Layers of Automation

Coordinate, consolidate, and centralize IT environments with an Architectural, Layered Approach to automation.

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The Problem: An Elemental ApproachElemental Approach to Automation

IT has more to manage than ever before. As a result, IT teams are striving to streamline their processes and increase efficiencies with automation. Often, automation takes the form of custom scripts or built-in scheduling components--IT finds a problem, IT solves that problem. This is an elemental approach to automation.

While an elemental type of approach may prove effective in the short term because it solves immediate problem areas, over time it becomes increasingly complex, expensive, and difficult to manage. Disparate applications, technologies, and platforms that were not designed to easily communicate with one another makes the building of end-to-end workflows, the passing of data, and the management of dependencies difficult, often requiring extensive coding.

Additionally, each tool may come with its own licensing and support costs, and each tool may require time-consuming, costly training. IT amasses collections of complex scripts and multiple scheduling and automation tools, and the automation environment becomes siloed. These silos increase complexity and costs, consequently slowing IT down with reduced efficiency.

IT teams need a more systematic, architectural way to manage the different layers of their automation.
What are Layers of Automation?
Workload Automation IT Process Automation
Business Process Automation Big Data/Hadoop Automation
Managed File Transfer Automation Application Release Automation
Infrastructure Automation And more
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Why IT Organizations Need to Take an Architectural Approach to IT Automation

Environments are becoming increasingly distributed and complex, driven by the need to improve service levels to the business. To automate the business and IT operational processes that span these complex environments, IT organizations typically rely on scripting or platform-specific tools.
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The Solution: An Architectural, Layered Approach

Architectural Approach to AutomationTo reduce complexity, organizations need to take an Architectural, Layered Approach to automation. This approach coordinates and consolidates silos of automation, providing a single point of control. To adopt an Architectural, Layered Approach to automation, IT teams need a solution that is designed for handling a multitude of automation areas and designed for changing business and IT requirements.

This approach frees IT from repetitive, time-consuming, manual tasks, and facilitates innovation, enabling IT to drive business value for the organization.

ActiveBatch IT Automation is an enterprise IT automation and job scheduling solution that takes an Architectural, Layered Approach to automation. A unified, cross-platform solution, ActiveBatch increases IT and organizational agility, reduces overall costs, and increases efficiency and reliability. This allows IT to meet the constantly changing needs of the business and keep up with the pace of digitalization in the industry.
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"Over the last 7 years, we moved 90% of all processes that need to be automated into ActiveBatch. Very easy tool to use."
- Automation Architect, Healthcare Industry

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