When designing a workflow into job streams using the HCL Workload Automation solution it may happen that the entire process is not modeled as a simple pipeline and the implementation of the projected flowchart requires some branching and decision logic (IF… THEN.. ELSE…).
Using HCL Workload Automation conditional dependencies feature it’s very easy to solve this design problem, by reading this blog you will learn how to create and use conditional dependencies in many use cases.
Issuing TLS Certificates in PEM Format to be deployed automatically during the installation of HCL Workload Automation
In order to ease the deployment of custom TLS (SSL) certificates to secure the communication between each component of an IBM/HCL Workload Automation (WA) deployment, certificates in PEM (Privacy Enhanced Mail) can be made available in a folder. During the installation, they are used to create and share the KeyStores and TrustStores required for the deployment.
The Automation Hub is a showcase of HCL Workload Automation’s ability to orchestrate both IT and Business workloads.
This is the second part of the 4-part series of blogs covering how HCL Workload Automation can mimic end to end processes on insurance business side.
This would be a first of a 4-part Blog on how HCL Workload Automation can mimic End to End Processes on the Insurance Business Side.
In this First Blog (1/4), we are looking at the below process and trying to mimic it End to End via HCL Workload Automation.
In this Blog, we would go through a Complete End to End Use Case of Data Pipeline Orchestration Scenario over HCL Workload Automation where we would have data coming in from Multiple Source Systems and detection of files and processing of Source Files would take place in different Systems, post Processing, we would have the Data Transformation done via Data Staging/Transformation Platform followed by ingestion of the Transformed Data into a Data Warehouse.
Monitor and respond to unplanned event or interruption of HCL Workload Automation objects using AWS Actions action plug-in!
AWS Actions plug-in is a new EDWA action plugin to send events, that eliminates manual efforts and speeds up resolution greatly. It is a work management tool which offers functionalities to help the users to manage their work efficiently.
We’ve already discussed the importance of observability in digital business applications and how it has supplanted the concept of monitoring, enabling end-to-end visibility into business applications, systems, APIs, microservices, networks, infrastructure and more. To learn more, see HCL Workload Automation Observability for Splunk.
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.
JSON Web Token (JWT) is an open standard (RFC7519) which describes a compact and easy-to-use structure to securely connect two parties in a public or private network through a JSON object. The token can be digitally signed, for example through a public and private key pair (e.g. RSA).