Manager at a transportation company
Jul 01 2018

What do you think of CA Continuous Delivery Automation?

Primary Use Case The primary use case is the implementation of software updates. • Improvements to My Organization We save a lot of money. We have not had so many incidents in terms of correcting the deployment. • Valuable Features We have saved on our time costs and have seen more quality. • Use of Solution One to three years. • Stability Issues Stability is good. We have no problems. • Implementation Team CA Technologies technical support implemented the software. They were helpful. • ROI We increased our quality and reduced our time costs. In the beginning, we invested 50,000 Euro in the application. We expect the return to be more. • Other Advice I am happy with the product.
Real User
Head of Batch Scheduling, Senior Vice President at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
Aug 31 2016

What is most valuable?

* Support for multiplatform workload automation in a single solution * Versatility of plan-based and event-triggered scheduling in a single solution

How has it helped my organization?

Our firm supports batch processing across many platforms from mainframe to iSeries and open systems. TWS enables consolidation of disparate workloads in a single database, removing the need for engineered interfaces between platforms and... more»

What needs improvement?

Service-level management is a challenge using native TWS facilities. TWS lacks sophisticated predictive analytics capability. The limited analytics it does offer is predicated on user-defined variables such as job run duration estimates,... more»

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