2015-10-25 12:49:56 UTC

When evaluating Workload Automation, what aspect do you think is the most important to look for?


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99 Answers
Vendor

The simplicity of install, knowledge of technical staff when it comes to implementing a new process or migrating from older technology.

2019-07-03 15:01:45 UTC03 July 19
Vendor

centralized, cross-platform, vendor-independent, stable and scalable.

2018-11-27 11:44:23 UTC27 November 18
User

Flexibility and Cross-Platform management

2018-11-14 09:13:20 UTC14 November 18
Consultant

Flexible, with great cross platform management.

2017-07-18 14:25:51 UTC18 July 17
Vendor

ability to scale, load-balancing, stability, ease of including custom logic

2017-07-12 05:13:41 UTC12 July 17
User

Stability, also the ability to manage across platforms (ex. Windows, Linux, Tandem etc. ).

2017-06-13 12:32:24 UTC13 June 17
User

In addition to the previous answers:
- Flexibility and Agility - For better integration with existing architecture and its evolution
- Flexibility and Agility - In terms of architecture, to be able to move from one cloud to another or choose a multi-cloud strategy without editing your workload.

2017-06-12 18:19:47 UTC12 June 17
Vendor

Stable and Centralized Environment

2016-03-16 12:30:36 UTC16 March 16
Consultant

Mobility Option and Centralized Management

2015-11-24 22:55:01 UTC24 November 15
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