Stonebranch Universal Automation Center Pros and Cons

Stonebranch Universal Automation Center Pros

Brian
Sr. System Programmer at a retailer with 1,001-5,000 employees
I can name the aliases on the agent, so if we need a passive environment for an agent, that's one of the nice features. If our primary goes down, I can bring up the passive one and I don't have to change anything in the scheduling world. It will start running from that new server.
I have found the agents to be so much simpler, when compared to ESP.
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SeniorTe1d8f
Senior Technical Analyst at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
We lean a lot on the multi-tenancy that they offer within the product, the ability to get other people to self-manage their estate, versus having a central team do all the scheduling.
When it comes to agent technology and compatibility with other vendors, from a platform perspective it was the one vendor that fit all the platforms that we have, from your old platforms - mainframe, NSK, IBM i - to the new ones, going into cloud and container
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Stonebranch Universal Automation Center Cons

Brian
Sr. System Programmer at a retailer with 1,001-5,000 employees
One hiccup we've had is due to the fact that we have other internal scheduling tools. We're able to talk to them, but we have trouble with some of the networking between them, so we're still trying to work out the kinks there.
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SeniorTe1d8f
Senior Technical Analyst at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
There is a component called the OMS, which is the message broker. We rely on infrastructure, resiliency, and availability for that piece. If that could change to be highly available just as a software component, so that we don't have to provide the high-available storage, etc. for it, that would be a plus. It would just be cheaper to run.
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