The real measure of cloud transformation is an organisations ability to quickly consume the latest technology and rapidly respond to market and line of business needs.
A business transformation is incomplete without the automation of processes at both the IT and business application levels—which is why organizations today are relying on workload automation as a unifying force for IT and the business.
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Before going to market, verifying and validating the performance metrics to meet either business goals or end-user expectations is a constant challenge for any software product, especially after introducing new features.
That’s why the Workload Automation Performance Team focused on performance, scalability, and reliability of some of the new features delivered in Workload Scheduler V10.1.0.0 and V10.1.0.1, in addition to consolidating performance improvements observed with the previous releases (V9.4 and V9.5).
In this Blog , we would look at a Banking Case Study wherein we are going through the “New Client Adoption and Reverse Check” Business process which is very important process in the Banking Industry
Self-Service Catalog: a business-oriented interface to submit on-demand business flows
A new and improved version of the Self-Service Catalog is available in Workload Automation 10.1 Fix Pack 1. Now, you can launch services quickly and easily; You do not need knowledge about Workload Automation: any user can submit service requests at any time by accessing the Self-Service Catalog from any device.
Quantitative evaluation of the scalability of the Workload Automation system with a web UI front-end
This article shows an approach for the quantitative evaluation of the scalability of a system with a web UI front-end, which has been applied to the HCL Workload Automation product during the performance verification test phase.
We already talked a lot about the importance of Observability in digital business applications and how it has "replaced" the concept of Monitoring, enabling complete end-to-end visibility into business applications, systems, APIs, microservices, network, infrastructure, and more.
HWA let any user in any industry segment to automate anything and run anywhere, it’s an enterprise scheduling product which has been around for many years, it automates business flows and is most focused on back-end (non-human) automations. Virtually any task that can be scripted are able to be scheduled on HWA. Acting as a universal scheduler it interconnects automations running on legacy applications at data centers to modern workloads running on containers in cloud environments.
In this Blog , we will look at how important Business Metrics can be generated over a Flow within HWA which can then be analysed over Splunk through Attractive Dashboards and meaningful insights can be derived from them.
Recently versions of Workload Automation product are capable of seamless integrating with observability products such as Dynatrace, Instana, Datadog, Splunk and others. This is useful specially for companies that has a large operations teams which are already monitoring applications on those observability solutions.