Success Story Bankia Improves WLA Environment by Replacing IBM Tivoli Agent Technology

Leading Spanish bank Bankia simplifies automation processing and cross-platform managed file transfer, and improves operational quality immediately by replacing IBM Tivoli agent technology

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The IT operations team of Bankia was facing cross-platform difficulties and challenges in handling and managing processes with the IBM Tivoli agent technology as well as growing diverse environments including z/OS, AIX, Linux, Windows and Solaris platforms. Therefore the IT team decided to evaluate alternatives that enable cross-platform business processing and perform managed file transfer between all platforms.

Results:

  • Simplified and secure processes and cross-platform file transfers
  • Improved quality of service
  • Enhanced efficiency
  • Faster deployment of new servers
  • Improvement of operational quality

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