Atlanta, GA | November 18, 2014 - Stonebranch, Inc., a leading provider of modern workload automation solutions announced today that it was mentioned as a representative vendor in Gartner's Market Guide for Workload Automation(1).
According to Gartner, Stonebranch's solution is "built on a modern and easy-to-integrate architecture" and "has the ability to integrate with and monitor jobs in its competitors' workload automation tools".
Integration with Stonebranch's Universal Agent revitalizes legacy scheduling solutions by providing new automation capabilities, extending your investment in your existing tool and skill set without requiring substantial change.
- Makes any job scheduler cross platform and workload automation enabled
- Provides a lower cost collaborative scheduling agent
- Simplifies your infrastructure with a single automation agent for multiple automation tasks
"We believe our inclusion as a representative vendor in the Gartner Market Guide validates why so many companies throughout the world rely on Universal Automation Center™, the core product from Stonebranch, to drive their workload automation efforts," said Dr. Detlef Purschke, Chief Operating Officer, Stonebranch.
"Our relentless pace of innovation is extending Stonebranch's lead in workload automation and empowering our global customers with the tools and capabilities required to define, manage and visualize mission-critical IT business processes."
Stonebranch recently released Universal Automation Center™ 6.1, its next-generation IT automation platform.
(1) Gartner, Inc. "Market Guide for Workload Automation" by Milind Govekar, Yurika Nagashima, September 25, 2014.
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