2018-06-28T06:32:00Z

What is your primary use case for Automic Continuous Delivery Automation ?


How do you or your organization use this solution?

Please share with us so that your peers can learn from your experiences.

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Top 20LeaderboardReal User

Our primary use case is for the deployment of web service applications.

2020-04-06T08:22:00Z
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Top 10LeaderboardReal User

We primarily use the solution for job run file transfers.

2019-11-13T05:29:00Z
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Reseller

We use it to installing a complex application in a legacy world.

2018-06-28T11:31:00Z
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Real User

We use a single application and are trying to deploy it with Automic Release Automation (ARA). It works for one component, so we decided to spread the tool to all our applications and make it the status quo. Today, we are still trying to deploy more applications with this tool.

2018-06-28T11:31:00Z
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Real User

The primary use case is the implementation of software updates.

2018-06-28T06:32:00Z
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Real User

This product has been chosen for automating application releases at a bank, who is our customer. The primary reason was to increase the patterns of releases from 12 a year to more. It performed really well. The pilot application that we implemented with them at the beginning of the year has been chosen to be a level up agile methodology, and within the three months that they used from the start of the project to going live, they have done approximately 600 deployments. This would have been impossible, given their present capacities.

2018-06-28T06:32:00Z
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Real User

We deploy contained releases. This means we deploy every three months, nearly 160 applications, to our customers.

2018-06-28T06:32:00Z
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