CA AutoSys Replacement
Stonebranch Universal Automation Center (UAC) simplifies the way operational staff define and manage end-to-end business processes to achieve maximum acceleration. You should consider to Replace CA AutoSys to improve visualization of workload processes and take advantage of the most modern IT orchestration and automation platform.
Many users of CA AutoSys have recently approached Stonebranch about switching schedulers. With Stonebranch Universal Automation Center you can centrally manage and monitor the IT infrastructure, improve visualization of workload process and take advantage of the most modern IT orchestration and automation platform. Imagine having a tool that would solve your most pressing day-to-day automation challenges, imagine a superior, intuitive solution that could bring great business value
in a rapidly implemented and widely deployable automation solution. Imagine robust scheduling and event initiated workload processing, not having to understand "boxes", not having the headaches related to the "status" the job is currently at on the database. Stonebranch provides a truly universal job scheduling and workload automation platform that can be used with any of the marketed scheduling products, other third-party vendor scheduling products, and even homegrown solutions.
Eliminate the Drawbacks of your CA AutoSys Solution and Achieve Maximum Acceleration
Universal Automation Center allowed us to utilize our strained resources, in the way they exist today, while still maintaining and handling issues as they came up.
Jeff Bridges, Software Development Manager, United Supermarkets
United Supermarkets Automates 92% Without Manual Review
United Supermarkets, LLC, is a Texas-based, retail grocery chain with stores in 49 markets across north and west Texas and New Mexico. The company was using an early-generation job scheduler for more than eight years. In order to continue to grow, United Supermarkets needed more flexible and agile data processing that could enable self-service access by both technical and non-technical users.
After evaluating three alternatives United Supermarkets chose Stonebranch Universal Automation Center for several reasons. With the help of UAC’s user-friendly design, web and Java-based architecture, integration of RESTful web services API to the already existing infrastructure, automated failovers, fault-tolerance, granular security definitions and more, the IT team realized their current automation requirements can be fulfilled easily.
Moreover, Stonebranch was the only vendor who realistically estimated the “automated“ process, explaining the need for added manual resolution for exceptions. The entire transition was done in just four weeks. “Completing the transition in just four weeks is a testament to the expertise of the Stonebranch Services team. They were knowledgeable with extremely fast and thorough responses,” says Jeff Bridges, Software Development Manager.
As a result of this United Super Markets were able to automate 92% of their utilities without any need for manual review. With Universal Automation Center, United Supermarkets has achieved a number of benefits, including the reduction in processing errors, easier maintenance, maximized uptime resulting in tremendous Return on Automation.
Transition Roadmap - The Seven Steps
1. Initiate and Setup
Project definition and implementation of the architecture
Transition and definition of the change process, identification of adoptions
3. Pilot Transition
Transition process implemented, test and approval criteria define
4. Workload Transition
Data transition completed, workload-ready for inspection and testing
All defined and transitioned data inspected and approved, ready for cut-over
6. Cut-over and go-live
The existing solution is replaced, the universal command is live
7. Project Closure
Smooth transition accomplished, successful project closure